Roger Waters at the National Stadium in Warsaw
The triumphant return to Europe in 2013 with his extraordinary aural and visual masterpiece`The Wall`.
Roger Waters, the co-founder and principal songwriter of the archetypal progressive band Pink Floyd, has announced the return of the historic production of “The Wall” to Europe in 2013. His aural and visual masterpiece of alienation and transformation will be performed in its entirety featuring a full band and state-of-the-art production. “The Wall” live has played 192 shows around the world to more than 3.3 million fans making it one of the most successful tours in rock history.
The 2013 tour will consist of 18 open air/stadium shows, to include such iconic venues as Rome Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam Arena and Berlin Olympic Stadium, etc., as well as two Oslo Telenor Arenas. Tickets for The Wall 2013 in Poland go on sale on November 16 at 10 am via www.LiveNation.pl. For details, please go to www.RogerWaters.com.
For these large open air stadiums, Roger Waters has re-designed and scaled up The Wall show to create the ultimate stadium event, bringing The Wall experience even closer to fans wherever they are sitting and making the production even more encompassing in large venues.
Roger Waters says, “I’m extremely glad to be playing The Wall in Europe again. It’s going to be a lot of fun for all of us. I’ve reworked the show to play outdoors in large stadiums. It’s really good. Even more moving, engaging, dramatic and thrilling than the Arena shows. I’ve had to rethink the whole thing about stadiums. This wide wall stadium show couldn’t have been done 40 years ago. We couldn’t have filled the space in a way that would have been emotionally, musically and theatrically satisfying. Technology has changed. Now we can.”
Waters’ first reinvented his iconic stage production of “The Wall” in 2010 utilizing modern day technological advances and special effects which have been embraced by audiences around the globe with countless sold out performances and multiple-night stands including a record-breaking 9 sold out shows at the River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina. “The Wall” remains one of the most influential albums in the history of recorded music with a profound effect on pop culture, resonating with multiple generations of music fans.
Prior to 2010, “The Wall” show was simply too large to contemplate a tour, but new arenas and advances in touring technology have solved that dilemma. Waters has updated the look and feel of the show to ensure it matches the astonishing theatrical extravaganza that The Wall’s live incarnation became so legendary for - thus allowing yet another generation to be inspired by the grandeur of the breath taking visual and aural spectacle. The 1980 original production of the “The Wall” had been performed live-in-its-entirety just 29 times during Pink Floyd’s 1980 tour in support of the album and once in Berlin in celebration of the fall of the Berlin wall.
Tickets for show in Poland at the prices of:
1310 pln - VIP
1013 pln - VIP
660 pln - field front
495 pln - field front
330 pln - field back
363 pln - tribunes
330 pln - tribunes
303 pln - tribunes
242 pln - tribunes and disabled
Go on sale November 16 at 10 am via www.LiveNation.pl, www.Eventim.pl and in outlets throughout Poland.
• www.RogerWaters.com - fan club only
November 12, 10.00 am – November 13, 3.00 pm
November 14, 10.00 am – November 15, 3.00 pm
“The best Arena show ever. Period.” - New York Post
“The Wall Live is flawless. Everyone should see it once before they die.”- Philadelphia Inquirer
“The work resonates even more strongly than before” - The Independent
“The Wall is a triumph of scale and ambition…. the pinnacle of rock achievement” The Times, London
“You certainly get a lot of bang for your bucks” - The Telegraph
“The Wall is the perfect screen for the most eye-popping, thought provoking concert animations and visual graphics I’ve ever seen.” - London Evening Standard
“It is impossible not to be impressed with this show as a sensory experience” - The Guardian
Link skrócony: www.stdn.pl/e1d12