Roger Waters To Bring “The Wall” Back To The Pepsi Center

In a recent issue of Rolling Stone, Roger Waters revealed that he would be bringing his highly successful tour back to the United States next summer to play a number of markets that he missed the first time around, as well as the bigger news that he would also bringing the huge multi-media production outdoors for the first time, and that those show would be taking place stadiums in select big cities. Well, Waters has come through on his promise, as today Live Nation has announced the latest leg of the tour that will mix both arena and stadium dates.

The tour will kick off on May 1, in Houston at the Toyota Center and will run through mid-July, with stadium dates to take place at AT&T Park (5/11), Memorial Coliseum (5/19), Wrigley Field (6/8), Fenway Park (7/1), Yankee Stadium (7/6), and Citizens Bank Park (7/14). A press conference is expected to take place at Chicago’s Wrigley Field later this morning to provide further details. We do know that tickets will go on sale towards the middle of the month. Check out the full list of dates after the jump.

If you missed this tour the first time around, don’t miss this time.  It is a once in a life-time kind of spectacle.  Think everything that is awesome about a big budget Broadway show combined with everything that is awesome about a Rock show and then set that all to the soundtrack of Pink Floyd and you’ll be half way there.  Hint: Don’t shell out the big money for the tickets up close, this show is MUCH better enjoyed from the back of the arena where you can see everything that goes on.

Roger Waters – The Wall 2011

Tue May 01 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Thu May 03 – Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center
Sat May 05 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center
Mon May 07 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
Fri May 11 – San Francisco, CA – AT&T Park
Sun May 13 – San Diego, CA – Valley View Casino Center
Tue May 15 – Phoenix, AZ – US Airways
Sat May 19 – Los Angeles, CA – Memorial Coliseum (USC)
Tue May 22 – Portland, OR – Rose Garden
Thu May 24 – Seattle, WA – Key Arena
Sat May 26 – Vancouver, BC
Mon May 28 – Edmonton, AB
Thu May 31 – Winnipeg, MB
Sun Jun 03 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
Tue Jun 05 – Detroit, MI – Joe Louis Arena
Wed Jun 06 – Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena
Fri Jun 08 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field
Sun Jun 10 – Louisville, KY – KFC Center
Mon Jun 11 – Indianapolis, IN – Conseco Fieldhouse
Wed Jun 13 – Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
Fri Jun 15 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – BankAtlantic Center
Sat Jun 16 – Orlando, FL – Amway Center
Tue Jun 19 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
Thu Jun 21 – Buffalo, NY – HSBC Arena
Sat Jun 23 – Toronto, ON
Mon Jun 25 – Ottawa, ON
Tue Jun 26 – Montreal, QE
Thu Jun 28 – Albany, NY – Times Union Center
Fri Jun 29 – Hartford, CT – XL Center
Sun Jul 01 – Boston, MA- Fenway Park
Tue Jul 03- Pittsburgh, PA- Consol Energy Center
Fri Jul 06- New York, NY- Yankee Stadium
Mon Jul 09- Raleigh, NC- RBC Center
Tue Jul 10- Charlotte, NC- Time Warner Cable Arena
Thu Jul 12- Washington DC- Verizon Center
Sat Jul 14- Philadelphia, PA- Citizens Bank Park