Classic rock fans who get their hands on Roger Waters tickets this fall will have the opportunity to experience the classic Pink Floyd album "The Wall" in a completely new fashion. The Pink Floyd bassist and chief lyrcist hasn't performed the album in full for twenty years, but decided that it was the right time to revist the 1979 release. The last time Roger Waters played "The Wall" in its entirity was at his historic concert in Berlin around the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1990. Only three other albums have sold more copies in the United States than "The Wall". Thirty plus years after its creation, the record still sells a significant amount of copies a year around the world.
Waters toured from 2006-2008 highlighting the band's other classic album, "The Dark Side of the Moon", to fans' delight. The Wall Tour will kick off in Toronto on September 15th before stopping in US cities like Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and New York. The 37-date tour will wrap up in December, but there is expected to be European dates announced as well. Waters has even hinted at that this might be one of his last tours ever, so Pink Floyd fans will want to make sure they see him on The Wall Tour this year.