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Roger Waters Philadelphia Tickets for The Wall Tour
Experience The Wall Live in Philly! Fans are searching for Roger Waters Philadelphia tickets with Pink Floyd’s principle songwriter returning his colossal concert tour to the City of Brotherly Love. Roger Waters will soon be performing tracks like “Mother” and “Another Brick in the Wall” at Citizen Bank Park, the home of the Philadelphia Phillies. One of the most successful concert tours in recent memory, The Wall Live incorporates state-of-the-art lighting, daring stage theatrics, and cutting-edge video projections into a moving rock concert. Vivid Seats has a terrific selection of Roger Waters Citizens Bank Park tickets available right now so don’t delay securing your seats.
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In what will likely be the concert event of the summer in Philadelphia, Roger Waters has announced that he will be bringing The Wall Live to Citizens Bank Park on Saturday, July 14th. Waters’ show in Philly will be the last stop on The Wall Live’s 36-date tour of the United States and Canada. 2012 Roger Waters Citizen Bank Park tickets will go on sale on November 7th for the show. The seven-year-old ballpark has previously welcomed the likes of Elton John, Bon Jovi, The Police, and Jimmy Buffett previously. One of the most famous songs from Pink Floyd’s all-time great album, The Wall, actually found its origins in Philadelphia. Waters was first inspired to write “Comfortably Numb” after taking medication for a stomach ailment before a concert at The Spectrum. Check out Waters below jamming on his signature track back in 1990 near the site of the Berlin Wall with Van Morrison on backing vocals.