Roger Waters Announces 2022 Dates For Postponed Tour


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You can add Roger Waters to the list of artists bumping their 2020 tour plans all the way to 2022. The former Pink Floyd frontman has announced new dates for his ‘This Is Not A Drill’ tour, originally scheduled for 2020. The 36-date North American swing will make a stop in San Francisco on September 23rd and 24th. Tickets purchased for the original tour are still valid, and details are here.

Waters has jokingly referred to the tour as his “first farewell tour”.  The show will be performed ‘in the round’ with a mix of new tracks and songs from Pink Floyd’s ‘golden era’.

 

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