Even since the ‘70s as a member of Pink Floyd, Roger Waters has pushed the boundaries when it comes to live shows, turning his concerts into spectacles and engagements that overload the senses. It’s not only that his music with Pink Floyd was classic in every sense of the word, but also the fact that he pulls out every conceivable concert stop: Pyro and fireworks, surround sound (a trick he perfected way back in the ‘60s that is still surprising today), costumes, props, lasers, recreations of the Battersea Power Station made famous from the Animals cover art. And then there’s the floating pig. Check out his best concert spectacles below.
Roger Waters is going on an arena tour in 2017 in support of his new album (his first in 25 years). Take a look at all of the upcoming dates here.
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