Roger Waters (co-founder of the legendary band Pink Floyd) will hit the roads this July for what could be his farewell tour. The legendary musician’s ‘This Is Not A Drill Tour’ is believed to be the last tour in his long career. So do you want to catch the rockstar performing on his last tour? From what are the Roger Waters Tour dates to how to find the best parking, we’re breaking down everything you need to know in this post.
What is This Is Not A Drill Tour?
This Is Not A Drill tour is possibly the last major tour of rock icon Roger Waters. The tour will visit 31 major cities in the United States and Canada. The tour was initially planned for 2020 but was postponed to 2022 due to Covid-19.
What are the Roger Waters tour dates?
Roger Waters will kickstart his tour from Pittsburgh on July 6, 2022. After that, the tour will visit major cities in the United States and Canada. The last performance of the ‘This Is Not A Drill’ tour will happen on October 8, 2022, in Texas.
What cities will the tour cover?
The tour will begin from Pittsburgh and cover other major cities like Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New York, Kansas City, Portland, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Austin, Dallas, etc.
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Roger Waters US tour schedule
|Date||Venue and City|
|July 6||PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh|
|July 12||TD Garden – Boston|
|July 20||MVP Arena – Albany|
|July 23||Little Caesars Arena – Detroit|
|July 26||United Center – Chicago|
|July 28||Fiserv Forum – Milwaukee|
|July 30||Target Center – Minneapolis|
|August 2||Heritage Bank Center – Cincinnati|
|August 5 and August 6||Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia|
|August 10||Nationwide Arena – Columbus|
|August 13||UBS Arena at Belmont Park – Elmont|
|August 16||Capital One Arena – Washington, D.C.|
|August 18||PNC Arena – Raleigh|
|August 20||State Farm Arena – Atlanta|
|August 23||FTX Arena – Miami|
|August 25||Amway Center – Orlando|
|August 27||Bridgestone Arena – Nashville|
|August 30 and August 31||Madison Square Garden – New York|
|September 3||T-Mobile Center – Kansas City|
|September 6||Ball Arena – Denver|
|September 8||Vivint Arena – Salt Lake City|
|September 10||Moda Center – Portland|
|September 17||Tacoma Dome – Tacoma|
|September 20||Golden 1 Center – Sacramento|
|September 23 and September 24||Chase Center – San Francisco|
|September 27 and September 28||Crypto.com Arena – Los Angeles|
|October 1||T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas|
|October 3||Gila River Arena – Glendale|
|October 6||Moody Center – Austin|
|October 8||American Airlines Center – Dallas|
What’s the Roger Wates tour 2022 setlist?
Here’s the expected setlist for the This is Not a Drill tour:
- Speak to Me
- One of These Days
- Breathe (Reprise)
- The Great Gig in the Sky
- Welcome to the Machine
- Déjà Vu
- The Last Refugee
- Picture That
- Wish You Were Here
- The Happiest Days of Our Lives
- Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2
- Another Brick in the Wall, Part 3
- Pigs (Three Different Ones)
- Us and Them
- Smell the Roses
- Brain Damage
- Comfortably Numb
Where can I buy Roger Waters show tickets?
Fans can purchase the concert ticket online on the official website. Fans who purchased the 2020 tour tickets will receive a mail regarding the rescheduled dates. The ticket price ranges from $50 to $1000.
What’s the best parking option for the Roger Waters tour?
If you are looking for the best and most affordable Roger Waters concert parking, then off-site parking is your best bet. Yes, most venues offer on-site parking, but these official lots are usually expensive and get filled quickly.
That’s why it’s best to use parking apps like Way.com and book a guaranteed parking spot in advance. On the Way.com app or website, you can find top-rated parking lots and garages for the lowest possible rates.
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