Roger Waters, co-founder of Pink Floyd, announced plans for new tour next year, “Us and Them,” starting May 26, 2017, in Kansas City and ending at Oct. 28 in Vancouver.

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His latest tour since his 2010-2013 tour “The Wall,” Waters is going to be performing a mix of Pink Floyd songs and solo work. He named the tour after a song that he wrote for the 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon. “I was listening to [the song] the other day,” he said. “There’s a line which goes, ‘With, without, and who’ll deny that’s what the fighting’s all about?’… Almost everyone will deny that ‘with/without’ is what the fighting’s all about. My contention is that it is. That’s why my new tour is going to be called ‘Us and Them.’ It’s specifically about that line.”

The international, multi-state tour will spanning a large area, from Ontario to Texas. “Seventy-five percent… old material and 25 percent will be new, but it will be all connected by a general theme,” he said. “It’ll be spectacular like all my shows have been.”

Tickets go on sale on Friday, Oct, 21.


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A list of the tour locations are listed below:

  • May 26, Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
  • May 28, Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
  • May 30, St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
  • June 1, Tulsa, OK BOK Center
  • June 3, Denver, CO Pepsi Center
  • June 7, San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose
  • June 12, Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
  • June 14, Phoenix, AZ Gila River Arena
  • June 16, Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
  • June 20, Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center
  • June 21, Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center
  • June 24, Seattle, WA Tacoma Dome
  • July 3, Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
  • TBD San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
  • July 6, Houston, TX Toyota Center
  • July 11, Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
  • July 13, Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
  • July 16, Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Center
  • July 18, Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum
  • July 20, Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
  • July 22, Chicago, IL United Center
  • July 23, Chicago, IL United Center
  • July 26, St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
  • August 2, Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
  • August 4, Washington, DC Verizon Center
  • August 8, Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
  • August 9, Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
  • Sept. 7, Newark, NJ Prudential Center
  • Sept. 11, Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
  • Sept. 12, Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
  • Sept. 15, Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum
  • Sept. 19, Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena
  • Septt. 27, Boston, MA TD Garden
  • Sept. 28, Boston, MA TD Garden
  • Oct. 2, Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
  • Oct. 3, Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
  • Oct. 6, Quebec City, QC Videotron Centre
  • Oct. 10, Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre
  • Oct. 16, Montreal, QC Bell Centre
  • TBD Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
  • Oct. 24, Edmonton, AB Rogers Place
  • Oct. 28, Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena

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