Ex-Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters will take America on another mystic trip this spring, with a fantastic value-for-money show that includes two whole sets...

Ex-Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters will take America on another mystic trip this spring, with a fantastic value-for-money show that includes two whole sets complete with customary light shows and other wild visual effects. In the first set, Waters will present a visual-audio panorama of his noted musical career, combining Pink Floyd and solo material to tell the story of his gifted personal voyage as an artist. The second set will be the amazing “Dark Side of the Moon” album in its entirety, with a multi-talented band onstage playing guitars, drums, saxophones and Hammond organ, and featuring several backing vocalists.

May 2007 dates include: 18 May, West Palm Beach, FL Sound Advice Amphitheatre; 19 May, Tampa, FL Ford Amphitheater; 22 May, Atlanta, GA Philips Arena; 24 May, East Rutherford, NJ Continental Airlines Arena; 30 May, New York, NY Madison Square Garden.

June 2007 dates include: 1 June, Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center; 4 June, Ottawa, Ontario Scotiabank Place; 6 June, Quebec City, Quebec Colisee Arena; 7 June, Montreal, Quebec Bell Centre; 9 June, Chicago, IL United Center; 13 June, Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl; 15 June, Irvine, CA Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre; 16 June, Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena; 19 June, Oakland, CA McAfee Coliseum; 21 June, Vancouver, British Columbia GM Place; 23 June, Calgary, Alberta Saddle Dome; 24 June, Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place; 27 June, Winnipeg, Manitoba MTS Centre; 29 June, Omaha, NE Civic Center; 30 June, St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center.

July 2007 dates include: 2 July, Milwaukee, WI Marcus Amphitheatre; 9 July, Boston, MA Fleet Center; 13 July, Hartford, CT The Meadows; 14 July, Toronto, Ontario Rogers Centre.

Waters co-wrote some of the songs on the band’s first album with Madcap Syd Barrett, and went on to become the band’s primary songwriter as Pink Floyd entered the classic phase of their artistic evolution. This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity whether you saw the 2006 shows or not. Tickets are expected to move rapidly as the dates approach.