Iconic musician Roger Waters has a dozen new dates on the books for The Wall Live Tour, launching in North America this fall. The...

Iconic musician Roger Waters has a dozen new dates on the books for The Wall Live Tour, launching in North America this fall. The extended itinerary, which includes second and third nights in select markets, was announced on May 10 as initial public onsales opened across the nation.

Waters’ calendar now features 48 performance dates, beginning with an expanded three-night run on September 15, 16 and 18 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON. The North American leg of the tour ends with another newly extended stand on December 13 and14 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA.

Second and third concerts are also on the books in Chicago, IL; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Uniondale, NY; Montreal, QC; East Rutherford, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Sunrise, FL; Los Angeles, CA; and San Jose, CA. An updated itinerary for The Wall Live Tour is listed below. Additional details for individual concert dates are available on Waters’ official Web site.

Public onsales for most new concert dates started on May 10 shortly after they were announced. A May 14 onsale is scheduled for the third show at Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, and the next round of sales begins May 17 in Chicago, Los Angeles and Anaheim.

In early May, Waters first announced his plans to stage a 30th anniversary tour for Pink Floyd’s classic album “The Wall”. The upcoming venture will feature cover-to-cover performances of the album, accompanied by a revamped multimedia staging.

Tour presales began last week, with access to the sales decided by lottery. Individuals selected in the lottery could order a maximum of two “non-transferable, non-reusable” tickets during the presale.

Each market’s presale ticket options were divided into two price tiers, with each tier covering multiple floor and lower level seating sections. While buyers are assured seats within their selected presale price tier, exact seat locations will only be revealed when the ducats are distributed at Will Call on the night of the show. (The public sales allow various ticket delivery options and reveal the exact seat location.)

Despite these ticketing restrictions, there was still ample demand for tickets, according to e-mail tour announcements sent over the past week. For example, Waters’ team sent a notification on May 8 that New York City presales had sold-out and were therefore closed, but hinted, “Should a second performance in New York City, NY, be announced, we will let you know.”

Roger Waters itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 15 – 16, 18Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre *
September 20 – 21, 23Chicago, ILUnited Center *
September 26Pittsburgh, PAConsol Energy Center
September 28Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
Sept. 30 – Oct. 1Boston, MATD Garden *
October 5 – 6New York, NYMadison Square Garden *
October 8Buffalo, NYHSBC Arena
October 10Washington, DCVerizon Center
October 12 – 13Uniondale, NYNassau Coliseum *
October 15Hartford, CTXL Center
October 17Ottawa, ONScotiaBank Place
October 19 – 20Montreal, QCBell Centre *
October 22Columbus, OHSchottenstein Center
October 24Auburn Hills, MIPalace of Auburn Hills
October 26Omaha, NEQwest Center
October 27St. Paul, MNXcel Energy Center
October 29St. Louis, MOScottrade Center
October 30Kansas City, MOSprint Center
November 3 – 4East Rutherford, NJIzod Center *
November 8 – 9, 11Philadelphia, PAWachovia Center *
November 13 – 14Sunrise, FLBank Atlantic Center *
November 16Tampa, FLSt. Pete Times Forum
November 18Atlanta, GAPhilips Arena
November 20Houston, TXToyota Center
November 21Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center
November 23Denver, COPepsi Center
November 26Las Vegas, NVMGM Grand Garden Arena
November 27Phoenix, AZUS Airways Center
November 29 – 30Los Angeles, CAStaples Center *
December 6, 8San Jose, CAHP Pavilion *
December 10Vancouver, BCGeneral Motors Place
December 11Tacoma, WATacoma Dome
December 13 – 14Anaheim, CAHonda Center *

* recently added performance dates