Classic rock icon Roger Waters has yet again expanded the scope of his North American tour of “The Wall Live” with four more concerts...

Classic rock icon Roger Waters has yet again expanded the scope of his North American tour of “The Wall Live” with four more concerts on the books for fall. A press statement from tour producer Live Nation credited the latest extension to “overwhelming demand for tickets,” also adding these are the “final four” shows to be added in North America.

The addition of a September 24 show will now hold Waters in the Windy City of Chicago through four performances at the United Center. His run at Boston’s TD Garden has been pushed out to three nights with a lately unveiled October 3 concert.

Waters will also hunker down on the West Coast for a couple more shows in and around Los Angeles. After a November 29-30 stand at the city’s Staples Center, Waters will return for a December 5 show in the market. But before his triumphant LA return, he’ll be playing in a market new to the tour — Oakland, where he’s now inked for a single December 3 gig at Oracle Arena.

Ticket presales begin June 14 for the new Boston and California shows, while presales follow on June 21 in Chicago. Public onsales are lined up for June 19 in Boston, June 21 in Oakland and Los Angeles, and June 28 in Chicago.

When it comes to Waters’ previously announced tour dates, the lowest price tiers — with face values around $55 and $75 — are mostly sold out. But according to current listings on Ticketmaster.com, the higher price levels — set at $125 and $250 — do not appear to be moving as fast.

As of June 10, Ticketmaster is still showing eight-packs of floor tickets available for each of the previously announced shows in Chicago, Boston and Los Angeles. While Waters’ fan club presales limited orders to two tickets, his public onsales have allowed orders of up to eight tickets.

Despite slow sales for his highest priced tickets, Waters’ tour has generated impressive levels of interest among ticket buyers. When the first ticket sales began, Waters topped TicketNews’ exclusive event rankings for two consecutive weeks — the week ending May 9 and the week ending May 16.

In addition to his plans to stage “The Wall” once more in North America, Waters will also take the tour across Europe in spring 2011. Since announcing the overseas plans were first announced at the end of May, the international itinerary has expanded from 28 dates to 34 dates.

Details about the North American and European tours, including access to all ticket presales, are available on Waters’ official Web site.

Roger Waters – 2010 itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 15 – 16, 18Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
September 20 – 21, 23 – 24Chicago, ILUnited Center *
September 26Pittsburgh, PAConsol Energy Center
September 28Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
Sept. 30 – Oct. 1, 3Boston, 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 3Oakland, CAOracle Arena *
December 5Los Angeles, CAStaples Center *
December 6, 8San Jose, CAHP Pavilion
December 10Vancouver, BCGeneral Motors Place
December 11Tacoma, WATacoma Dome
December 13 – 14Anaheim, CAHonda Center
December 18 – 19, 21Mexico City, MEXPalacio Deportes

* recently added dates

Roger Waters – 2011 itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

March 21Lisbon, PORAtlantico Pavilion
March 25Madrid, SPAPalacio de Deportes
March 29Barcelona, SPAPalau Sant Jordi
April 1-2, 4Assago, ITAMediolanum Forum
April 8 – 9Arnhem, NETGelredome
April 12Budapest, HUNSports Arena
April 15Prague, CEHO2 Arena
April 18Lodz, POLAtlas Arena
April 23Moscow, RUSOlympiski
April 25St. Petersburg, RUSSKK Arena
April 27Helsinki, FINHartwall Arena
April 30Fornebu, NORTelenor Arena
May 4Stockholm, SWEEricsson Globe
May 7Copenhagen, DENParken Stadium
May 11-12, 14 – 15, 17London, ENGO2 Arena
May 20 – 21Manchester, ENGManchester Evening News Arena
May 23Dublin, IREO2 Arena
May 27 – 28Antwerp, BELSportspaleis
May 30Paris, FRAPalais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
June 3Mannheim, GERSAP Arena
June 6 – 7Zurich, SWIHallenstadion
June 10Hamburg, GERO2 World Hamburg
June 15Berlin, GERO2 Arena
June 18Düsseldorf, GEREsprit Arena