Roger Waters is relaunching The Wall Live Tour in North America next year. And, as expected, the summer 2012 trek includes at least one...

Roger Waters is relaunching The Wall Live Tour in North America next year. And, as expected, the summer 2012 trek includes at least one previously speculated outdoor staging.

The Wall Live Tour launches its next left on May 1 at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX. Nearly 40 concerts are confirmed on the itinerary, which concludes with a July 14 performance at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA.

Waters will also perform on May 7 at Pepsi Center in Denver, CO; June 23 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, ON; and July 12 at Verizon Center in Washington, DC. But the most highly publicized concert on the calendar may be Waters’ June 8 stop at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL.

For some time, reports had been swirling in the Windy City about a potential stop at the famed ballpark, which is home to the Chicago Cubs.

In a September interview with Rolling Stone, Waters named the venue as one of several where he tested a new outdoor set-up for his staging of Pink Floyd’s “The Wall.” And the other venues name-dropped by Waters in that report? Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium — both located in cities (Boston and New York City) where venue announcements are still forthcoming for the tour.

In those markets where all details are confirmed, the first public onsales are slated to begin November 14. According to LiveNation.com listings, the average price range is $55 to $200 (before fees), though prices go as low as $29 and as high as $250 in select markets.

Prices are similar to those for Waters’ first North American tour for The Wall Live, which he announced in April 2010 and launched in September 2010.

Demand was high on the secondary market for tickets to see The Wall Live 2010. Sales were strong enough to place Waters on TicketNews’ exclusive Top Events rankings from April through December 2010.

Roger Waters – The Wall Live itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

May 1 Houston, TX Toyota Center
May 3 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
May 5 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
May 7 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
May 11 San Francisco, CA AT&T Park
May 13 San Diego, CA Valley View Casino Center
May 15 Phoenix, AZ U.S. Airways Center
May 19 Los Angeles, CA TBA
May 22 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
May 24 Seattle, WA KeyArena at Seattle Center
May 26 Vancouver, BC BC Place
May 28 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
May 31 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
June 3 Saint Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
June 5 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
June 6 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
June 8 Chicago, IL Wrigley Field
June 10 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
June 11 Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
June 13 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
June 15 Sunrise, FL BankAtlantic Center
June 16 Orlando, FL Amway Center
June 19 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
June 21 Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center
June 23 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
June 25 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place
June 26 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
June 28 Albany, NY Times Union Center
June 29 Hartford, CT XL Center
July 1 Boston, MA TBA
July 3 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center
July 6 New York, NY TBA
July 9 Raleigh, NC RBC Center
July 10 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena
July 12 Washington, DC Verizon Center
July 14 Philadelphia, PA Citizens Bank Park