Nov 1, 2011, 12:11 PM EST
Have you ever said to yourself, “Man, I wish I could have seen Pink Floyd perform Echoes live at Pompeii?“
Well, Citizens Bank Park is a venue roughly 2,000 years newer than the Amphitheatre of Pompeii, and Roger Waters is only one member of Pink Floyd, and “Echoes” obviously isn’t on “The Wall,” but you can still see Roger Waters outdoors in South Philly next summer!
The Daily News’ Dan Gross passes along the info that Roger Waters will perform “The Wall” on July 14th at Citizens Bank Park.
You may recall Waters was in Philly last November performing the same album. The stage setup is quite a sight to behold. Should make for a wild visual in Citizens Bank Park, assuming he uses the same/similar setup.
Tickets go on sale Monday via ComcastTix.com
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