This summer, he’ll perform a number of shows in Europe, starting with an appearance at Portugal’s Rock In Rio – Lisbon festival June 2. From there, he’ll do at least 10 dates in Italy, Germany, Iceland, Turkey, Ireland, Great Britain, Norway, Greece and Denmark, staying on the road through July 16.

Waters recently moved a controversial June show in Israel from Tel Aviv to the more ethnically diverse Neve Shalom.

His touring band comprises Andy Fairweather Low andSnowy White, guitar; Dave Kilminster, guitar and vocals; Graham Broad, drums; Jon Carin, keyboards; Harry Waters, Hammond organ; Ian Ritchie, saxophone; and Katie Kissoon, P.P. Arnold and Carol Kenyon on backing vocals.

For the North American dates, Waters will to perform Dark Side Of The Moon in its entirety as the second set of each show.

No matter what’s on the set list, fans can expect a big production with lots of bangs and whistles. Pink Floyd’s giant pigs might not fly, but you can’t rule out anything during a Rogers Waters performance.