Roger Waters Adds European Plays

Pink Floyd founder Roger Waters is on the road throughout 2018, and he has added new dates to his European trek, which now runs through spring and summer.

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Roger Waters’ “Us + Them Tour” makes a stop at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., July 11.

There are plenty of two-night stands in the routing, including the first European dates at

Tickets to many European plays are already on sale and most remaining dates go on sale Oct. 6.  Kuanas, Lithuania and Dublin go on sale Oct. 12.

Waters is also booked to play Australia and New Zealand in January and February, with double-doses planned in Auckland, N.Z., and Melbourne, Australia.

The former Floyd bassist completed a lengthy run of U.S. dates and is now in the middle of a full-fledged Canadian tour, whose next stop is in Quebec City, Quebec Oct. 6-7.

The show will feature hits from Pink Floyd’s extensive catalog. Waters also has a new album, titled Is This The Life We Really Want?, available now.

Waters makes no bones about his political views, and he has recently gotten into exchanges with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke in the media and faced criticism from pro-Israel activists for his shows.

Controversy aside, Waters is doing big business in North America. He is averaging 96 percent of available tickets sold in 2017, grossing at least $1 million for each show. He was ranked eighth on Pollstar’s Global Concert Pulse chart for the week of Oct. 9.

For the all things Roger Waters tour-related, check out his Pollstar artist page.