Roger Waters, long the most prominent milker of Pink Floyd's catalog—a privilege that comes with being the primary writer of most of the band's songs—returns to New York for another performance of his most recent stage extravaganza based on his legendary LP/movie exercise, The Wall. The material has stood the test of time, but equally important is the new humanity and humility that Waters brings out in this latest iteration.
Roger Waters: The Wall Live
|Venue name:||Yankee Stadium||Contact:|
1 E 161st St
|Cross street:||between Jerome and River Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, 4 to 161st St–Yankee Stadium|
|Price:||July 6 sold out; July 7 $34.50–$254.50|