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PHOTO GALLERY: Roger Waters performs ‘The Wall’ at Tacoma Dome

Posted December 14th, 2010 by genestout

Roger Waters brought his spectacular, pyrotechnics-infused production of “The Wall” to the Tacoma Dome Saturday night, Dec. 11, to the delight of thousands of longtime Pink Floyd fans.

Roger Waters in Tacoma (photo: Mike Savoia)

Roger Waters in Tacoma (photo: Mike Savoia)

Waters’ magnum opus drew a multi-generational crowd of fans who sang along to the many songs that make up one of rock’s masterpieces.

Stage at Waters' concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

Stage at Waters' concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

The band included guitarist Snowy White, keyboardist Jon Carin (a veteran of Pink Floyd and Waters tours) and vocalist Robbie Wycoff, performing Pink Floyd member David Gilmour’s vocal parts. Also featured was G. E. Smith, a former lead guitarist for Hall & Oates and musical director of “Saturday Night Live.”

Prop at Waters' concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

Prop at Waters' concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

Read more about the tour and the 2010 staging of “The Wall” by visiting Water’s Web site here.

Photo wall at Waters concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

Photo wall at Waters concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

Seattle photographer Mike Savoia shot the photos in this post, capturing the action on stage in his unique style. Visit Savoia’s Web site here.

Roger Waters concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

Roger Waters concert (photo: Mike Savoia)

The setlist appears below.

Pyrotechnics at Waters' show (photo: Mike Savoia)

Pyrotechnics at Waters' show (photo: Mike Savoia)

Did you attend the concert? Let me know what you thought in the comments section below.

Kids who appeared in the show (photo: Mike Savoia)

Kids who appeared in the show (photo: Mike Savoia)


One Response to: “PHOTO GALLERY: Roger Waters performs ‘The Wall’ at Tacoma Dome”

  1. Rocky responds:
    Posted: April 3rd, 2011 at 11:52 am

    I have to say I was very disapointed in the show. It seemed he was lipsynching to most of the 2nd half of the show and from where I was sitting we could see a large table with several people sitting backstage - that alone ruined the entire set. Also at the end of the show the lights came up bright, he introducted the band and immediately techs were on stage tearing it down. Couldn’t they have at least waited until the crowd started exiting ?
    All in all it wasn’t worth the trip from Seattle in the pouring rain,and the money spent on the tickets.


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