In order to properly bring his worldwide The Wall tour to an end, Roger Waters has said he plans on building "the biggest wall yet."
In a video statement, Waters declared he will do "something I've wanted to do outdoors theatrically" - he will build the biggest wall yet. Waters plans for the giant stage prop - which will be constructed and torn down during the concert - to be more than 820 feet tall. The bassist, singer and songwriter said everything about the show will be bigger, brighter and louder, with more pyrotechnics, lighting and a surround sound system that will "shake the entire site."
The concert will take place at the Fields of Abraham. The final North American leg of The Wall tour concludes at a special show in Quebec City, Canada on July 21.
by RTT Staff Writer
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