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Long time fan. Seen Roger now 5 times. The Gorge shows with Jet Flyover was the best. Desert Trip a close second. Some of his comments might be devicive to some. If your going to forget about the painful state of the world today... forget it. You will be reminded in a big way. He still can rock out like no other man of his age. The stage was a total trip with grasshoppers and other strange images. His band was tight as always.. special nod to the sax dude... unreal playing. Had front row seats but had to leave early for work... Three out of five 🤩 stars
Ted from Seattle, Washington
RODGER WATERS TACOMA DOME. 9/17/22
Right out of the gate was in your face heavy political ramble. Paid to hear some great music. No disappointment there.
P.Goode from Vancouver, British Columbia
GREAT VISAULS, POOR SOUND!
The visuals at the show were amazing and thought provoking however the sound was too bassy and distorted. We have seen Roger Waters before and were always impressed by the clarity of the sound. But not this time.... I hope there will be a movie of the concert so we can hear the vocals!
Calvin Kulas from Sacramento, California
WAR, DEATH, POVERTY
I went to the concert to see the band and hear the music. I agree with most of Rogers political views. Unfortunately the large screen showed two hours of death, war, poverty, and out of control government, a total distraction from the incredible talent on stage. I wanted to see the band which was generally in the dark, not visible and not on the screen. I am good with the musician pointing out his points of view but I went to see the band and hear the music and was very disappointed that for two hours that was not what we saw. Wasted $500, would not recommend for people who really want to see the musicians and hear of the music.
Jen from Los Angeles, California
THIS IS NOT A DRILL
The show was a sure disappointments, it was my first time PF with Roger Waters and was nothing like with David Gilmore. I hope he was better before, he is still after all Pink Floyd!
GUTY ROSAS SALAZAR from Los Angeles, California
POLITICAL SHOW IS A PROTEST
I WAS AT PINK FLOYD ROSEBOWL CONCERT,AND AT THE WALL IN COLOSSEUM IN LA ,BUT THIS ONE WAS VERY HARD TO ENJOY, MUSIC WAS GOOD SOUND, BUT WHEN YOU HAVE SCREEN THAT SHOW DEATH AND WORD PROPAGANDA I CAN'T READ AND FEEL GOOD ABOUT WHAT I HEAR . I GET THE POINT ALL HUMANITY MATTERS , HE GIVE THE SPEECH IS OK , BUT WHY I'M HERE? IS TO HEAR MUSIC HAVE A GOOD TIME I WAIT 3 YEARS AND IT WAS STREESFULL, TURN OFF THE SCREEN... IT WILL HELP , LIKE THE SONG SAYS MAYBE HE SHOULD RUN FOR PRESIDENT .
Timothy Nutter from Boston, Massachusetts
Roger has done with Pink Floyd what Ford did with Jaguar, tragic. Half-hour late, muddle sound quality, awkward stage design, bereft of guitar solos, average back-up band, and then there's Roger: preachy, morose and narcissistic.
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