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I love Roger and I LOVE Pink Floyd's music, however, Roger is WAY over-the-top with his politics and messaging on this tour. The last tour I saw him (2017?) had a decent amount but you got a break and the show was amazing. He's gone over the deep end now. Maybe COVID lockdown gave him too much time to think. Nevertheless, it was nonstop bombardment during the entire concert to the point that I realized I barely watched the band or really soaked in the songs because I was so busy keeping up with all of the reading and watching of the screens we had to do. We get it, the rich get richer and the poor get screwed. Politicians are pigs and war is an ugly machine. But just a few of those messages sprinkled here and there would've sufficed. And does he realize the irony of him selling us tee shirts for $60 and sweatshirts for $100 and then complaining about corporate pigs and the elite?!?! I'm pretty sure Roger is a multi-millionaire with a house in Manhattan and the Hamptons. Regular people are exhausted from COVID, inflation and everything else in today's world. Can't we just go to a concert to escape everything, have a good time and enjoy the incredible music created by Pink Floyd!?!? Guess not. This show is the last time I'll go see Roger.
Glen H from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Maybe I am being over critical but being I had bought these tickets 2 years ago and couldn't get a refund due to an eventual reschedule I expected to get a royal treatment from Roger and the band... The music was as expected but the light show that had been hyped by many friends and family who had been to his concerts in the past was non existent... About the only light show was the spotlight on Roger. I was at a Concert in Detroit on 8-2-22 and Need to Breathe the opening act had a more impressive light show... I think Roger is to absorbed with bashing everyone else than remembering why people are going to his concerts, Remember Roger your there as an entertainer/performer we waited two years for this show a little effort would have been appreciated 🤔
Mike from Cincinnati, Ohio
EHH...PRETTY MUCH WHAT I EXPECTED, BUT I WENT ANYWAY.
I appreciate Roger Waters for who and what he was as a contributing member of Pink Floyd and that's why I went to his show on 08/02/22 in Cincinnati. In all honesty, I swear he was lip-syncing some vocals, he was over theatrical during songs when he wasn't playing or singing, and you've probably heard it or thought it yourself a million time...his BS left wing agenda was way over the top and rammed down our throats all night. Bottom line....a guy worth $310M was preaching all night about humanity, inequality, and white privilege. Give it a rest Rog and sing your damn songs. I just wish David Gilmore was touring. Speaking of David Gilmore...throughout the show Roger was showing various pics of the old band, and those pics all included Syd and I don't think I saw a single pic of Dave. Too funny/petty.
If you don't agree with my opinion...good for you and I don't give a rats ass either way.
(Save your money to see Brit Floyd if you have a chance)
D lutz from Atlanta, Georgia
REPORTING “LIVE! : THE VIEW” , OR MSNBC , OR RW
The best concert I’ve ever been to within 2017 Roger Waters — audio visual amazing. So excited when he rebooked in 2020, planned a trip to drive eight hours to go watch a show in Atlanta. Then Covid Pushed our show to Saturday, and Atlanta. What a sad man. He is an SJW scraping millions off his minions living in mommies basement. He wants to make everything better, unearths the underbelly of every zit on the planet, yet offers no alternative. Just a great big bitch session. He’s an unhappy person. I wish he had a puppy that liked him. Mine would not.
Dan from Orlando, Florida
8.25.2022 DAN FROM ALTAMONTE
The show was way too political, hard to watch, Pink Floyd music should not be slammed by worldly events....to create a show on the pains of others....wow.
Greg from Louisville, Ohio
GREAT MUSIC, BAD SHOW
I really enjoyed the music, but I did not go there for or anticipate the politics.
The music was very good, but the show was actually bad. I kept trying to focus on the band and the music and trying to ignore the propaganda on the screen that was shown for most of the show.
Bob Smart from Kansas City, Missouri
ENJOYING HIS MUSIC IS UNACCEPTABLE
In a world where we are constantly bombarded with political agendas it would be amazing to take a break and “go to the show”. Unfortunately despite his amazing musical talent you cannot as the barrage of agenda it forced upon you. Paying that much money to be a captive audience…. It was my sons first concert ever, one that I was excited for. To say your first concert was essentially Pink Floyd!, we left early. I don’t bury my head in the sand but on occasion it’s nice to take a break and go to the show, unfortunately that will no longer be an option.
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