Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters posted a new teaser video on his verified Instagram page today to announce the rescheduled dates of his Summer 2022 North American Tour named ‘This Is Not A Drill.’
In the video, Roger stated that the tour will include a dozen great songs from Pink Floyd’s discography alongside a couple of new covers. Roger also stated that ‘This Is Not A Drill Tour’ will be his first-ever farewell tour and reminded his fans not to miss it.
As you may already remember, the tour was meant to be in 2021. However, because of the coronavirus measures, Roger had to postpone it several times. According to the official press release, Roger will play in 36 different avenues in both United States and Canada and the tour will begin in July 2022.
The first show of the tour will be at PPG Paints Arena, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the tour will end on October 8, 2022, in American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX. You can check out all rescheduled tour dates by clicking here.
Here is what’s written in the caption of the post:
“This is not a drill.
Rescheduled Summer 2022 North American Tour.
All Dates And Tickets At RogerWaters.Com.
This Is Not A Drill scheduled for 2020 was postponed due to the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. We are thrilled to announce these dates for the summer of 2022 while keeping in mind the safety of all parties.
Roger Waters will play 36 shows across the US and Canada starting in Pittsburgh on July 6, 2022, at the PPG Paints Arena.
Ticketholders for the previously announced 2020 tour dates will receive an email with further information. Fans are encouraged to hold onto their original tickets as they will be valid for the new 2022 dates. For any further ticketing inquiries, fans should reach out to their point of purchase.”
You can watch the video right below.