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Roger Waters adds second Winnipeg show

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The wall will come down twice in Winnipeg.

Roger Waters has added a second Winnipeg show to his North American tour after the first date on May 31 sold out. The former Pink Floyd bassist-vocalist will stick around for another night and perform the band's entire 1979 concept album, The Wall, at the MTS Centre again on June 1. Tickets for the new date go on sale on Monday, Nov. 28 for $57.75 to $212.25 at Ticketmaster.

The two-act multi-media concert features actors, animation and an entire wall being built in front of the band. Waters has toured the show in North America and Europe. Next year he will travel to Australia, New Zealand and South America before returning to Canada and the United States.

Pink Floyd and its record label EMI recently kicked off the Why Pink Floyd...? campaign that includes a box set featuring all the band's albums along with expanded editions of Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here and The Wall.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 19, 2011 G2

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