Roger Waters and “The Wall” return to Denver’s Pepsi Center on MondayBy John Hendrickson | May 4th, 2012 | No Comments »
Roger Waters’ live interpretation of the seminal Pink Floyd album, “The Wall,” has been hailed as one of the best large-scale tours of the past decade (more enthralling than even stadium-hoppers U2). Waters last played Denver’s Pepsi Center on Nov. 23, 2010 and will return on Monday for another sold out show. Of the 2010 performance, Reverb writer Candace Horgan said: “The spectacle part of the show ranged from a series of sparklers shot from above to mimic an airplane firing bullets, to the giant, menacing puppets of the teacher and a woman that resembled a praying mantis.” Stuff your pockets with cash and try your luck outside the Pepsi Center — this one’s worth it.
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