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Roger Waters: The Dark Side Of The Moon Redux

Roger Waters will perform The Dark Side of the Moon Redux at London Palladium. Tickets on sale now.

Roger Waters will perform his remake of Pink Floyd’s seminal masterpiece ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ at a one-off concert this autumn.

Roger Waters recently announced that he will release ‘The Dark Side of the Moon Redux’ on Friday 6th October 2023 and he shared his reimagining of album track ‘Money.’

Two days after its release, Roger Waters will perform the album in its entirety at London Palladium on Sunday 8th October, with an extra date of 9th October now added.

Tickets to the 2,286-capacity gig are on sale now.

Joining Waters on stage will be Gus Seyffert (bass), Joey Waronker (drums), Jonathan Wilson (guitars), Johnny Shepherd (organ), Via Mardot (theremin), Azniv Korkejian (vocals), Gabe Noel (strings), Jon Carin (keyboards) and Robert Walter (piano).

The show will be designed by Sean Evans, Waters long time Creative Director.

Roger Waters said: “We’re going to do it live at the London Palladium, in October…we look forward to that…hopefully performing it live on other occasions in the future”.