Thirty-one years have passed since the original release of Pink Floyds The Wall, yet the iconic album continues to rock generations with its timeless messages of political turmoil, darkness and isolation. See Roger WatersPink Floyds primary songwriter, vocalist and bassistperform the album live so many years later. During this tour, Waters is honoring fallen loved ones lost in war by incorporating photographs and videos submitted by fans into the shows projections, making this much more of an experience than just a concert. You can also expect to see all of the Floyd staples: floating pig, fireworks, crazy lights and props that are sure to freak you out while youre on that psychedelic trip.
Mon., Dec. 13, 8 p.m.; Tue., Dec. 14, 8 p.m., 2010