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Official ticket agents Ticketmaster have just started a special offer in the days running up to Roger's pair of concerts at London's O2 Arena, in an effort to sell the final remaining tickets. They are currently offering two tickets for the price of one for Monday's show (May 19th)
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#1
if only! floyd are my all time favourite group so would love to see the creative genius that is waters. shame i live so far from london..

australian pink floyd are playing here soon so will have to make do with them, they are pretty good!
#2
Saw him play in Liverpool last night. It was a great show

Also saw the amazing Aussie Pink Floyd tribute band a few weeks ago in Sheffield. They really do PF music justice
#3
rogdog
Saw him play in Liverpool last night. It was a great show

Also saw the amazing Aussie Pink Floyd tribute band a few weeks ago in Sheffield. They really do PF music justice


me too :-D

The Liverpool gig was brilliant .............great sound , lights , effects and of course the giant Inflatable pig being flown around the arena :thumbsup:

Saw The Australian Pink Floyd at Edinburgh a couple of weeks ago.

Go and see Roger Waters though............you wont be dissapointed
#4
I was at the liverpool gig to, it was superb, deffinately a must see for any fan of floyd.
#5
I've won tickets to see this show and I'm well chuffed!:-D
#6
Great, but 2 for one seems to be a load of tosh. It wants to charge me at the standard rate of one for one, despite what it says on-screen. Not impressed.
#7
Oddfellow
Great, but 2 for one seems to be a load of tosh. It wants to charge me at the standard rate of one for one, despite what it says on-screen. Not impressed.


Tickets were about £50 or £55 remember

yeah , just checked , two seats block 102 , £55 for two ...........................bargain !!!!!!!!!!
#8
springbrucesteen
Tickets were about £50 or £55 remember

yeah , just checked , two seats block 102 , £55 for two ...........................bargain !!!!!!!!!!


That's not clear on the site at all. When something says 2 for 1, you don't expect it to show the price as a reduced amount, and if it does, this should be made clear.

What would have been a true bargain at £27 for 2 tickets has become anything but tempting.

If I lived in Greenwich, it might be worth it - just.

£20 for parking? These guys know how to make money.

Voting cold due to the misleading nature of the presentation of the deal on Ticket Master web site.
#9
bet when David Gilmour tours again they wont be doing a promo like this....'spose its the only way Roger will fill the venue
#10
torby
bet when David Gilmour tours again they wont be doing a promo like this....'spose its the only way Roger will fill the venue


Completely agree. Gilmore is the TRUE talent of Floyd. Did anyone see Waters at Live 8....embarrassing.
#11
torby
bet when David Gilmour tours again they wont be doing a promo like this....'spose its the only way Roger will fill the venue


That'll be worth £55 a ticket.
#12
voted cold- not the greatest of deals and website price is confusing. So 2 for 1 but they still want to charge £3.75 each ticket for booking fee and then they want to charge £2 so I can print out my own tickets! What a rip-off
#13
I am the most ardent of Roger Waters fan...but I now think 'ole Rog is taking the p*ss playing the O2 (& so soon after other major shows played in the UK). He's been hawking this somewhat tired show round the globe for the past 3+ years. I had the DVD of his show when it was first released about 3 years ago & watched it many, many times...then about 18 months later the show arrives in London...I was gobsmacked to find him using the same quips between songs - talk about sticking to a Formula. He had diffs filling Wemble Arena for three night - I went on the second night & was shocked at the place being half empty...so I returned on his final night & got a ticket of a tout for a fiver (I kid you not)...this got me in & I bobbed & weaved, ducked & dived to end up in the front row!)

I then saw him in Hyde Park (he had diffs then selling enough tickets as it clashed with a major England footie game!). All very pleasant, but the show is a sad shadow of the former Pink Floyd stage show - about as spectacular as it got was some stagehand lobbing an inflated helium filled spaceman on the stage - hardly rock 'n roll!

I reckon he's bit of more than chew trying to fill O2 especially after playing so many shows in the UK of late....and besides there's absolutely no way on this earth I'd ever pay the original £55 to sit in a hulking venue like o2 to watch him.
#14
just him, its not the same in my opinion. was it live earth that he played as well as obviously floyd at live8? the backing band were way to clinical and at the last one he did, not the gilmour feel but well - just notes for the sake of notes
#15
tonikeys
Completely agree. Gilmore is the TRUE talent of Floyd. Did anyone see Waters at Live 8....embarrassing.


Yeah Roger Waters just came up with all the great lyrics eh :roll:


The Dark Side Of The Moon
General Information



Release Date - March 1973

UK Chart - #2; US Chart - #1


David Gilmour - Guitar, Vocals & VCS3

Roger Waters - Bass Guitar,Vocals, VCS3 & Tape Effects

Nick Mason - Percussion & Tape Effects

Richard Wright - Keyboards Vocals & VCS3


Lyrics - Roger Waters
#16
Fair comment, but without the melody, Waters becomes just a poet....granted a good one, but check Gilmours solo stuff in comparison, listen to the Division Bell...the music never changes....as for the early stuff.....remember Syd
I have Waters Live in Cork and to be honest, the playing and singing is mediocre to say the least....not the polished performance that Gilmour gives....its almost like Roger is "cashing in" and the record companies are glad to play along..."by the way, which one is Pink?"
There's been too much water (no pun intended) under the bridge, in my opinion, that they will ever play together again...the one band I would love to have seen seen is Floyd, but thats going to have to wait 'til I get to my great gig in the sky....meantime if I can catch Gilmour on tour...thats the best I'll get....mind you, I've seen the Australian Pink Floyd...and I would go and see them again before Roger.
If you want to talk about the old Floyd music ( as being a "group" composed piece, lyrics/music) I prefer Davids performances of it over Roger...each to their own...if you go...enjoy the gig
#17
Yeah , I can agree with what your saying.
I think I looked at the Liverpool concert as a last chance to hear Dark side of the moon played live by at least one ( ex ) member of Floyd and a chance to be at a Roger Waters concert,
Having seen the ozzy floyd a few weeks ago I can say that they are very very good and in some ways better than Roger Waters gig But remember the Roger Waters gig is (well the liverpool one anyway) a "up on your feet" sing a long gig rather than a "sit and listen" pink floyd one.

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