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[VIDEO] Roger Waters Thrills 20,000 In Split

More than 20,000 people left Poljud Stadium in the Dalmatian city of Split last night enthralled after a superb performance by former Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters.

Waters was in Croatia with his audiovisual spectacular The Wall live concert tour. The Wall Live is the first time the Pink Floyd album The Wall has been performed in its entirety by the band or any of its former members since Waters performed the album live in Berlin on 21 July 1990. The touring version of Pink Floyd’s The Wall is one of the most ambitious and complex rock shows ever staged. It is estimated that the tour cost £37 million ($60M) to stage. The first leg of the tour grossed in North America over $89.5 million from 56 concerts. It was the second highest grossing concert tour in North America in 2010 and the 6th worldwide.

Check out scenes from Waters rendition of ‘Another brick in the wall’ from last night’s concert below.

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