Columbia Recording artist and Pink Floyd founder Roger Waters toured the United States for the first time in 12 years. Waters' "In The Flesh" tour opened in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on July 23, 1999 (see itinerary below), and is the rock legend's first tour, anywhere in the world, since the 1987 "Radio K.A.O.S." trek. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer last performed live, in 1993, for Don Henley at the concert for Walden Woods.
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Below is Roger Waters' "In The Flesh" Tour 1999 Itinerary. Following each date you'll find:
- links to the venues (check here for seating charts and directions to the venue)
- additional links to seating charts and directions to the venues
- CLICK HERE for Expediamaps - a good place to get maps and driving directions.
- pre-concert meeting places
- post concert meeting places
- hotels that are close or conveniently located
- lists of other people who attended the shows
In order to simplify this page (and reduce load time), I have moved the information regarding shows that have already been performed to a separate page. The new website with the all information relating to completed shows is called Met Me In the Flesh.
This page is maintained by Scott 'donkyFliP' Johnston.
The information on this page was last updated on:
Friday, December 17, 1999 1:21:43 PM
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The Meet Me in the Flesh 2000 has been constructed for Roger's Summer 2000 tour. If you liked last year's Meet Me in the Flesh website, then you will love the new improved 2000 version. More maps, better venue information, more information about motels and hotels, as well as dynamic message boards for each show. Leave a message about gathers, places to eat, sites to see, whatever... So come check out the new Meet Me in the Flesh 2000 website. You will be glad you did.
Material for Waters' shows presents a full cross-section of his music drawing primarily from the repertoire of songs penned for Pink Floyd as well as selections culled from his solo albums including "Amused To Death." Waters cofounded the groundbreaking Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett in 1966 and became the group's sonic architect upon Barrett's departure, creating such undeniable classics as "The Dark Side Of The Moon," "The Wall," "Animals," "Wish You Were Here," and "Final Cut."
Roger Waters (guitar, vocals, and bass) is touring with a full band of top-flight musicians featuring Snowy White (guitar), Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar), Doyle Bramhall II (guitar and vocals), Graham Broad (drums), Jon Carin (keyboards and vocals) P. P. Arnold (backing vocals) and Katie Kissoon (backing vocals).
For more information about the In the Flesh tour, check out these websites:
- waterstour.cjb.net Read and post reviews of the shows here! ! !
Go to the Ultimate Band List's website for more information on Roger Waters.