Roger Waters Concludes The Wall Tour in Quebec City

After three years and 160 dates in 27 countries, Roger Waters massive The Wall tour concluded, for now at least, in front of over 75,000 fans this past Saturday at The Plains of Abraham in Canada’s Quebec City. For The Wall finale, Waters’ crew built an 800-foot version of The Wall, the biggest of the tour and nearly as huge as the one the former Pink Floyd bassist used in Germany 22 years ago to commemorate the falling of the Berlin Wall.

The Wall Tour has grossed more than $350 million since 2010 and has been seen by over 3 million people. Not only was it the highest grossing tour of 2010, it currently holds that honor for 2012. For a look at just how big the Quebec City Wall was, check out this just posted montage…

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