Manchester M.E.N. Stadium
For part one, see here.
Shortly after the intermission, Pink appeared in a little hole in The Wall, apparently relaxing in a cosy domestic setting.
'Comfortably Numb' brought forth a harmony singer at the top of The Wall. The rest of the band were still playing all out behind the bricks, creating a very unusual impression.
Not a bit of it. By now, his ego is set to maximum and he reinvents himself as a ruthless fascist dictator.
Following a period of surreal images and scenes, the trial of Pink ends with The Wall tumbling down around him as he is reunited with the audience and the world around.
Roger Waters stressed several times how very happy he was to be in front of such a large crowd, acknowledging he had changed since the earlier era of The Wall.
Everyone had worked very hard throughout the evening. Roger's voice was in very good shape and the band were on great form.
For future tour dates, pop along to the Roger Waters website. There's also some great video footage of a special guest appearance by Dave Gilmour and Nick Mason at an earlier show at London's O2 arena.
This is the end of my pictorial report, but there will be another post regarding the experience at a later date.
Coming next: a return trip to Manchester to see the fabulous Emmylou Harris. Stay tuned...