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Roger Waters In The Flesh

World Tour 2002

The 2002 world is over. It brought Roger Waters and band to most corners of the world including South Africa, South America, Japan, Korea, Australia, India, Russia and Europe. See the tour dates below.

New song introduced

A new song Flickering Flame was played at the first gig in South Africa on February 27th 2002. Read a review from this concert on: Independent Online.

Related pages:

Danish Newspaper add     Roger Waters Links to photographer

The band

Line up for the 2002 tour

There has been a few changes in the line up since the US tour. Doyle Bramhall, Jon Carin and Susannah Melvoin has left for other engagements, and replaced by Chester Kamen, Harry Waters and Linda Lewis. Norbert Stachel is now a permanent member of the band and the show will feature more of his saxophone. Linda Lewis was again replaced by Carol Kenyon halfway through the tour.

The audience at the two London concerts had the very rare chance of seeing Roger Waters on stage with his old friend from Pink Floyd: Nick Mason played the drums on Set the Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

Roger Waters

guitar, vocal, and bass

Andy Fairweather-Low

guitar and vocal

Snowy White

guitar

Chester Kamen

guitar and vocal

Graham Broad

drums

Harry Waters

keyboards

Andy Wallace

keyboards

Norbert Stachel

saxophone

Katie Kissoon

vocals

P.P. Arnold

vocals

Linda Lewis / Carol Kenyon

vocals

Tour crew

Manager: Mark Fenwick
Tour Director: Andrew Zweck
Show Design/Art Direction: Jonathan Park
Audio Consultant: Nick Griffiths
Tour Manager/Sound Engineer: Trip Khalaf
Tour Accountant: Tom Golseth
Assistant/Security: Simon Slater
Production Manager: Chris Lamb
Lighting Designer: Andy Gibbs
Monitor Engineer: John Roden
Stage Manager: Bob 'Hydro' Mullen
Production Assistant: Aimee Moreau
Rigger: Kurt McLaughlin
Guitar Technician/Crew Chief: Colin Lyon
Guitar Technician: Tim Myer
Keyboard Technician: Colin Barton
Drum Technician: Eddy Butler
Sound Crew Chief: Bob Weibel
Sound Technician: Gene Philips
Lighting Technician: Ross Colledge
Projectionist: Andy Joyes
Projectionist: Alastair MacDiarmid
Production Company: Nicky Kenward-Schmidt and Andrew Wilkinson

Kingstreet Tours
Sound Company: Clair Brothers
Lighting Company: LSD
Image Projection: Chris Mounser XL Video

Booking Agent: Andrew Zweck
Agency Assistants: Heather Madel, Georgina Creswell
PA to Mark Fenwick: Di James
Travel Agent: Pepe Heath Freebird Travel
UK Solicitors: Chris Organ Russells
UK Accountants: Ernst & Young
Insurance Brokers: Robertson Taylor
Merchandising: Keith Drinkwater, Bravado International
PR: Bernard Docherty, LD Publicity
TV & Radio Commercials: Jim Ladd

Image Projection
Projection Storyboarding: Studio Park: Jonathan Park, Mark Maxwell, Catherine Crompton
Image Creation: Tim & Katya Coupland, Field of Vision
Assembly & Software: Richard Turner
Liquid Lightshow: Peter Wynne Willson WWG Ltd

Photography: Jill Furmanovsky, Mark Fisher, Jonathan Park, Edward Curtis Foundation, Peter Smith, Steve Weinberg, Mike Hendon, Richard Corman, Storm Thorgerson, Jimmy Ienner Jnr, Richard Haughton, Neal Preston, Christies Images Ltd
And many thanks to photographers who were unreachable.

Design: Mark Norton/Kalina Owczarek, 4i Group
Special Thanks: Gerald Scarfe, Hipgnosis, David Munro
Thanks to Washburn, Fender, Kurzweil, DR drums, Zildjian cymbals and Evans heads.

Roger Waters Tour Dates 2002

DATE

COUNTRY

CITY

VENUE

 

FEB

Wed

27

South Africa

Cape Town

Bellville Velodrome - Indoor

MARCH

Fri

01

South Africa

Johannesburg

MTN Sun Dome - Indoor

Tues

05

Chile

Santiago

Estadio Nacional - Open air

Thur

07

Argentina

Buenos Aires

Velez Sarsfield Stadium - Open air

Sat

09

Brazil

Rio

Sambodromo Carnival site - Open air

Tue

12

Brazil

Porto Alegre

Stadium - Open air

Thur

14

Brazil

Sao Paulo

Pacaembu Stadium - Open air

Fri

15

Brazil

Sao Paulo

Pacaembu Stadium - Open air

Sun

17

Venezuela

Caracas

Festival Site - Open air

Tues

19

Mexico

Mexico City

Foro Sol - Open air

Mon

25

Japan

Osaka

Koseinenkin Hall - Indoor

Tue

26

Japan

Osaka

Koseinenkin Hall - Indoor

Thur

28

Japan

Tokyo

International Forum - Indoor

Sat

30

Japan

Tokyo

International Forum - Indoor

Sun

31

Japan

Tokyo

International Forum - Indoor

 

APRIL

Tues

02

Korea

Seoul

Chamsil Sports Field - Open air

Fri

05

Australia

Sydney

Entertainment Centre - Indoor

Sat

06

Australia

Sydney

Entertainment Centre - Indoor

Mon

08

Australia

Melbourne

Rod Laver Arena - Indoor

Wed

10

Thailand

Bangkok

Impact Arena - Indoor

Sat

13

India

Bangalore

Palace Grounds - Open air

Mon

15

U.A.E.

Dubai

Creek Golf and Yacht Club - Open air

Wed

17

Lebanon

Beirut

BIEL - Indoor

 

MAY

Sat

04

Portugal

Lisbon

Atlantic Pavillion - Indoor

Sun

05

Portugal

Lisbon

Atlantic Pavillion - Indoor

Wed

08

Spain

Barcelona

Palau St Jordi - Indoor

Fri

10

Italy

Milan

Forum - Indoor

Sat

11

Switzerland

Zurich

Hallenstadion - Indoor

Mon

13

Belgium

Antwerp

Sports Paleis - Indoor

Wed

15

Holland

Rotterdam

Ahoy - Indoor

Fri

17

Germany

Erfurt

Messe Halle - Indoor

Sat

18

Germany

Koln

Kolnarena - Indoor

Mon

20

Germany

Oberhausen

Arena - Indoor

Wed

22

Germany

Hanover

Preussag Arena - Indoor

Fri

24

Norway

Oslo

Spectrum - Indoor

Sat

25

Sweden

Stockholm

Globe Arena - Indoor

Mon

27

Russia

St Petersburg

New Arena/Hermitage - Indoor/open

Russia

29

Russia

Moscow

Olimpiski Arena - Indoor

Frid

31

Finland

Helsinki

Hartwall Arena - Indoor

 

JUNE

Sun

02

Denmark

Copenhagen

Forum - Indoor

Tue

04

Germany

Munich

Olympia Halle - Indoor

Wed

05

Germany

Frankfurt

Festhalle - Indoor

Fri

07

Poland

Warsaw

Gwardia Stadium - Open air

Sun

09

Germany

Berlin

Velodrome - Indoor

Mon

10

Czech Rep.

Prague

Paegas Arena - Indoor

Wed

12

Italy

Rome

Flamino Stadium - Open air

Fri

14

Austria

Vienna

Wiesen Festival - Open air

Sat

15

Hungary

Budapest

Kissstadion - Open air

Mon

17

Germany

Stuttgart

Schleyerhalle - Indoor

Wed

19

France

Paris

Bercy - Indoor

Fri

21

UK

Birmingham

NEC - Indoor

Sat

22

UK

Manchester

MEN Arena - Indoor

Mon

24

Ireland

Dublin

The Point - Indoor

Wed

26

UK

London

Wembley Arena - Indoor

Thur

27

UK

London

Wembley Arena - Indoor

Sun

30

UK

Glastonbury

Glastonbury Festival/Pilton Farm

Setlist

The songs below were played on the first gig of the tour (Cape Town) and the setlist has more or less been the same since.

In the Flesh
Happiest Days of Our Lives
Another Brick in the Wall, part 2
Mother
Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert
Southampton Dock
Pigs on the Wing
Dogs
Shine On You Crazy Diamond, part 1
Welcome to the Machine
Wish You Were Here
Shine On You Crazy Diamond, part 2

(Intermission)

Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
Breathe
Time (incl. Breathe reprise)
Money
Every Stranger's Eyes
Perfect Sense, Part One
Perfect Sense, Part Two
The Bravery of Being Out of Range
It's A Miracle
Amused To Death
Brain Damage
Eclipse
Comfortably Numb
Flickering Flame (encore)

After the concerts in Japan the running order was changed a bit, but still includes the same 26 songs. The encore was either Flickering Flame or Each Small Candle.

According to intheflesh2002.com a new song was heard during soundchecks in Barcelona on 9th May. The new song was not performed at a concert and the title is still unknown.

A few reviews from the US tour (1999/2000)

Waters' show presents music of Pink Floyd on a more human scale
Star-Telegram, Sunday, Jun. 11, 2000

Comfortably dark
Dallas Morning News, Jun. 6, 2000

Roger Waters Runs Happily Over the Same Old Ground
Rolling Stone Magazine, August 1999

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