A press release promises that the gig will make history by being Waters' biggest Wall show since his performance at the Berlin Wall in 1990. The concert will boast a surround sound system and a bigger-than-ever wall of over 250 metres, plus extra lighting, pyrotechnics and "many more surprises."
Waters said in a statement, "I've always loved playing in Quebec. The Québécois are a very passionate and musical people and we'll be playing on the Fields of Abraham. This is going to be completely unlike any of The Wall shows we've done anywhere else in the world."
At the bottom of the page, watch a trailer for the show, in which Rogers talks about the gig and shows off his French skills.
Wristbands will be first made available to folks who have already purchased passes to this year's Festival d'été de Québec. These initial sales are currently underway and run until May 31. Register for a wristband here.
Remaining wristbands will go on sale to the public on June 5.
5/24 Seattle, WA - KeyArena At Seattle Center 5/26 Vancouver, BC - BC Place 5/28 Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place 5/31 Winnipeg, MB - MTS Centre 6/3 Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center 6/5 Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena 6/6 Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena 6/8 Chicago, IL - Wrigley Field 6/10 Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center 6/11 Indianapolis, IN - Conseco Fieldhouse 6/13 Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena 6/15 Sunrise, FL - BankAtlantic Center 6/16 Orlando, FL - Amway Center 6/19 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena 6/21 Buffalo, NY - First Niagara Center 6/23 Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre 6/25 Ottawa, ON - Scotiabank Place 6/26 Montreal, QC - Bell Centre 6/28 Albany, NY - Times Union Center 6/29 Hartford, CT - XL Center 7/1 Boston, MA - Fenway Park 7/3 Pittsburgh, PA - Consol Energy Center 7/6 New York, NY - Yankee Stadium 7/7 New York, NY - Yankee Stadium 7/9 Raleigh, NC - PNS Arena 7/10 Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Arena 7/12 Washington, DC - Verizon Center 7/14 Philadelphia, PA - Citizens Bank Park 7/21 Quebec City, QC - Les Plaines d'Abraham