Credit: The 1point8Roger Waters has padded his already-lengthy forthcoming North American trek, the Us + Them tour, with 11 more dates. The former Pink Floyd mastermind’s outing, which kicks off May 26 in Kansas City, Missouri, and runs through an October 28 show in Vancouver, Canada, now features a total of 54 performances.

Among the newly added shows are a third concert at the Staples Center in Los Angles, on June 27, and a second gig at the Pepsi Center in Denver, on June 4. The tour also now will feature stops in Oakland, California; San Antonio; New Orleans; Milwaukee; Nashville; Cleveland; Albany, New York; Hartford, Connecticut; and Winnipeg, Canada.

Tickets and VIP packages for most of the new dates will go on sale starting Monday, February 27. Tickets for the June 27 L.A. concert and a July 8 show in New Orleans will be available for purchase beginning March 13 and March 6, respectively.

As previously reported, Waters says his concerts during the Us + Them tour will feature “a mixture of stuff from my long career, stuff from my years with Pink Floyd, some new things. Probably 75% of it will be old material and 25% will be new, but it will be all connected by a general theme.” Among the “new things” Roger will be playing undoubtedly will be songs from his upcoming solo album, Is This the Life We Really Want?, which he revealed last week will be “coming soon.”

Here are all of the dates on Waters’ Us + Them tour:

5/26 — Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center
5/28 — Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Center
5/30 — St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center
6/1 — Tulsa, OK, BOK Center
6/3 — Denver, CO, Pepsi Center
6/4 — Denver, CO, Pepsi Center*
6/7 — San Jose, CA, SAP Center at San Jose
6/10 — Oakland, CA, Oracle Arena*
6/12 — Sacramento, CA, Golden 1 Center
6/14 — Phoenix, AZ, Gila River Arena
6/16 — Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena
6/20 — Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center
6/21 — Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center
6/24 — Seattle, WA, Tacoma Dome
6/27 — Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center*
7/1 — San Antonio, TX, AT&T Center*
7/3 — Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
7/6 — Houston, TX, Toyota Center
7/8 — New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center*
7/11 — Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
7/13 — Miami, FL, AmericanAirlines Arena
7/16 — Atlanta, GA, Infinite Energy Arena
7/18 — Greensboro, NC, Greensboro Coliseum
7/20 — Columbus, OH, Nationwide Arena
7/22 — Chicago, IL, United Center
7/23 — Chicago, IL, United Center
7/26 — St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
7/29 — Milwaukee, WI, Bradley Center*
8/2 — Auburn Hills, MI, The Palace of Auburn Hills
8/4 — Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
8/8 — Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center
8/9 — Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center
8/13 — Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena*
9/7 — Newark, NJ, Prudential Center
9/11 — Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center
9/12 — Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center
9/15 — Uniondale, NY, The New Coliseum
9/16 — Uniondale, NY, The New Coliseum
9/19 — Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena
9/21 — Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena*
9/23 — Albany, NY, Times Union Center*
9/24 — Hartford, CT, XL Center*
9/27 — Boston, MA, TD Garden
9/28 — Boston, MA, TD Garden
10/2 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre
10/3 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre
10/6 — Quebec City, QC, Canada, Videotron Centre
10/7 — Quebec City, QC, Canada, Videotron Centre
10/10 — Ottawa, ON, Canada, Canadian Tire Centre
10/16 — Montreal, QC, Canada, Bell Centre
10/17 — Montreal, QC, Canada, Bell Centre
10/22 — Winnipeg, MB, Canada, MTS Centre*
10/24 — Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rogers Place
10/28 — Vancouver, BC, Canada, Rogers Arena

* = newly added date.

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