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Roger Waters Performs At Staples Center. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The Roger Waters This Is Not A Drill Tour finally came to TD Garden on Tuesday night. And from what we see, it was worth the wait.


If you recall, that wait was close to two years. Originally scheduled for July 28, 2020, the TD Garden date was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has made my memory pretty fuzzy (it’s probably done the same for you), but I seem to recall originally giving tickets away in early 2020. So if you won tickets on my show then, good on you for hanging in there.


Roger Waters This Is Not A Drill Reviews

Of course, I also gave away an entire suite of tickets earlier this week to the much-anticipated Tuesday night tour date. The husband of one of my winners, Ida in New Hampshire, reached out with this note this morning: “Miss Ida and I had a great night last night, thank you! The show was very political, visual and very well done, so typical Waters.” Thank, Mike. Waters himself told us as much at his tour kickoff earlier this month, and if you’re a fan of the man and his music, you knew that would be the case.


Another ticket winner, Joe in North Reading, shared the following review on his Facebook page. “Great show last night. If you were expecting a show without any political views, you would be wrong, and they warned us at the beginning of the show! Roger Waters has lots of opinions, doesn’t discriminate as he hates everyone, but he did get emotional at certain parts of the show with the crowd reaction he was getting. Each song told a story with the videos. His in the round setup worked well. And his band sounded great. Bonus for getting to sit in the 92.9 Rock 92.9 Rocks suite, thanks to Adam 12!


Joe was kind enough to take a moment to call in, too. You can listen to us discuss the Roger Waters This Is Not A Drill Tour below.