Fans waited in great anticipation for the show to begin.
Some of Waters' biggest fans were lucky enough to get front row seats.
The lights went down and the henchmen arrived.
Streams of smoke and fire lit up the stage and uniformed men marched with enormous flags against Waters' iconic double hammer logo.
Then the boss came out!
The concert kicked off with part one of Another Brick in the Wall. On the screen behind him, Waters displayed the faces of victims of war and oppression.
One by one the bricks in The Wall filled with familiar faces ...
until, sadly, it was completely full.
There was no second-guessing his message.
Waters wiped tears from his eyes as he spoke to the audience of a man who'd been shot by the police in a case of mistaken identity.
Part two introduced the "teacher".
A one story, inflatable marionette, designed by Gerald Scarfe, fell from the ceiling, waving a rod ...
and threatening the host of children who sang at its feet, We Don't Need no Education.
I Believe, was the message to the kids. Think for yourself, believe in yourself.
As the band played, the wall was built, brick by brick.
Powerhouse guitarists including Pink Floyd session/tour veteran Snowy White and Dave Kilminster kept the crowd happy with incredible guitar licks.
"Enjoy yourselves" Waters called out to his fans as the show came to a close. Roger that!