Roger Waters will take his live show of The Wall back on the road in Europe next year. Waters will play London’s Wembley Stadium on 14 September 2013, plus 24 dates in Europe. The 2013 shows will all take place outside. At a press conference in London today [November 15], Waters also spoke about the likelihood of his former Pink Floyd bandmates – specifically David Gilmour – appearing on stage during the new batch of dates. Waters was joined by Gilmour and Nick Mason last year at London’s O2.

Roger Waters will take his live show of The Wall back on the road in Europe next year.

Waters will play London’s Wembley Stadium on 14 September 2013, plus 24 dates in Europe. The 2013 shows will all take place outside.

At a press conference in London today [November 15], Waters also spoke about the likelihood of his former Pink Floyd bandmates – specifically David Gilmour – appearing on stage during the new batch of dates. Waters was joined by Gilmour and Nick Mason last year at London’s O2.

“I don’t think so, no,” said Waters. “I haven’t had any conversations with David about that. I think it’s extremely unlikely. By and large, David’s retired as far as I can tell, but you’d need to ask him that. It’s nothing to do with me.”

Waters, who celebrates his 70th birthday next year, also spoke about his tentative plans for a new album.

“When I was on the road during this last tour, I wrote one particular song which might be central to me making a new album. I really don’t want to talk much about it. I haven’t made an album since 1992, which is a long time, 20 years, and the reason I haven’t done that is not because I haven’t been writing songs it’s because I haven’t found within myself something coherent enough. Amused To Death was a very, very coherent and simple concept, and very easy to understand. Immediately you had the title, you knew what it was about. And I hadn’t found a central kernel of an idea around which to hang a new piece of work. And I think I’ve discovered that now, in this new song.”

Roger Waters plays:

JULY

Saturday 20 WERCHTER FESTIVAL SITE

Tuesday 23 SPLIT POLJUD STADIUM

Friday 26 PADOVA EUGANEO STADIUM

Sunday 28 ROME OLYMPIC STADIUM

Wednesday 31 ATHENS – venue TBA

AUGUST

Saturday 3 ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY SPORTS FIELD

Wednesday 7 PRAGUE SYNOT TIP STADIUM (SLAVIA)

Friday 9 FRANKFURT COMMERZBANK ARENA

Sunday 11 COPENHAGEN PARKEN STADIUM

Wednesday 14 OSLO TELENOR ARENA

Thursday 15 OSLO TELENOR ARENA

Saturday 17 GOTHENBURG ULLEVI STADIUM

Tuesday 20 WARSAW NARODOWY STADIUM

Friday 23 VIENNA ERNST-HAPPEL STADIUM

Sunday 25 BUDAPEST PUSKAS FERENC STADIUM

Wednesday 28 BUCHAREST PIATA CONSITUTIEI

Friday 30 SOFIA VASIL LEVSKI STADIUM

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 1 BELGRADE USCE PARK

Wednesday 4 BERLIN OLYMPIC STADIUM

Friday 6 DUSSELDORF ESPRIT ARENA

Sunday 8 AMSTERDAM ARENA

Wednesday 11 ZURICH LETZIGRUND STADIUM

Saturday 14 WEMBLEY STADIUM

Wednesday 18 DUBLIN AVIVA STADIUM

Saturday 21 PARIS STADE DE FRANCE