Seeing as it’s all going so well, who fancies one more stop on the European leg of the tour this summer?
If you were hoping for a concert in Rome, then you’re in luck, because David will play the first ever seated concerts at the Italian capital’s Circo Massimo on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July.
Once a track for chariot races and gladiator fights, and the largest stadium in ancient Rome, Circus Maximus is now a vast public park. So, another concert at another UNESCO World Heritage Site, this time with seats, it’s very good news for your gluteus maximus. (See what I did there?)
Tickets go on sale on Thursday 7th April at 10am CET – from DavidGilmour.com – and will be priced from €60 (and subject to booking fees, of course).
Please be advised that there will be a limit of four tickets per person. There is no pre-sale.
The very best of luck if you hope for tickets to what promises to be another special night in a special setting.
There are still a few of those late-release tickets left for the shows at Chicago’s United Center tonight and Friday, as well as New York’s Madison Square Garden next week, by the way. Bet the touts are thrilled.