Roger Waters kicked off the 30th anniversary tour of Pink Floyd’s The Wall last night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
“Before the concert began, a homeless man wandered through the floor with a grocery cart carrying a placard that said, ‘No Thought Control,’ a line from ‘Another Brick In The Wall’ as in ‘we don’t need no thought control,’ as a police officer seemed to be ordering him off the premises,” reads the Toronto Sun. “Naturally, it was all part of the production.”
Get their entire concert breakdown, plus photos here.
Also, here’s a video clip that I came across form the show that will at least give you a feel for the theatrics/production!