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Capacity: 45,000
Concert starts: 9pm

Address of venue: Av. Pte. Figueroa Alcorta 7597 - Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  MAP

Website: TBA



With ticket sales breaking all Argentinian records, this date on Roger's tour of The Wall is added making it the fourth one to be announced for Buenos Aires.

Tickets for this concert went on sale on Wednesday, August 24th at 10:00am through, as well as by phone and from ticket outlets. The presales have begun for those who have pre-registered their interest in this location. The public sale will also see a limited number of VIP packages made available for each show on the tour. The flyer to the right, when expanded by clicking on it, shows the different zones and the associated ticket price. Our thanks to Christian de la Rosa for the ticket scan shown to the right.

SET LIST - highlight the following with your mouse to read...
FIRST HALF: In the Flesh, The Thin Ice, Another Brick in the Wall Part 1, The Happiest Days of our Lives, Another Brick in the Wall Part 2, Mother, Goodbye Blue Sky, Empty Spaces, What Shall We Do Now, Young Lust, One of My Turns, Don't Leave Me Now, Another Brick in the Wall Part 3, The Last Few Bricks, Goodbye Cruel World
Hey You, Is There Anybody Out There?, Nobody Home, Vera, Bring the Boys Back Home, Comfortably Numb, The Show Must Go On, In The Flesh, Run Like Hell, Waiting for the Worms, Stop, The Trial, Outside the Wall.



Do not read on if you don't want surprises to be spoilt, regarding what the band played, and what happened as the night unfolded!

Night twenty of the tour, and the third night in BA from the total of nine nights scheduled. If you went to this show, please let us know what you thought of the event, and if anything interesting or different happened if you've been to previous shows and can compare.


This was the first time we had seen the stadium show from close up, we were 16th row dead centre tonight. It was great to see all the crowd behind us and where our seats had been the night before!

I took a quick look at the merchandise stand and noticed the T shirts were only $25 each! these are the official ones that are $50 upwards normally, i guess due to the wages and economy here in BA they cant get away with the higher prices and selling some T shirts cheaper is better than selling none at all!

First thing i noticed about the wall was how big it really was, it was HUGE! as small as it had looked from the rear of the stadium the past two shows it certainly wasn't and it was clearly nearly twice the length of the 2010/2011 arena shows. As we sat in our seats it totally filled our field of vision, kind of like an Imax theatre screen, even when you moved your head from side to side the wall was all you could see.


A lot of people seem to be worried about the size of these shows, however, when your seats are towards the front the only thing you notice is what's in front of you, there could be 2000 or 200,000 people behind you, you just don't know, thus the size of the venue and crowd really doesn't affect this show if you're in the front block.

Seeing the projected images and the video on the end of the walls from this close really does blow your mind! as anyone that has met me or seen me at shows will know, i really do like seeing the show from as close as possible but i really would suggest that anyone seeing the show only once sees the stadium show from at least half way back to get a real feel and view of the complete thing. I don't regret for one second seeing the first two shows from the very rear of the stadium, but being in that first 10 to 20 rows is my place of choice without a doubt.

The show tonight was faultless, the video and audio was in perfect synch, the band were very tight and Roger was as happy as ever to be onstage. There was however one problem! The Gestapo style venue security! We had talked to a friend from Uruguay the day before and he was telling us how the Argentine authority and the venue people no longer allowed the huge shows like what you see on YouTube by AC/DC and a lot of other metal bands. The reason is because all the people on the floor are standing and jumping up and down at the same time and believe it or not local residents are finding cracks developing in their properties!!! The security now don't allow you to stand up at all for the shows! The second your on your feet you find one of the “men in black” either coming over and telling you to sit or shining a green ser in your face to get your attention! kami had a chat to the one near us and he told us that Roger's security had told them that the crowd could only stand up during Another Brick and when Roger says the line “Can you stand up” during Comfy Numb, we both knew this was absolute rubbish as the band and Roger enjoy the shows so much more and feel the energy from the crowd a lot more when they are all standing. I had a chat to Roger's security guy Simon last night whom I've known for over 10 years, he said they are aware of the problem and is going to try rectify it for future shows however the language barrier appears to be a slight problem and the venue's security like to think that THEY have control.

The final night's show here in BA will be all standing on the floor as its general admission, i wonder if we are all gonna be told we can't jump up and down and have to remain still! As a note too the last two nights here in BA are going to be professionally filmed!

For the past 2 shows Roger seems to be missing the first few words on Nobody Home,not sure if this was a mic problem or what, will see what happens at tonight's show.

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The crowd did stand during Run Like Hell, I can't even imagine sitting down and listening to this track! The projections during this continue to blow me away, especially the 3D effect when the bricks come out at you, they've changed this quite a bit. For one it's a lot faster, they come in and out faster than they did and the second thing is they've changed the texture of the bricks as they come out at you which makes it look even more 3D than it did!

When Kami and I saw Kipp and Marky the day before they both commented on how cool the projected wall falling at each end of the wall was, this was something I mentioned in an earlier review and it still astounds me just how good this looks.

Was great to see the band close up again for Outside The Wall, its always nice to see Jon, Pat and the guys wave at us when they see us and its always nice to let them see just how much we have enjoyed the show and how much we appreciate it.

- Make sure you check out Simon's excellent blog at where you'll find full details of all his travels, along with more pictures and videos.


The picture below shows Claudio in one of the original Brain Damage Magazine t-shirts...we've not seen anyone wearing one of these for a while, so it was great to see this picture - spreading the word, too, about BD!



Hopefully coming soon - we welcome all contributions!

YOUR HELP NEEDED! We want to cover Roger's concerts the best we can, to share the experience with everyone, especially those who won't be able to attend the shows. We'd love to see ANY pictures, tickets scans, reviews, newspaper reports, and anything else you come across for this show - we look forward to hearing from you!

Last Updated ( Sunday, 10 February 2013 )
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