Pink Floyd front man Roger Waters brought his multimedia rock opera 'The Wall' to St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center on Sunday night. The show got started just after 8pm with enough fireworks to make KISS jealous and continued for another two plus hours, running through every song of the 1979 classic album.

The show featured a wall made of over 400 bricks that was slowly built during the first half of the show and came down in seconds for the shows finale. Animations, images and video were projected on the wall during the performance, making it a show unlike any before it.

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