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David Gilmour adds new LA show at Intuit Dome. Get tickets today

New York and Los Angeles can’t get enough of David Gilmour.

Due to overwhelming demand, the long-time Pink Floyd singer and guitarist just added a fourth (!) Los Angeles show to his forthcoming ‘Luck and Strange Tour’ brought to you by legendary tour promoter Michael Cohl and his company, EMC Presents.

Gilmour, 78, will now open his LA run with a gig at the brand-new Intuit Dome on Friday, Oct. 25.

After that, the Rock Hall of Famer is slated to perform a trio of concerts at the Hollywood Bowl from Oct. 29-31.

The “Wish You Were Here” singer will close his brief North American run with five back-to-back shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Nov. 4-6 and 9-10.

If you want to see him reach into the vault and deliver the Pink Floyd classics you know and love as well as a few select cuts from his upcoming album, tickets are available for all Gilmour gigs as of today.

Fans can purchase tickets for all upcoming shows on sites like Vivid Seats; the official on-sale for the Oct. 25 concert is Friday, June 14.

Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

David Gilmour tour schedule 2024

A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found below.

David Gilmour tour dates
Oct. 12 at Royal Albert Hall in London, GB
Oct. 25 at the Intuit Dome in Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 29 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 30 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 31 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 4 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Nov. 5 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Nov. 6 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Nov. 9 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Nov. 10 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY

David Gilmour set list

The last full concert Gilmour performed was back in September 2016 at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Here’s what he took to the stage that evening, according to Set List FM:

Set I

01.) “5 A.M.”

02.) “Rattle That Lock”

03.) “Faces of Stone”

04.) “What Do You Want From Me” (Pink Floyd song)

05.) “The Blue”

06.) “The Great Gig in the Sky” (Pink Floyd song)

07.) “A Boat Lies Waiting”

08.) “Wish You Were Here” (Pink Floyd song)

09.) “Money” (Pink Floyd song)

10.) “In Any Tongue”

11.) “High Hopes” (Pink Floyd song)

Set II

12.) “One of These Days” (Pink Floyd song)

13.) “Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)” (Pink Floyd song)

14.) “Fat Old Sun” (Pink Floyd song)

15.) “Coming Back to Life” (Pink Floyd song)

16.) “On an Island”

17.) “The Girl in the Yellow Dress”

18.) “Today”

19.) “Sorrow” (Pink Floyd song)

20.) “Run Like Hell” (Pink Floyd song)

Encore

21.) “Time” (Pink Floyd song)

22.) “Breathe (Reprise)” (Pink Floyd song)

23.) “Comfortably Numb” (Pink Floyd song)

David Gilmour new album

Gilmour’s new album “Luck and Strange” is due out Sept. 6.

Prior to the record’s release, he dropped two singles; the gentle, rockin’ “The Piper’s Call” and the foreboding, haunting “Zero Hour” with Michael Berkeley and Neil Tennant.

You can listen to the pair of tracks here.

David Gilmour band members

According to a press release, here’s who will be performing with Gilmour this year:

Guy Pratt bass and background vocals

Greg Phillinganes keyboards

Rob Gentry keyboards

Adam Betts drums

Ben Worsley guitar

Louise Marshall background vocals

Hattie Webb background vocals

Charlie Webb background vocals

Classic rockers on tour in 2024

Gilmour isn’t your only rock hero from yesterday on the road this year.

Here are just five more of our favorites that just may be coming to a venue near you these next few months.

• Rolling Stones

• Neil Young

• Bob Dylan with Robert Plant and Willie Nelson

• BEAT- Belew, Vai, Levin, Carey (playing a tribute to King Crimson ’80s albums)

• Electric Light Orchestra

Who else is still lugging their amps around? Check out our list of the 52 biggest classic rock concerts of 2024 to find out.


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This article was written by Matt Levy, New York Post live events reporter. Levy stays up-to-date on all the latest tour announcements from your favorite musical artists and comedians, as well as Broadway openings, sporting events and more live shows – and finds great ticket prices online. Since he started his tenure at the Post in 2022, Levy has reviewed Bruce Springsteen and interviewed Melissa Villaseñor of SNL fame, to name a few. Please note that deals can expire, and all prices are subject to change.