Roger Waters to head out on tour
The veteran bassist will showcase every song from the band's classic LP The Wall during the tour, which features three gigs at the O2 Arena in London.
Music lovers will not want to miss the chance to see Waters on stage, as he has hinted this could be the last time he undertakes a tour of this scale.
"I'm 66 now, so I think there will come a point where I just don't want the physical demand," he told NME.
"It is physically quite demanding."
Waters also confirmed that he did ask former Pink Floyd bandmate David Gilmour if he would like to join him for the shows, but the guitarist declined.
Speaking to BBC News, Waters said he is happy to draw a line under Pink Floyd with the performance at Live 8 in 2005.
This gig was notable as it was the last time he performed with Rick Wright, the band's keyboard player who died two years ago.