Pink Floyd front man Roger Waters puts pictures of Donald Trump dressed as a woman, a KKK member, and a pig on screen during set at Desert Trip in California
- Roger Waters went after Donald Trump while at Desert Trip music festival
- During politically charged set, Trump's face appeared on a pig's body
- Waters also showed stylized images of Trump dressed as a woman
- Other images showed GOP nominee as a Nazi and Ku Klux Klan member
- During performance, a parade-size pig balloon with Trump's face floated
- The balloon had words 'Ignorant, lying, racist, sexist pig' written on it
- Children in black shirts came out during 'Another Brick In The Wall (part II)'
- Shirts read 'Derriba el muro' or 'Take down the wall' in nod to Trump's wall
- Waters also showed support for Black Lives Matter and spoke against war
Roger Waters isn't a fan of Donald Trump and he made that more than clear during a politically-charged performance at the Desert Trip music festival in California on Sunday night.
Several disparaging images of Trump were shown on stage, which included pictures of him wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood, Trump's face on a pig's body, Trump as a Nazi and Trump in women's underwear.
The images were displayed during a performance in front of 75,000 people.
Another image of Trump's face on the massive video screen above the stage with the word 'Charade' across it was displayed as Waters performed the Pink Floyd song 'Pigs (Three Different Ones)'.
During a performance by Roger Waters at Desert Trip music festival in California, various disparaging images of Donald Trump, including this one showing him as a pig, were shown
Skipping the metaphor all together, at one point on Sunday night, the words 'Trump is a pig' flashed on screen behind Waters
Waters (left), 73, also showed images of the Republican presidential nominee as a Ku Klux Klan member (right) and later as a Nazi
Meanwhile, a parade-sized balloon shaped like a pig floated above the audience.
It had Trump's face painted on the side with the words 'Ignorant, lying, racist, sexist pig'.
On the other side were the words, 'United we fall' with a picture of the United States.
And in case that wasn't straightforward enough, giant letters flashed across the big screen reading 'Trump is a pig'.
Waters followed up with 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)', during which 15 school-age children came onstage wearing T-shirts that read, 'Derriba el muro' - Spanish for 'Take down the wall.'
Meanwhile, in keeping with the pig-themed attacks on Trump, a parade-sized balloon shaped like a pig floated above the audience of 75,000 people
A hashtag on the underside of the pig float read '#STOPTRUMP' as it floated over the crowd
During the set, other images of Trump flashed on stage. One showed an image of the GOP nominee with the words 'CHARADE' written on it
Several illustrations of Trump showed his face with what appeared to be makeup on it during the performance
The act was a clear nod to Trump's proposal to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico boarder.
The 73-year-old Pink Floyd front man also denounced war and Israel as well as addressed the Black Lives Matter movement in his two-and-a half-hour set.
While other Desert Trip performers mentioned the presidential election, Waters was the only one who brought up the Black Lives Matter movement in front of the overwhelmingly white audience.
As he performed 'Us and Them', the big screen showed pictures of protest signs.
'White silence is violence', read one.
'I cannot believe I still have to protest this s***,' another said.
Waters told the crowd that he's been working with wounded warriors in Washington, D.C., and brought a young American veteran who lost his legs onstage to play lead guitar with the band on 'Shine on You Crazy Diamond'.
'Working with these men has been one of the most rewarding things I've ever done in my life,' Waters said. He dedicated the song to all victims of war and violence.
The 73-year-old Pink Floyd front man also denounced war and Israel as well as addressed the Black Lives Matter movement in his 2 ½-hour set
While other Desert Trip performers mentioned the presidential election, Waters was the only one who brought up the Black Lives Matter movement
As Waters continued to protest Trump, he also brought up Israel and voiced his support for the Palestinian-led BDS movement
The crowd seemed to enjoy the mockery of Trump, but few showed support for his anti-Israel sentiments
His set also included 'Time', ''Money', 'Wish You Were Here' and 'Dark Side of the Moon.'
The former Pink Floyd front man waited until near the end of his performance to voice his support for the Palestinian-led BDS movement, which calls for boycotts and sanctions against the Israeli government.
'I'm going to send out all of my most heartfelt love and support to all those young people on the campuses of the universities of California who are standing up for their brothers and sisters in Palestine and supporting the BDS movement, in the hope that we may encourage the government of Israel to end the occupation,' he said.
Waters was vocal about his gratitude to college students who are supporting the BDS movement
Waters laer played 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)', during which 15 school-age children came onstage
The children were wearing T-shirts that read, 'Derriba el muro' — Spanish for 'Take down the wall'. The moment was clearly another nod to Donald Trump's proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border
Desert Trip, which will take place again next weekend with an identical lineup, is likely to be the most lucrative festival ever and also featured The Who, Neil Young and Bob Dylan
While Waters' anti-Trump stance elicited cheers, albeit not universally, his statement on Israel drew a more muted response with some fans clapping but others booing and at least one proudly waving an Israeli flag as a counter-protest.
Before closing with 'Vera' and 'Comfortably Numb,' Waters told the audience: 'It's been a huge honor and a huge pleasure to be here to play for you tonight.'
Desert Trip, which will take place again next weekend with an identical lineup, is likely to be the most lucrative festival ever and also featured The Who, Neil Young and Bob Dylan.
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