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The Australian Pink Floyd Show are a tribute band dedicated to emulating and celebrating the world-famous sound of legendary rockers Pink Floyd, from Adelaide.
They formed in 1988, they are considered one of the best Pink Floyd tribute acts of all time, often seen touring the world and performing massive gigs across the globe.
Having received praise from David Gilmour, who invited the band to perform at a Pink Floyd end-of-tour show and later his 50th birthday party.
In the past their productions have included a full performance of ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ in Liverpool and appearances at some of the world’s biggest festivals including Isle of Wight and Sweden Rock.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show will head back to the UK next autumn for over 25 shows around the country, with extra dates added due to demand. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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My wife and I along with my 6 year old son went to see (Pink Floyd if you didn't know) The Australian Pink Floyd and was blown away by what I heard and saw. The band played fantastic. Some of the guitar solos were sublime, the range of songs from albums such as the Division Bell, A Momentary lapse of reason(Sorrow) and all classics such as Comfortably Numb, Time, in tune to green lasers, a replica Algie the pig and teacher puppet make it feel easy to lose yourself in the music. Having seen Pink Floyd and also Roger Waters, the Aussie Floyd are for my money the best way of seeing and hearing our Favourite bands legacy. The best part, the build up to Run Like Hell also in time with lasers, The worst, the Hydro was still being built next door. 5*
Just seem the brilliant Australian Pink Floyd band, in Brighton, absolutely brilliant. Just as good as Pink Floyd in their hey day. Third time I've seen them, joined in with all the songs, and cant wait to see them again. Shine On You Crazy Diamond. I was comfortably numb, with this performance. Absolutely wonderful, even thought David Gilmour was there, as he lives in Brighton.
The choice of songs was superb. Clocks, Run like hell being my favourites. The guitarist at the front right of stage made my night. BRILLIANT atmosphere and perfect seating. If I had to find a fault it would only be that at the beginning, the backing singers could have been a bit louder. Overall though a perfect performance. I will definitely go and see this band again.