29 October @ 7.30pm
About The Australian Pink Floyd
Selling over 4 million tickets worldwide and described by The Times as “The Gold Standard” and The Daily Mirror as “The Kings of the Genre”, The Australian Pink Floyd Show gave its first-ever concert in 1988 in Adelaide, Australia.
Performing the music of Pink Floyd with note for note perfection, this critically acclaimed show has been astonishing audiences worldwide for over three decades.
Always striving to reproduce the complete Pink Floyd experience and bring the music to new audiences, the show continues to include a stunning light and laser show, video animations, state of the art, high resolution LED screen technology and other special effects.
In addition, and in true Pink Floyd fashion, there are several huge inflatables, including a giant pig and their own unique Pink Kangaroo. Often described as being much more than a tribute band, it is the first Pink Floyd tribute band that took the concept into the worldwide arena circuit.
And now, the critically lauded The Australian Pink Floyd has announced The Dark Side Of The Moon tour for 2023 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Pink Floyd’s timeless classic album.
The Dark Side Of The Moon 50th Anniversary Tour will bring to the stage an album that means so much to Pink Floyd fans all over the world. Originally released in 1973, The Dark Side of The Moon is one of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed albums of all time.
With over 30 years of history as the world’s biggest, best and greatest Pink Floyd tribute show, the tribute band will be performing the album in its entirety. For any Pink Floyd fan, this ‘gold standard’ show is a must-see.
Age guidance: Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult.
This show has an interval.
What the critics say
“Setting the gold standard”The Times
“For the record, TAPFS are a phenomenon to be witnessed live… It’s almost enough to make you forget you haven’t been watching Pink Floyd, but a surrogate band”Prog
“Probably the most popular tribute band in the world”Sunday Times ‘Culture’