The Australian Pink Floyd Show, 8 December 2023
Gig of The Australian Pink Floyd Show in The Brighton Centre
Doors Open 6:30PM. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.Where there are standing tickets for an event, children under 14 are not permitted in the standing area. Please note Row A in the stalls is not raised. A max of 8 tickets per person and per household applies. Tickets in excess of 8 will be cancelled.
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About The Australian Pink Floyd Show
The Australian Pink Floyd Show, more frequently referred to as the Australian Pink Floyd, is a Pink Floyd tribute band formed in 1988 in Adelaide, South Australia. Their live shows attempt to recreate the look, feel, and sound of Pink Floyd's later world tours, employing visual aids such as lasers, inflatables and a large display panel similar to Mr Screen. The Australian Pink Floyd Show plays venues worldwide.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show performing in 2015
The band is noted for replicating the nuances of Pink Floyd's work. Steve Mac's guitar rig closely resembles David Gilmour's set-up, and includes elements custom-produced by Pete Cornish, who worked extensively with Gilmour. The band associates itself with individuals who have worked with Pink Floyd over the years, including Colin Norfield (who worked as a sound engineer for Gilmour in his solo career and for Pink Floyd during their 1994 Division Bell Tour) and Clive Brooks – Nick Mason's long-time drum technician.
The show includes a round screen with intelligent lights arranged around its perimeter. During a concert, movies and animations are displayed on-screen, complementing the band's light show. Inflatables (such as the pig used by Pink Floyd during the Division Bell Tour, and Skippy – the band's own giant pink kangaroo and named after the Australian TV series Skippy The Bush Kangaroo) are frequently employed in the band's shows.
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