13th Jul, 2020

Wish You Were Here and more as Floyd tribute makes tracks for Palace

IT’S the second month of 2019 and it’s time to get comfortably numb as the Pink Floyd Experience – one of the greatest Pink Floyd tribute acts – takes on the UK with their ‘Dark Side and Animals Tour’, including the Palace Theatre in Redditch for one night only.

Featuring songs and music from the iconic Pink Floyd albums ‘Dark Side of The Moon’ and ‘Animals’ played in their entirety complete with other seminal Floyd songs such as ‘Wish You Were Here’, ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’, ‘Another Brick In The Wall’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’.

‘Dark Side of the Moon’ was the Floyd’s eighth album and was released in March 1973.

It explored themes of conflict, greed, the passage of time, and mental illness and went on to be a commercial and critical success with an estimated 45 million copies sold.

‘Animals’, their tenth album, was released in January 1977 and was recorded at the band’s Britannia Row studio in London and reached No2 in the UK album charts.

This Redditch gig features eight top flight musicians and a world class crew, and recreates the atmosphere of Pink Floyd in concert, including iconic projections on a large circular screen.

Bass player and vocalist David Power said: “We are always pleased with the positive reaction to the show, it seems we leave audiences on a Pink Floyd high!”

Fans of the Floyd shouldn’t be disappointed as this is an opportunity to experience the incredible music of one of Britain’s more progressive and psychedelic rock bands in a show like no other.

The show is on Saturday, February 16 at 7.30pm and tickets are £24.50 from the box office in person or on 01527 65203 or buy online at www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk

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