The Australian Pink Floyd Tickets Tickets

DateArtistVenueCityLowest Price

14 Oct   (Fri)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowBarclaycard Arena (NIA Birmingham)Birmingham

15 Oct   (Sat)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowMotorpoint Arena CardiffCardiff

17 Oct   (Mon)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowNew Theatre OxfordOxford

18 Oct   (Tue)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowColston HallBristol

20 Oct   (Thu)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowPortsmouth GuildhallPortsmouth

21 Oct   (Fri)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowThe Brighton CentreBrighton

22 Oct   (Sat)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowEventim ApolloLondon

24 Oct   (Mon)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowIpswich Regent TheatreIpswich

25 Oct   (Tue)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowNottingham Royal Concert HallNottingham

27 Oct   (Thu)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowLiverpool Empire TheatreLiverpool

28 Oct   (Fri)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowFirst Direct ArenaLeeds

29 Oct   (Sat)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowO2 Apollo ManchesterManchester

31 Oct   (Mon)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowDe Montfort HallLeicester

01 Nov   (Tue)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowSouthend Cliffs PavilionWestcliff on Sea

03 Nov   (Thu)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowG Live GuildfordGuildford

04 Nov   (Fri)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowBournemouth International Centre (BIC)Bournemouth

05 Nov   (Sat)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowBlackpool Opera HouseBlackpool

07 Nov   (Mon)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowSheffield City HallSheffield

08 Nov   (Tue)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowGrimsby AuditoriumGrimsby

10 Nov   (Thu)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowUsher HallEdinburgh

11 Nov   (Fri)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowHydroGlasgow

12 Nov   (Sat)

The Australian Pink Floyd ShowNewcastle City HallNewcastle

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With Pink Floyd's immense discography that spans numerous genres, it's no surprise that the famous acid rockers from the '60s still have a massive following.

However, given that their last album was 1994's "The Division Bell", today's fans have to look elsewhere if they wish to experience the amazing psychedelic jam shows for which Pink Floyd was once known. Enter The Australian Pink Floyd.Though there have been countless Floyd tribute bands over the years, The Australian Pink Floyd is doubtlessly one of the best-known and most imaginative. In fact, they're the only cover band to have performed for one of the members of the original Pink Floyd, having played for lead vocalist/guitarist David Gilmour's 50th Birthday in 1996.Just like the original band, The Australian Pink Floyd's live shows are something to be remembered. Since 2007, the band has incorporated psychedelic light shows into their live act, reminiscent of the original band's trippy performances from 50 years ago. This has been especially true since 2011, as they're the first band to incorporate sterescopic 3D projection effects into their live light shows. As the first band to ever do so, The Australian Pink Floyd continues to prove that Pink Floyd's work can both live on and be reimagined in the contemporary music setting. Their live act is a must-see for both longtime Floyd fans and newcomers alike.


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