TAPFS Summer Date
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
return with UK Festival date
The Australian Pink Floyd Show is delighted to announce that they will return to the stage after the success of their series of sold out shows across the UK in March. The band have been confirmed to perform on the bill with the legendary Iggy Pop on the Sunday of the Chester Rocks Festival [www.chester-rocks.com] which runs at the city’s race course 2 ? 3 July 2011. Tickets can be obtained online or from the event Box Office on 01244 304610. More Summer shows are shortly to be announced.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show is a live touring sensation which has sold over three million tickets worldwide, and they have created their most ambitious and spectacular show ever for the 2011 European Tour. The March theatre tour saw the debut of a new quadraphonic sound system and was the first time ever that a live music production had used 3D stereographic technology. The Times described the show as “the gold standard,” whilst News Of The World said simply, “As good as it gets”.
Emerging back in 1988, the original and credible Floyd act TAPFS has been getting bigger and better ever since. The band were described by Floyd drummer Nick Mason on BBC 5 Live as “Very good, probably better than we are,” and even engaged by David Gilmour to perform at his 50th birthday celebration! The Birmingham Mail said the show was, “Pinkredible”!
The Australian Pink Floyd Show has already been described by Sunday Times as “The best tribute band in the world”, but the 2011 show is simply on a different level and must be seen to be believed. This Summer, don’t miss the chance to enjoy the greatest show that The Australian Pink Floyd has ever staged – prepare to be amazed.
For more information, pictures, or to request an interview please contact Chris Hewlett on 0845 601 2833 or email@example.com
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