World class tribute act The Australian Pink Floyd Show return to tour the UK. Welcome To The Machine 2015 – Celebrating 40 years of iconic Pink Floyd album Wish You Were Here
The Australian Pink Floyd Show will be bringing their incredible live show back to the first direct arena next spring with a sensational new tour, Welcome To The Machine. The tour celebrates 40 years since the release of the landmark album Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd’s ninth album, but will also draw heavily from the iconic The Dark Side Of The Moon and The Division Bell albums.
The new 2 hour show will offer a true homage to Wish You Were Here, a true benchmark of musical culture, and a cherry-picking of the whole Floyd oeuvre, delivered by top-notch musicians whose love for Pink Floyd knows no bounds. The Australian Pink Floyd Show are much more than a tribute to the great music of Pink Floyd, and were described by The Times as “the gold standard”.
The band capture and convey the spirit as well as the sound, and slavish attention is lavished upon jaw-dropping staging. The show will offer a host of brand new visuals and effects and an overhauled technical set-up, resulting simply in a show that is even bigger and even better.
Aussie Floyd, who have sold over four million concert tickets globally, have generated their own heritage with scores of sold-out shows featuring note perfect performances which remain true to the original. This month Classic Rock said, “TAPFS make the Floyd experience their own”.
Forthcoming shows will feature vocalist Lorelei McBroom, who performed with Pink Floyd on the Momentary Lapse of Reason and Delicate Sound of Thunder tours.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show 2015 UK Tour Dates
Sun 15-Feb-2015- Belfast, Waterfront Hall
Thurs 19-Feb-2015 – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
Fri 20 Feb-2015 – Newcastle, City Hall
Sat 21-Feb-2015 – Glasgow, Hydro
Mon 23-Feb-2015 – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
Tues 24-Feb-2015 – Ipswich, Regent
Thurs 26-Feb-2015 – Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall
Fri 27-Feb-2015 – Brighton, Centre
Sat 28-Feb-2015 – London, Eventim Apollo
Mon 2-Mar-2015 – Bristol, Colston Hall
Tues 3-Mar-2015 – Plymouth, Pavilions
Thurs 5-Mar-2015 – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
Fri 6-Mar-2015 – Bournemouth, BIC
Sat 7-Mar-2015 – Cardiff, Cardiff Arena
Mon 9-Mar-2015 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Tues 10-Mar-2015 – Oxford, New Theatre
Thurs 12-Mar-2015 – Sheffield, City Hall
Fri 13-Mar-2015 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
Sat 14-Mar-2015 – Liverpool, Liverpool Arena
Mon 16-Mar-2015 – Stoke, Victoria Hall
Tues 17-Mar-2015 – Preston, Guild Hall
Thurs 19-Mar-2015 – Leicester, De Montford Hall
Fri 20-Mar-2015 – Birmingham, NIA