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Pink Floyd Orchestrated

Eclipse: Pink Floyd Orchestrated

Following a national sell-out tour of the country’s major theatres in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, Eclipse – Pink Floyd Orchestrated will perform for one night only at the Adelaide Festival Theatre on Friday 1 September 2023.

Special guest vocalist and lead guitarist Jack Jones will join over 40 musicians and singers on stage in this world class event, celebrating a feast of Floyd Classics including the Dark Side of the Moon album in its entirety – acknowledging 50 years since its release.

Combining lush orchestral string, wind and horn sounds with ten of Australia’s finest rock musicians, the show has evolved since its debut two years ago.  Along with Jack Jones from Southern Sons and Noiseworks on Lead Vocals and Guitar; Warwick Cheatle  (The Zep Boys), Brad Polain (Hindley Street Country Club ),   Diane (Dixon) Panopoulos oand international superstar Adam Page.

Prink Floyd Orchestrated

“I couldn’t be more delighted with the way the show has evolved…. Taking this showcase of incredible musicians on a national tour to sell out some of the finest venues in the Country is incredibly fulfilling – I couldn’t be prouder. Next stop UK and Europe!”

Reviewing the Perth Show show one concert goer stated,  “What a fantastic experience that was. Totally up there with the best concerts I have ever seen, which includes icons such as Sting, Genesis and the man himself, Roger Waters. I’m very tempted to travel from Perth to Adelaide to watch this again”.

Pink Floyd Orchestrated

Having sold more than 250 million records world wide, Pink Floyd is one of the greatest best-selling bands of all time. Their innovative alubums, the Dark side of the Moon and The Wall were inducted into the grammy Hall of Fame.

Sold out in every city they’ve visited, don’t hold off getting your tickets: Ticketek.

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