This seven-piece tribute band return to the Met with an engaging and energetic performance celebrating the magical music of Pink Floyd.

A stunning light and video show complement their exciting and amazingly accurate performance of music spanning the entire output of the Floyd, with a selection of tracks from nearly all the albums represented in the two-and-a-half hour set.

All your favourites are featured, and maybe a couple of less familiar tracks for the real aficionado.

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£22 door; £19 advance standard; £16 advance concession (inc fees)

Advance booking discount: Save if you book before 5pm on the day of the show. The discount is added during checkout.

Reviews

“My heroes will never be forgotten as long as you are on the stage and that’s from a 68-year-old roadie of the original PF! You are another brick in the wall! ”

David Larkin, former PF roadie

“I’m a lifelong Floyd fan and this was one of the best tribute band performances I’ve ever seen (and I’ve seen plenty). Vocals, instrumentals and general presentation was faultless. Note-perfect guitar solos and the enthusiasm of the band and their joy in playing this great music came over loud and clear.”

Mike Halls

“Blown away by this band. Professional and talented on the next level!! I've sound engineered touring bands for many years and not many bands grab my attention the way these guys did.”

James

Pinked Floyd

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