A nine-piece band recreates the sound and trippy visuals of Pink Floyd with the help of a giant circular video screen
What You'll Get
- General admission standing
- Doors open at 8 p.m.
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Bricks in the Wall – The Sight and Sound of Pink Floyd
- Title Bricks in the Wall claims: “longest performing Pink Floyd Tribute act in the nation”
- Nine and four: the number of musicians and engineers, respectively, dedicated to reproducing the classic Pink Floyd experience
- Two: the number of those engineers who have worked with Pink Floyd or Roger Waters
- The experience: classic songs such as “Hey You” and “Time,” enhanced by swirling lasers and lights
- The audiovisual coup de grace: a giant circular screen at the back of the stage that projects trippy black-and-white images
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