Echoes Of Pink Floyd in Signs of Life Tour

In 1988, Australia experienced an unprecedented rock concert by Pink Floyd. Now, 35 years later, as live music makes a comeback, Echoes of Pink Floyd presents "Signs of Life," a homage to this iconic event.

Pink Floyd, reinvigorated in the early 1980s, graced Australia with their A Momentary Lapse of Reason tour, setting a gold standard for global acts. Filmed as "The Delicate Sound of Thunder" live album, this tour's impact remains unmatched.

"Signs of Life" revives the 1988 experience, faithfully reproducing Delicate Sound of Thunder's best songs. Audiences can enjoy tracks not performed live for decades alongside familiar hits.
Echoes of Pink Floyd, Australia’s premier tribute artists, led by Daniel Hunter and Mark MacNab, have thrilled fans since 2009. The Signs of Life tour features an extended ensemble of female vocalists and saxophonists, ensuring an authentic recreation.

Experience meticulously crafted sounds and impactful visuals, exploring the profound themes in Pink Floyd’s lyrics. Join Echoes of Pink Floyd on a nostalgic journey, celebrating the enduring legacy of the 1988 tour with "Signs of Life."

Ticketing

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When

23 March 2024, 08:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Where

  • Geelong Arts Centre - Storey House Wadawurrung Country, 50 Little Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220

Cost

  • Adult: $79.00
  • Child: $49.00 Under 18 years
  • Concession: $74.00
  • Group booking: $74.00 Group 8+
  • Student: $74.00

Facilities

  • Seating/viewing areas
  • Toilets available
  • Wheelchair accessible

Contact

Geelong Arts Centre

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +61 1300 251 200

Associated organisation: Geelong Arts Centre

Website: https://geelongartscentre.org.au/whats-on/all-events/echoes-of-pink-floyd-signs-of-life-tour/



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