Pink Floyd tribute in Lagoa

The Australian Pink Floyd will be performing at Fatacil 2010 in Lagoa on August 26.

The Pink Floyd tribute band formed in 1988 in Adelaide, South Australia.

The band is renowned for performing at international venues, setting them apart from local or regional tribute bands.

Beginning with their 2007 tour, their shows now include a psychedelic light show modelled after the light shows used by Pink Floyd during their 1987 and 1994 world tours.

The show includes a round screen with intelligent lights arranged around the perimeter.

During the concert, movies and animations are displayed on the screen while lights and lasers turn the stage and auditorium into a swirling mass of colour. Inflatables such as the pig used by Pink Floyd during the 1994 Division Bell tour and the band’s own giant pink kangaroo are also used.

The show employs much of its own imagery based on Pink Floyd designs, but altered to include humorous Australianisms and the use of the band’s own trademark pink kangaroo, which appears on many of its posters and t-shirts.

Tickets, costing five euros per person, can be bought at Fatacil on the day of the concert. For more information please call 282 353 453.

Tickets cost 30 Euros and are available to buy at, Fnac, Worten, and at the precinct on the day of the concert.