Australian Pink Floyd: All That's To Come 2022 World Tour [CANCELLED] Tickets
Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park | Atlanta, GA
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The Australian Pink Floyd Show bring you All That's To Come 2022 World Tour at Cadence Bank Amphitheatre on Friday, September 2nd, 2022. Grab your tickets right now for the biggest, and best Pink Floyd Tribute show in the world! This show is so good, and so accurate, they were even asked by David Gilmour himself, to perform at his 50th birthday celebration! Described as “The Gold Standard” by The Times Newspaper in London, and having toured to 35 countries, they are undoubtably the only Pink Floyd show you need ever see.
Formed in 1988 in Adelaide, South Australia, the clue is in the name. Australian Pink Floyd Show is singer and guitarist Steve Mac whose guitar rig closely resembles David Gilmour's set-up, keyboardist Jason Sawford, drummer Paul Bonney, singer and guitarist David Domminney Fowler, saxophonist Mike Kidson, singer and bassist Ricky Howard, singer Chris Barnes and the three gorgeous backing singers Emily Lynn, Lara Smiles, and Lorelei McBroom who performed live with Pink Floyd on the Momentary Lapse of Reason tour in 1988 and 1989.
Australian Pink Floyd doesn't only revive the legendary sound of Pink Floyd, they've managed to capture and recreate the entire Pink Floyd Concert experience with amazing precision and accuracy. They have worked with former Pink Floyd touring musicians like Guy Pratt a long-time session bass player for Pink Floyd, and Lorelei McBroom’s sister, Durga McBroom sung for Pink Floyd on the Momentary Lapse and Division Bell tours, as well as sound engineer Colin Norfield who worked with Pink Floyd during their Division Bell tour and on David Gilmour’s solo tours.
The show includes a huge round screen, front and center of the stage, with intelligent lights arranged around its perimeter, and during the concert, movies and animations are displayed on-screen, they were the first ever band to implement this stereographic 3D on tour. Inflatables, such as the pig used by Pink Floyd during the Division Bell Tour, and Skippy, the band's own giant pink kangaroo and named after the Australian TV series Skippy The Bush Kangaroo, are frequently bouncing onto the stage.