Pink Floyd tribute promise a Great Gig in the Sky in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 13:37 04 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:35 04 June 2017

Think Floyd will appear in concert at The Alban Arena in St Albans

Think Floyd will appear in concert at The Alban Arena in St Albans


A dazzling tribute to Pink Floyd will wow fans of The Dark Side of the Moon band in St Albans.

Renowned for their stunning celebration of one of the world’s greatest musical icons, Think Floyd are performing at The Alban Arena on Friday, June 16 at 8pm.

With over 20 years of faithfully recreating the legendary sound of Pink Floyd under their belt, it’s no wonder Think Floyd are regarded as the definitive Pink Floyd experience.

Now celebrating the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s first release, the band’s new 2017 production features music from all 15 Floyd albums, beginning with the 1967 classic The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, through to The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here – arguably two of the most influential albums of all time – all the way to the band’s final studio album, The Endless River.

Expect to hear classics such as Time and The Great Gig in the Sky from The Dark Side of the Moon as well as Shine on You Crazy Diamond and Comfortably Numb.

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The production is enhanced by an impressive laser light show and a dedicated team of sound and lighting engineers.

Together with the sheer energy of the band, this promises a first-class evening of pure Pink Floyd.

Tickets for the concert cost £23.50.

• To buy tickets for the show, call The Alban Arena box office on 01727 844488 or book online at

For more on the band, visit

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