Pink Floyd tribute band Pure Floyd bring psychedelic show to the St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth
- Credit: Andy Rodwell
Fans of rock giants Pink Floyd are in for a treat at St George's Theatre on Saturday, February 4.
East Anglia's popular Pink Floyd tribute show will be performing a two and a half hour show, including lasers and visual effects.
The Pure Floyd Show returns following previous sell-out shows in the area, for what will be their first gig of 2017.
Pure Floyd are an eight-piece band based in Norfolk and Suffolk, and is very much a family affair. Members from three different families including brother and sister, father and daughter with husband and son, and another father and son, all unite to present the music they love.
Band spokesman Andy Rodwell said: 'I grew up in Great Yarmouth and used to go to St George's for youth activities when I was a teenager. It's wonderful to return to this lovely building after so many years. It's also been touching to look around and see familiar faces from my younger days. I'd be delighted to chat to anyone who remembers me.'
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The band will be playing music from the early psychedelic era, Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety, songs from The Wall, and a broad mixture of classic and obscure tracks.
The Pure Floyd Show is at St George's Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth on Saturday, February 4 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £15 from the box office.
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