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The Australian Pink Floyd Show

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    Forming in 1988 and having sold over 4 million tickets in 35 countries, The Australian Pink Floyd Show is hailed as one of the leading concert performances currently operating. The band began their adventure as a part of a wave of Australian tribute bands and performed in 1993 at the first international Pink Floyd fan convention in conjunction with “Brain Damage”, the Pink Floyd fan magazine, at Wembley Convention Centre. Over the following years, the hit band played bigger and more prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall in 2003 and led to their 2004 arena tour in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon”. This tour took the band on to its first major European and North American tours. The band continues to entertain audiences around the world while releasing several live concert DVDs and CDs.