Pink Floyd tribute show celebrates 40th anniversary of iconic album

14:11 31 January 2013

THE 40th anniversary of iconic album Dark Side of the Moon will be celebrated with a live Pink Floyd tribute show next month.

One of the UK’s finest tribute bands Think Floyd will be appearing at the Haverhill Arts Centre on March 15, where they will perform the album in its entirety.

The band have promised to faithfully recreate the magic of the legendary album alongside other classic tracks from Pink Floyd’s back catalogue, including The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here, Meddle, The Division Bell and more.

The performance, which starts at 8pm, also includes an impressive laser light show to add to the visual magnitude and musical excellence of Pink Floyd live on stage.

Tickets for the show are £18 and can be bought online from haverhillartscentre.co.uk or by calling the Box Office on 01440 714140.

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