Date: Saturday 3rd August 2019
The Darkside of Pink Floyd
Introducing: The Darkside of Pink Floyd – an established touring band dedicated to the accurate reproduction of the best Pink Floyd LIVE performances, ranging from the critically acclaimed Pulse Tour (1993) to awesome individual tracks such as ‘Echoes’ taken from David Gilmour’s 2006 “On An Island” tour and ‘Mother’ from Roger Waters “The Wall” tour of 2010/2011.
Coupled with an amazing and atmospheric light and video show, be prepared for an unforgettable, emotional 2 1/2 hour rollercoaster ride …
The core members of the band have been in place for eight years and, individually, have performing credits stretching back to the 1970s.
They are, without exception, masters of their craft and combine to generate a sound which has been described with words such as ‘identical’, ‘awesome’ and ‘authentic’.
The Darkside of Pink Floyd has headlined many festivals and played many important venues across the South West of England including The Dawlish Beer festival, The Marston Rock Festival, Seaside Rocks Tribute Festival and The Harley Davidson National Rally.
Some major showings have been at festivals such as amazing performances to thousands of fans at the Big Top stage at Glastonbudget (the biggest tribute festival in Europe), perennial performances at BMAD festival and even playing two legendary gigs deep within the caves of Kents Cavern and more in the mine at Carnglaze Caverns.
The band is booked to play at BMAD and at Glastonbudget again this year.
Universally acclaimed, The Darkside of Pink Floyd has attracted some amazing reviews and accolades including nominations for the Best Tribute Band in the SW for two years running.
Here are some unsolicited quotes related to gigs and performances …
“… the best tribute of all for one of the world ’s greatest groups … “ The North Devon Journal.
“… music and visuals brought a lump to the throat …” Guy Henderson- This is South Devon (Kents Cavern Gig).
“… took you to planet Floyd and kept you there … “ Lemonrock review of a Glastonbudget performance.
Tickets in advance : £16.00
Tickets are non-refundable. Gates Open 1 Hour before the Start time. Licensed Bar. Tea, Coffee, Soft Drinks, Ice-Creams & Snacks
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Penlee Park Open-Air Theatre
Penlee Theatre looks forward to welcoming you to a diverse range professional theatre and music through the summer season.
Concessions: Over65s, Under16s, Benefits.
[ Children under 3 (on a lap!) Free.]
Family : 2 Adults and 2 Under16s.
Group Rates : 10+ people get a 10% discount
(when bought as one order)
Refreshments available :
Fresh Homemade Vegetable Curry with Naan Bread ( £5.50 )
and Hot Jacket Potatoes with Grated Cheese or Vegetable Curry ( £5.50 /£6.50) are available for virtually all shows
Served before the Show starts, they must be booked in advance.
Hot & Cold drinks plus Snacks available at all performances.
All listed performances will feature a Licensed Bar.
Smoking - the Theatre's Seated area is a No Smoking Zone
Refunds are only given if a show is cancelled: performances will go ahead except in the worst of weather.
The information below only applies to an event being held at Penlee Park Open-Air Theatre.
Please check the information on each Event by clicking on Details
The gate opens 60 minutes before the scheduled start time.
Seating is provided.
Please bring whatever you need for a comfy and cosy experience: warm clothes, waterproofs, blankets, cushions, rugs, picnics etc but no umbrellas
Wheelchair access - there is full access but, as the surface is grass, it may be slippery when wet
Parking The nearest car park is above Penlee Park, entrance from Alverton Terrace. Other ample car parking close by
Dogs Well behaved, quiet dogs on a short lead are welcome but please bring your doggy bags.
The Open Air Theatre in Penlee Park had its first season in the early 1950s. It's in a beautifully sheltered setting, opposite the Cafe terrace of Penlee House & Gallery.