Brit Floyd at Arizona Federal Theatre, June 17, 2022

PERFORMANCE TIME: 8:00 p.m.

Brit Floyd, “The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show” returns to the stage in 2020 to perform its brand new production. Including highlights from The Wall, The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Division Bell, and featuring a show stopping 23 minute ‘note-for-note’ performance of the iconic era defining song Echoes, written 50 years ago, and from Pink Floyd’s breakthrough 1971 album Meddle.

The Brit Floyd show has become a phenomenon, widely regarded as the world’s greatest rock tribute show. Faithfully recreating the scale and pomp of the final 1994 Pink Floyd tour, complete with a stunning multi million dollar light show, iconic circle screen, lasers, inflatables and theatrics.

Join Arizona PBS for this fabulous tribute concert!

Reserved seating admission tickets: $100 each

VIP tickets: $150 each

VIP tickets include an exclusive pre-show sound check experience plus premium seating.

Please call 602-496-8888 (during regular business hours) or 888-443-2929 to reserve your tickets.

To bring a group and be seated together, please make one single pledge for all tickets.

Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t delay in reserving your tickets today.

Keep in mind each attendee will require a ticket, regardless of age. Ticket orders are final.

Tickets will be mailed one month prior to the event.

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