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Brit Floyd has hit the pinnacle of tribute bands. They sound and act the part. Now that I have enjoyed two Brit shows I'll keep coming back to see BF, Love Floyd, I had seen two PF shows in the 70's and now we have Brit Floyd to have fun with. The lights show and videos were classic Floyd fun. No need for any wild wood here. LOL
from Phoenix, Arizona
You will not find a better Pink Floyd show!
Jay B from San Diego, California
BRIT FLOYD- TOP OF THEIR GAME!
4th time seeing this amazing group in SD. Every musician is so accomplished and skilled. Damian Darlington may be the greatest guitarist on the planet and how can you not get chills when Eva Avala wails "Great Gig" to a standing ovation. The light show is always great and the Pink Pig speaks volumes.
Jack D Doyle from Reno, Nevada
Totally immersed into the show, Brit added their artistry to extend original to even more emotionality.. Never miss their appearance here.
Rick Cavallaro from Mountain View, CA
IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE I'M RECOMMENDING A TRIBUTE BAND, BUT...
...they're simply astonishing! It's almost hard to believe it's not Waters and Gilmore on stage. Their voices aren't just great, they sound exactly like the originals.
I've seen them a couple of times, and when they're back I will definitely see them again. I just can't recommend highly enough.
David Magee from Pottstown, PA
VERY GOOD SHOW
We saw the show up in Bethlehem and they rocked it, LOUD. They played the usual mix of Dark Side, Wish You Were Here and The Wall along with stuff we didn't know from Division Bell. With a 2.5 hour show they missed the early stuff, See Emily Play and Free Four plus what about Learning to Fly or On The Turning Away?
As for what they did play, very well done, excellent lighting and great sound. And the young lady that sang The Great Gig In The Sky got both standing ovations, 1 when she sang it and 1 when they introduced her to us. Her performance was very powerful and spot on. I've seen both Roger Waters and David Gilmore in concert and this show is close, real close to the real thing.
Will I go see them again, NO, I've got other bands to see before my "80 years with luck or even less" come to an end. Will I recommend a friend see it, YES.
Word of warning, take ear plugs, they're really loud.
Scott Dallas from Baltimore, Maryland
BRIT FLOYD- LYRIC THEATER- BALTIMORE 4-26-2018
I loved our seats for the Brit Floyd tribute show. Front of balcony gave us clear view of
the band and excellent angle for the outstanding light show. The band quality was
consistently fantastic and featured multiple virtuoso leads on sax, guitars and keys.
Vocals were clear and true to the original- loved the girls singing backup, especially their
feature songs (I'd have loved to hear "great Gig In the Sky"). BRAVO !!
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