This Pink Floyd show at Vancouver's Planetarium will blow your mind

Pink Floyd, the Planetarium and psychedelia – what more can you ask for?

Pink Floyd, the Planetarium and psychedelia – what more can you ask for?

An epic Pink Floyd show takes place in the Planetarium at Vancouver’s historic H.R. MacMillan Space Centre this March. What’s more, these shows were a weekly event at the Planetarium for 40 years until they were discontinued in 2012.

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Now, Vancouver-based Pink Floyd tribute act Crazy Diamonds present “An Evening with Crazy Diamonds” on March 22 at the iconic venue, which promises to delight guests with mesmerizing visuals and awe-inspiring tunes.

The band will play two sets under the star-speckled dome of the Planetarium, with stunning visuals set to music that dance across the waterfront venue.

The multimedia show takes guests on an immersive journey featuring songs that span the legendary band’s career – including the classic “Dark Side of the Moon” album played in its entirety.

Guests should expect both classic and deep cuts spanning Pink Floyd’s most revered output, with two hours of music spanning from the 1971 album “Meddle” up until the greatest concept album conceived, The Wall.

The price of admission gets you a drink, but you must be over 19 to partake in the fun.

“An Evening with Crazy Diamonds” – Pink Floyd Tribute Show

When: Friday, March 22 – 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Where: H.R. MacMillan Space Centre – 1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver
Cost: $40, which includes a drink.

You can purchase your tickets here.

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