Echoes of Pink Floyd to Recreate Historic Pink Floyd Tour at Eatons Hill Grand Ballroom

Pink Floyd fans are in for an unforgettable musical experience when Australian tribute band Echoes of Pink Floyd takes the stage at the Eatons Hill Grand Ballroom on March 2, 2024.

Historic 1988 tour reimagined

Echoes of Pink Floyd will recreate Pink Floyd’s landmark 1988 Australian tour in support of the seminal album “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” — 35 years later. Their “Signs of Life” show promises to transport fans back to one of the most spectacular concert tours Australia has ever seen.

Echoes of Pink Floyd to reconstruct the magic

The renowned tribute band, founded in 2009, is known for perfectly recapturing the sonic and visual landscape of a real Pink Floyd arena show. Their Eatons Hill performance will include standout tracks not heard live locally in decades, as well as stone-cold Floyd classics their fans know and love.

Founder Daniel Hunter said fans can look forward to iconic David Gilmour guitar work, painstakingly recreated. “I’ve always loved David Gilmour’s guitar work, it’s pure class. This tour will showcase his work at its absolute peak and I can’t wait to share it with our audiences,” he said.

Co-founder Jason Miller said no detail has been overlooked. “We’ve spent countless hours making sure every sound is exactly as it should be. This is what our audiences have come to expect over the years and we love the challenge of getting these songs just right.”

Frontman Matt Goodluck can’t wait for Eatons Hill to help Echoes of Pink Floyd celebrate the magic of Pink Floyd’s 1988 tour. “We’re so excited to celebrate the 35th anniversary of this iconic tour and bring back some great memories for Pink Floyd fans all over the country.”

Join them for a mesmerising trip back to one of Pink Floyd’s most legendary tours, rebuilt before your eyes. Secure tickets here.

Published 24-February-2024