On December 1, 2023, the Ventura Theater played host to a musical extravaganza. Brit Floyd, hailed as the world's premier Pink Floyd tribute band, unveiled their '50 Years of Dark Side Tour' to a rapturous, sold-out crowd. This tour, a sweeping journey across North America encompassing 100 shows, had its grand finale in Ventura, graced by a prestigious audience that included Alan Parsons, the iconic sound engineer of 'Dark Side of the Moon.'
BRIT FLOYD currently in the midst of their multi-city “50 Years of Dark Side Tour” of North America, will wrap the 2023 dates with some very special guests for the tour’s final three shows. Pink Floyd Alum Durga McBroom and Scott Page, Harry Waters (Roger Waters’ son and piano and Hammond player) and PJ Olsson (lead vocalist of Alan Parsons Live Project) will join The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Experience in Phoenix, AZ (November 28), Los Angeles, CA (November 30) and Ventura, CA (December 1).
BRIT FLOYD—The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Experience—Relaunch Third Leg Of “50 Years Of Dark Side” Tour In North America
This past weekend, BRIT FLOYD re-launched their 2023 multi-city “50 Years of Dark Side Tour” of North America. Known as The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Experience, the group will follow this year’s dates with a massive 2024 world tour. It’s a 90-city tour of North America, plus shows in 45 cities in the UK, and Europe to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s Pulse and The Division Bell albums. More details about the 2024 dates will be announced in the coming weeks.
BRIT FLOYD—THE WORLD’S GREATEST PINK FLOYD EXPERIENCE—Set To Launch Their “50 Years Of Dark Side” 100-Date 2023 North American Tour
BRIT FLOYD—The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Experience—are launching their “50 Years of Dark Side” North American Tour April 12 in Hamilton, Ontario. The 100-date 2023 tour will begin with the first leg of 50 shows including stops in Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, Baltimore and Atlanta before wrapping June 23 in Boca Raton, FL.
Fans of the legendary British progressive rock band Pink Floyd will have numerous opportunities to hear their music performed live in 2022. Of course, they will be able to catch original Floyd members Roger Waters and Nick Mason showcasing their classic songs with Roger's solo tour of the U.S. and Nick's Europe tour later this year. But also, a small handful of seasoned Floyd-themed bands, including the international touring unit Brit Floyd, have major 2022 tours on deck in North America. So much Floyd, so little time!