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A tour-event, unique concert celebrates the 40e anniversary of Pink Floyd’s
legendary shows in Montreal and Quebec city.
It’s an incredible blast for the past musical event. A unique show created specially
for the occasion with a production worthy of the original concert, from music to lights.
November 8th and 9th , 1971 : for the first time, the legendary band Pink Floyd plays two shows in Quebec, one in Montreal and one in Quebec city. And now, forty years later to the day, the “Eclipse” project celebrates this memorable event by putting on a unique show designed to make you relive, or discover, all the emotions of a true Pink Floyd concert experience.
Under the supervision of production director Sylvain Pelletier, the “Eclipse” project, composed of five talented musician, three singers et a team of 14 techniciens bring the stage to life. With a magnificient production that spares no detail, The Pink Floyd Story makes you feel like you went back in time and guarantees fans will enjoy a performance of the highest quality.
It’s thanks to this winning formula that “Eclipse” has obtained such enormous success in Brussels last year and is now considered one of the best Pink Floyd act band in North America.
Fully geared up by Sennheiser Canada and with over 40 000 watts of sound blasting along a quadraphonic sound system just like the one Pink Floyd used back then, the sound couldn’t be more incredible. And add to that exceptional visual effects, an impressive lighting rig holding 150 lights, projections on three video screens, pyrotechnics and lasers and you’ve got quite a show! Pink Floyd fans will feel delighted by the high visual and sound quality, and enthusiasts and curious ones will be flabbergasted by the sheer size of the event. Live the experience and rekindle the spirit of the fans of 40 years ago. Relive history.
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