Australian Pink Floyd US Tour Continues, 2016 Europe Dates Booked


Renowned tribute band The Australian Pink Floydis winding down its successful US tour with a final run of southeastern and western states tour dates, including a stop at the Mesa Arts Center in Arizona on September 2nd. Led Zeppelin 2 is the opening act on all dates. Tickets can be purchased at this link. Following this tour “The Aussie Pink Floyd” will return to Europe next winter, following a successful tour there this past spring.

The Australian Pink Floyd, photo from Facebook

The Australian Pink Floyd

Performing music by Pink Floyd, complete with an authentic stage show, The Australian Pink Floyd have sold over 4 million tickets worldwide since first performing in Adelaide, Australia in 1988, and have shared the stage withDavid Gilmourhimself. Headed by Steve Mac (Guitar/Vocals). They began touring throughout Europe and the UK in 1994, and in September of that year is when Gilmour showed up backstage to join them for one of their shows. With a live DVD Eclipsed By The Moon seeing TAPF performing Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety released in 2014, Australian Pink Floyd has created the opportunity to relive the concert experience of one of the most historical bands of our time. in addition, Led Zeppelin 2 are led by avant-garde/extreme music luminary Bruce Lamont of Yakuza/Corrections House. The band performs perfect renditions of the classic Led Zep repertoire.

Led Zeppelin 2 from facebook

Led Zeppelin 2

The Australian Pink Floyd 2016 European tour dates

Jan 13: Palais Nikaïa – Nice, FR

Jan 15:Palais des Sports – Grenoble, FR

Jan 16: L’Amphithéâtre – Lyon, FR

Jan 18: Zénith – Cournon-d’Auvergne, FR

Jan 19: Palais des Sports – Paris, FR

Jan 20: Zénith – Le Grand-Quevilly, FR

Jan 22: Zénith – Lille, FR

Jan 23: Zénith- Amiens, FR

Jan 25: Antarès- Mans (Le), FR

Jan 26: Brest Arena- Brest, FR

Mar 22: Wiener Stadthalle – Wien, AT

Mar 24: Zenith- München, DE

Mar 25: Brose Arena- Bamberg, DE

Mar 26: Oberschwabenhalle- Ravensburg, DE

Mar 29: Porsche Arena- Stuttgart, DE

Mar 30: Lokhalle – Göttingen, DE

Mar 31: Mercedes-Benz Arena- Berlin, DE

Apr 02: Stadthalle – Rostock, DE

Apr 03: Getec Arena – Magdeburg, DE

Apr 05: Arena- Leipzig, DE

Apr 06: Messehalle, Erfurt, DE

Apr 07: Donau Arena – Regensburg, DE

Apr 08: Rothaus Arena- Breisgau, DE

Apr 09: S. Oliver Arena – Würzburg, DE

Apr 11: SAP Arena – Mannheim, DE

Apr 13: Swiss Life Hall – Hannover, DE

Apr 14: Stadthalle – Bremerhaven, DE

Apr 15: Seidenstickerhalle – Bielefeld, DE

Apr 16: Emsland Arena – Lingen (Ems), DE

Apr 18: Lanxess Arena – Köln, DE

Apr 19: Festhalle, Frankfurt – Main, DE

Apr 21: O2 World – Hamburg, DE

Apr 22: Arena – Trier, DE

Apr 23: König-Pilsener-Arena, DE

Apr 25: Sparkassen-Arena, Kiel, DE