“Eclipse: The Pink Floyd Story” is playing the K-Rock Center this Saturday, November 12.
This special production honors the 40 years since Pink Floyd’s first concert in Canada, and now Kingstonians can experience Eclipse’s grand commemorative rock show celebrating these legendary performers.
Now audiences can travel back 40 years to when it all began, as “Eclipse: The Pink Floyd Story” recreates some of Pink Floyd’s best concerts with lasers and video projections, spanning their whole career and including the blockbuster “Dark Side of the Moon” in its entirety.
The show Features a veteran live band with over 20 years of experience, playing Pink Floyd’s music in chronological order to showcase the band’s epic evolution.
Their exciting stage show includes 14 technicians, 5 musicians, 3 backup singers, 150 moving lights, 40,000 watts of sound, spectacular lasers and round screen video projections highlighting historic moments in Pink Floyd’s career.
A few tickets for Saturday’s K-Rock Center show are still available and can be purchased online at Tickets.com .
UPDATE – November 13: For a review of their K-Rock concert, visit Kingston Music Reviews