Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Brit Floyd Coming to Hamilton

Brit Floyd is once again coming to Hamilton on March 22 at Hamilton Place. For those who are Pink Floyd fans or fans of album rock in general, Brit Floyd is a treat for the senses. Read our review of the previous appearance that Brit Floyd made in Hamilton, by clicking here.

A Chas Cole for CMP Entertainment presentation
NEW FOR 2016


The World's Greatest Pink Floyd Show

Space and Time CONTINUUM
World Tour 2016

Following its hugely successful 146 concert date tour around the globe in 2015, Brit Floyd, The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show, returns to North America in 2016 to continue its amazing journey through fifty years of Pink Floyd, and the vast and incredible catalogue of music they have given us. As well as performing the favourite moments from The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall and The Division Bell... Brit Floyd will treat audiences to its show-stopping rendition of Echoes, in its entirety, from the landmark album Meddle, as well as a host of other Pink Floyd musical gems.

Brit Floyd lead vocalist, guitarist & musical director, Damian Darlington, said, “The audience reaction to the Space and Time show in 2015 was so positive that we've decided to continue that theme in 2016 with Space and Time CONTINUUM, and we aim to deliver an even stronger performance for everyone. There is so much quality material to choose from across the Pink Floyd repertoire, and we will definitely be trying a few different songs this time around as well as including all the favourites.”

With a spectacular new million dollar light show and state of the art video design... and an even bigger stage production, Brit Floyd - Space and Time CONTINUUM promises to be the most ambitious and best Brit Floyd show yet.

‘The perfect rock show’ - LA Times
'Magnificent… a musical masterpiece’ - Ticketmaster

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Thursday 3rd Mar Johnstown PA Cambria War Memorial Arena

Friday 4th Mar Pittsburgh PA Benedum Center

Saturday 5th Mar Pittsburgh PA Benedum Center

Monday 7th Mar South Bend IN Morris Center

Tuesday 8th Mar Toledo OH Huntingdon Center

Wednesday 9th Mar Grand Rapids MI De Vos Performance Hall

Friday 11th Mar Cincinnati OH Taft Theatre

Saturday 12th Mar St Louis MO Peabody Opera House

Monday 14th Mar Davenport IA Adler Theatre

Wednesday 16th Mar Springfield IL Sangamon Auditorium

Thursday 17th Mar Milwaukee WI Riverside

Friday 18th Mar Chicago IL Theatre

Saturday 19th Mar Detroit MI Opera House

Monday 21st Mar London ON RBC Theatre at Budweiser Gardens

Tuesday 22nd Mar Hamilton ON Hamilton Place Theatre
Thursday 24th Mar Montreal QC Bell Centre

Friday 25th Mar Quebec QC Grand Theatre

Saturday 26th Mar Rama ON Casino Rama

Tuesday 29th Mar Akron OH Civic Theatre

Thursday 31st Mar Indianapolis IN Murat Theatre

Friday 1st Apr Erie PA Warner Theatre

Saturday 2nd Apr Baltimore MD Lyric Opera House

Sunday 3rd Apr Worcester MA Hanover Theatre

Tuesday 5th Apr Providence RI VETS

Thursday 7th Apr Lynn MA Memorial Auditorium

Friday 8th Apr New York NY Beacon Theatre

Saturday 9th Apr Wallingford CT Oakdale Theatre

Sunday 10th Apr Wilkes-Barre PA Kirby Center

Tuesday 12th Apr Buffalo NY Shea's Performing Arts Center

Thursday 14th Apr Manchester NH Verizon Arena

Friday 15th Apr Hershey PA Hershey Theatre

Saturday 16th Apr Hershey PA Hershey Theatre

Monday 18th Apr New Brunswick NJ State Theatre

Tuesday 19th Apr Burlington VT Flynn Center

Wednesday 20th Apr Rochester NY Auditorium Theatre

Friday 22nd Apr Atlantic City NJ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

Saturday 23rd Apr Bethelehem PA Sands Event Center

Sunday 24th Apr Huntington NY Paramount


Tuesday 7th June Salt Lake City UT Maverik Center

Thursday 9th June Denver CO Red Rocks

Friday 10th June Kansas City MO Midland Theatre

Saturday 11th June Tulsa OK Brady Theatre

Sunday 12th June Little Rock AR Verizon Arena

Tuesday 14th June Birmingham AL BJCC Concert Hall

Wednesday 15th June Charlotte NC Ovens Auditoirum

Friday 17th June Louisville KY Palace Theatre

Saturday 18th June Atlanta GA The Fox Theatre

Sunday 19th June Durham NC Performing Arts Centre

Monday 20th June Jacksonville FL Florida Theatre

Wednesday 22nd June Miami FL The Fllmore at Jackie Gleason Theater

Thursday 23rd June Fort Myers FL Barbara B Mann PAH

Friday 24th June Clearwater FL Ruth Eckerd Hall

Saturday 25th June Pensacola FL Saenger Theatre

Monday 27th June Houston TX Bayou Center

Tuesday 28th June Grand Prairie TX Verizon Arena

Wednesday 29th June Austin TX Cedar Park Center

Friday 1st July Phoenix AZ Comerica Theatre

Saturday 2nd July Las Vegas NV The Joint

Sunday 3rd July Reno NV Grand Sierra Resort

Tuesday 5th July San Diego CA Civic Theatre

Thursday 7th July San Fransisco CA Warfield Theatre

Friday 8th July Saratoga CA Mountain Winery

Saturday 9th July Saratoga CA Mountain Winery

Sunday 10th July Sonoma County CA Sonoma Mountain Village Event Center

Wednesday 13th July Eugene OR Hult Center

Thursday 14th July Portland OR Keller Auditorium

Friday 15th July Seattle WA WAMU Theatre

Saturday 16th July Vancouver BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Tuesday 19th July Calgary AB Jack Singer Concert Hall

Wednesday 20th July Edmonton AB Winspear Centre

Friday 22nd July Winnipeg MB Centennial Concert Hall

Saturday 23rd July Minneapolis MN Northrop Auditorium

Monday 25th July Madison Overture Hall

Wednesday 27th July Huber Heights OH Music Center @ The Heights

Thursday 28th July Columbus OH The LC Pavilion 

Saturday 30th July Cleveland OH Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

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