The Australian Pink Floyd Show are a tribute band of Pink Floyd. Formed in 1988 in South Australia, they are considered by some to play shows that closely duplicate actual Pink Floyd concerts.
Allegedly, they are the only Pink Floyd tribute band to have recreated David Gilmour’s guitar set up, including the rare box used to create the whale sounds in Echoes (of which only four are said to exist, the other three being owned by Gilmour).
The band have performed at David Gilmour’s 50th birthday in 1996, and on November 26th 2001, played at the Royal Albert Hall in London, being joined with the choir from Islington Green School for a rendition of Another Brick in The Wall (Part 2). Roger Waters is reported to have attended this performance.
In 2008 they started to tour a full production of The Wall.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show is available for corporate events, private shows, milestone celebrations (birthday, anniversary), fundraisers, festivals, and more.