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Pink Floyd Tribute Rocks Redcliffe

Story: Alyssa Mackay
Published On : Jul 23, 2022
Pink Floyd Tribute Rocks Redcliffe
Australia’s premier Pink Floyd concept show is coming to Redcliffe for the first time.

Echoes of Pink Floyd are bringing the sights and sounds of a Pink Floyd concert to the Redcliffe Entertainment Centre this month with their A Journey Through Time tour.

Lead vocalist Matt Goodluck said the concert would give fans the opportunity to hear a broad selection from the band’s vast back catalogue.

“We go all the way back to the band’s beginnings in 1967 and touch on pivotal points in their career up to their final proper studio album in 1994,” Matt said. “In the past we’ve never really delved into the band’s earlier work so it’s been fun for us to explore that a bit and it’s gone down really well with audiences.

“This show has impressive lighting and we use custom video projections that relate to the music to give audiences a full audio visual experience.”

The set list will include Pink Floyd’s biggest hits like Money, Wish You Were Here and Another Brick in the Wall, as well as fan favourites from the Animals album from 1977.

“This time out we’re playing two songs from that album that we’ve never done before along with a couple of tracks from the 80’s and 90’s that we’ve not previously covered,” Matt said. “But you’ll have to come along to the show to find out what they are!”

The Adelaide-based band was formed in 2009 by lead guitarist Daniel Hunter, who taught himself to play David Gilmour’s iconic guitar solos. He met drummer Jason Miller and they began playing the local pub scene before moving onto regional theatres. Now a six-piece band, they tour theatres all over the country.

“This is our first time to Redcliffe so it’ll be very exciting to come up and play there,” Matt said. “It looks like a beautiful part of the country and we always love playing to new audiences and getting to see different parts of Australia.

“It’s been quite a journey and we all feel it’s such a huge privilege to play this amazing music for fans across the country.”

We are giving away a double pass to the show. To be in the running, simply follow the Redcliffe Guide Facebook page and comment on the Echoes of Pink Floyd post. Winners will be notified via direct message on 15 August.

To book tickets go to

Echoes of Pink Floyd – A Journey Through Time
Saturday, 20 August, 8pm
Redcliffe Entertainment Centre
Downs Street, Redcliffe.