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Even more shows have been announced as part of Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets 2020 tour.
The dates unveiled see the band visiting Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Croatia, Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria!
June 14th – October Concert Hall / BKZ Oktyabrsky, St. Petersburg, Russia June 15th – Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia June 19th – Arenele Romane, Bucharest, Romania June 20th – NDK – National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria June 21st – Sava Centar, Belgrade, Serbia June 22nd – Budapest Park, Budapest, Hungary June 24th – InMusic Festival, Zagreb, Croatia June 28th – Z7 Summer Nights, Pratteln, Switzerland
Tickets go on sale at 9am UK/10am CET on Friday (February 21st)
Remember to check back for our 2020 Tour Room overhaul, coming soon!
Pink Floyd - A Fleeting GlimpsePosted on by Liam C
On the 17th February Eric Clapton’s tribute concert for Ginger Baker took place in London, A number of highly acclaimed musicians took to the stage to pay there respects to Ginger Baker the former Cream drummer.
Roger Watersgracefully took to the stage for a sweltering rendition of White Roomwhich also featured Ronnie Wood providing secondary guitars, before blistering into the classic Cream songSunshine Of Your Love
This was Roger’s first time playing on stage with Eric Clapton since 2006, and 36 years since they toured together for The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking in 1984.
Eric Clapton and Roger Water - Sunshine of your Love - Eventim Apollo - London 17 February 2020
Eric Clapton, Roger Waters and Ronnie Wood - White Room - Eventim Apollo - London 17 February 2020
Polly Samson has announced a series of three evenings of “words and music” in the UK. The special events will take place in March and April in Manchester, Birmingham and London and will feature an interview with Polly Samson, as well as readings, film and live music.
The audience will be transported to the Greek island of Hydra in 1960, and a world dancing on the edge of revolution, where a circle of poets, painters, writers and musicians live tangled lives. It’s a story of utopian dreams and innocence lost, of the troubled King and Queen of Bohemia, Charmian Clift and George Johnson, of a young poet named Leonard Cohen, and his Marianne; and of Erica Hart, an 18-year-old in search of answers.
David Gilmour will appear, playing live music, including a new song written by David and Polly, titled Yes, I Have Ghosts.
Tickets for the three evenings are on sale now, just head to the links below!