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Join Marcus Allen and the ‘KLH Road Crew on Black Friday, November 28th from 6a-8a at Blain’s Farm & Fleet on 5th & Rawson in Oak Creek!
Friday, November 28th at Turner Hall Ballroom
Friday, November 28 at The Northern Lights Theater at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
Covering material from “Piper at the Gates of Dawn” through “Division Bell”, THINK FLOYD USA, takes the listener on a musical and visual flight through the Pink Floyd galaxy. Recognized as THE AMERICAN PINK FLOYD SHOW, THINK FLOYD USA comes ready to impress. Performing all of Pink Floyd’s classic hits from legendary albums in their entirety, such as The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Animals and the all-time classic Dark Side of the Moon.
Features include: dynamic sound effects, original video projections, dazzling choreographed lighting design, full laser production, and nine of USA’s finest musicians, you’ll “THINK” FLOYD was right there playing in front of you.
Tickets on sale now for $25 at the Shank Hall box office, ticketweb.com or by phone at 866-468-3401.
All shows 21+. Plenty of street parking available. Go to shankhall.com for more info
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