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Think Floyd USA
Think Floyd USA
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Date/Time
Saturday, February 2nd, 2013
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location
Shank Hall

Think Floyd USA is the #1 rated production tribute to Pink Floyd in the Midwest.  From the pulsing “Run Like Hell” to the soulful lead guitar solo of “Shine On Crazy Diamond”; from the searing vocals in “Great Gig in the Sky” to the grand finale sing-along, “Comfortably Numb”, TFUSA weaves their story through nine incredibly talented musicians.. TFUSA invites the audiences to participate, to sing-a-long, and to be part of the show; all the while maintaining the integrity and power of Pink Floyd.

Think Floyd USA satisfies even the most hard core Pink Floyd fan by often performing entire albums along with many “deep-cut” favorites.

Tickets are on sale now for $20 at shankall.com and  the Shank Hall Box Office (fees may apply). This is a 21+ show.

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