Earlier this year 3000 people witnessed Eclipse pay homage to Pink Floyd with a sight and sound spectacular staged aside a full-sized replica of ancient Stonehenge in the rolling hills of Wairarapa. Lights and lasers lit the night sky as NZ’s ultimate Floyd tribute show entertained the crowd with a hit-filled set that was described by all those present as “nothing short of superb”.
Pink Floyd has never been a band to do things by halves. From the 1971 performance amidst the ruins of Pompeii to the star-studded concert atop the remnants of the Berlin Wall, their over-the-top live shows have become the most talked about events in the history of rock.
At sunset on the 31st of January 2015, New Zealanders will get a taste of such events when Eclipse – the country’s top Pink Floyd tribute show, pay homage to the legend of Pink Floyd by staging a sight and sound spectacular at Black Barn Vineyard in the beautiful surrounds of the Hawke’s Bay wine country.
Featuring a state of the art Sound System and the kind of lighting effects that Pink Floyd themselves would be proud of, the concert will see the Black Barn dome transformed in a blaze of colour and light as Eclipse play selections from The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Momentary Lapse Of Reason and The Division Bell as well as performing classic album Dark Side Of The Moon in its entirety.
For Hawke’s Bay locals and all those visiting the region on this weekend, the concert will be the perfect way to end a glorious Summer’s day. Because of the intimate and rural nature of the setting, ticket numbers are limited to just 1800.
Food and drink will be available on site.
This will be a live show like no other – a combination of stunning sounds, amazing visual effects and the magical location of Black Barn. Add in the music of one of the world’s greatest ever bands and you have the kind of evening that is truly unmissable.
For booking details, follow this link: http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2015/eclipse-pink-floyd-tribute/havelock-north
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