HU presents Brit Floyd – ‘The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show’  

‘The perfect rock show’ – LA Times

‘Magnificent’ a musical masterpiece! – Ticketmaster

Harrisburg University is thrilled to present Brit Floyd, “The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show,” – live for a two-night stand at the Hershey Theater March 17-18.

Brit Floyd will perform “The Dark Side of the Moon,” “The Wall,” and more… including the iconic song “Echoes,” ‘note-for-note’ and in its entirety during its new production, “Echoes 2020.”

Including highlights from “The Wall,” “The Dark Side of the Moon,” “Wish You Were Here,” “Animals” and “The Division Bell,” and featuring a show stopping 23-minute ‘note-for-note’ performance of the iconic era defining song “Echoes,” written 50 years ago, and from Pink Floyd’s breakthrough 1971 album “Meddle.”

Having performed more than 1,000 shows since its launch in Liverpool, England, in January 2011, Brit Floyd have circled the world, sold out tours across Europe, North America, South America, and the Middle East, and performed concerts at some of the world’s greatest venues, including London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall, the awe-inspiring Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, the historic Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and ‘The Showplace of the Nation’, NYC’s Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan.

The Brit Floyd show has become a phenomenon, widely regarded as the world’s greatest rock tribute show. Faithfully recreating the scale and pomp of the final 1994 Pink Floyd tour, complete with a stunning multi-million-dollar light show, iconic circle screen, lasers, inflatables and theatrics. It really is as good as they say – believe the hype and don’t miss it!

Tickets go on sale Dec. 13 at

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