European Tour Rattle That Lock

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The European tour 2016 of “Rattle That Lock” began, in Poland. This is the playlist of 25th June 2016:

First Half: 5 A.M. - Rattle That Lock - Faces of Stone - Wish You Were Here - What Do You Want From Me - A Boat Lies Waiting - The Blue – Money - Us and Them - In Any Tongue - High Hopes I Second Half: One of These Days - Shine On You Crazy Diamond -Dancing Right In Front of Me - Coming Back To Life - On an Island - The Girl In the Yellow Dress -Today – Sorrow - Run Like Hell Bis Time - Breathe Reprise - Comfortably Numb

Great expectations for the rest of the tour, especially in Pompeii, where people can also see the photographic exhibition “Pink Floyd live at Pompeii” by the famous Adrian Maben.


June 2016

25th Wroclaw, Square/Plac Wolnosci, Poland

27th Wien, Schloss Schonbrunn, Austria

28th Wien, Schloss Schonbrunn, Austria


July 2016

2nd Roma, Circo Massimo, Italy

3rd Roma, Circo Massimo, Italy

7th Pompei, Anfiteatro di Pompei, Italy

8th Pompei, Anfiteatro di Pompei, Italy

10th Verona, Arena di Verona, Italy

11th Verona, Arena di Verona, Italy

14th Stuttgart, Schlossplatz, Germany

16th Chantilly, Chateau de Chantilly, France

18th Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden Bowling Green, Germany

20th Nimes, Les Arenes de Nimes, France

21st Nimes, Les Arenes de Nimes, France

23rd Arc-et-senans, Saline Royale D'arc-et-senans, France

27th Tienen, Grote Markt, Belgium

28th Tienen, Grote Markt, Belgium


September 2016

London, Royal Albert Hall, England


Echoes from Pompei with special guest Adrian Maben

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Saturday 23rd April, Theatre Di Costanzo Mattiello, at 9.00pm in Pompeii (Na)

Adrian Maben live at Pompeii

On April 23, 2016, the music of Pink Floyd in Pompeii returns to resound with Echoes from Pompeii, an event that has as its protagonist the English band that better than anyone else rewrote entire chapters of rock music, declined in all its forms. To be at the forefront of the evening, the newly formed Association Live At Pompeii as main sponsor which, under the auspices of town of Pompeii, in Campania region and with the support of the Roman law firm, will take the Pink Bricks on the stage of the theater Di Costanzo Mattiello in Pompeii, one of the most acclaimed tribute band and appreciated throughout the country. The band will perform the most representative songs of Pink Floyd, some of these rearranged in acoustic and totally unprecedented, thanks to the support of the quartet Harmonia arches, formed by musicians from Campania.

The event comes 45 years after the very celebrated Live At Pompeii, the documentary film shot in the amphitheater of the Excavations in October of 1971 and released in 1974, directed by Adrian Maben. Echoes from Pompeii will be preceded by a press conference inside the theater, where the new association will present itself to the public, explaining the initiatives in the pipeline for this 2016, all centered on the music of the Pink Floyd.

The Pink Bricks carry around Italy the great Pink Floyd hits for 8 years, representing them so very true. The tribute band boasts the participation in two of the most acclaimed events the peninsula dedicated to Gilmour & Co., Atom At Night 2013 at the Ravello Festival and the Atom Acts Paestum 2014 held inside the archaeological site of the city. With their engaging live performance, the Pink Bricks have conquered not only the public who crowd their concerts, but Sir Adrian Maben who listened to them and appreciated on June 27 in 2015 at Angri (Sa), so want them to be at the opening of his photo exhibition of Pompeii.

The Association Live At Pompeii was founded in January 2016 with the aim of spreading all that featured Pink Floyd's career, through the organization and the realization of concerts, shows and photographic exhibitions. The founding members are Matteo Apuzzo, Francesco Romano, Vincenzo Tranchese, Antonello Buonocore and Alessio D'Amaro.

To buy the tickets, you can contact at the phone numbers +39 339 64 23 306 – +39 338 44 97 216 – +39 335 83 71 815 – +39 3388871734 – +39 349 85 51 914 or you can directly go to Roman Law Firm, street Enrico Fermi 4, Scafati (Sa) Tel. +39 0818504488 – +39 0818506328

The ticket price is 15 euro

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The legendary Pink Floyd concert in Venice comes alive in an exhibition

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The Night Of Wonders celebrates the 25th anniversary of the concert with photos and documents

(Interview with Alberto Durgante, president of the Cultural Association, at Radio One Veneto)

Relive the famous Pink Floyd concert in Venice in 1989 in an exhibition. We talked to Hello Veneto One with the president of Floydseum, Alberto Durgante, who has designed and built an exhibition in Venice in the former Church of Santa Marta and now we're going to present.

A beautiful sunny day greeted this past Saturday, July 12, the opening of the exhibition "The Night Of Wonders", a new ambitious project of the Cultural Floydseum that intends to repeat the success of "Outside The Wall", a series of shows and events held last July in Padua in conjunction with the Roger Waters concert at the stadium Euganeo.

This time the main theme is the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the famous Pink Floyd concert held on a floating stage placed in front of Piazza san Marco, on July 15, 1989. Luxurious After the prologue of Wednesday, July 9 at the Hall Apollinea great the Teatro La Fenice, where it was presented the "the making of Ca ira", by Roger Waters, the presence of director Adrian Maben, from 12 July to 26 October is an open exhibition "The Night of Wonders," at the Port Space, the former church of Santa Marta, shed 34. The area outside the usual tourist flows, is in fact beyond the call of the big cruise ships, which can be seen to arrive and depart from the quay opposite the entrance of the exhibition.

And interesting to remember (when you say coincidences) as, meter meter more or less, it was here that was built floating stage used in concert in 1989, before being transported to Piazza San Marco. The area of the Port of Venice is very charming, rich in industrial archeology that reminds many of the typical themes and environments floydiani, "Wish You Were Here" at all, and can be reached by vaporetto stops in Santa Marta (landed turn to the right and go straight), and San Basilio (landed, turn left and go straight), from walking from Piazzale Roma or rafts along the road that runs along the building of arrival of the people mover.

The exhibition is located in the former Gothic-Romanesque church of Santa Marta, a classic example of how once you knew how to use with wisdom the stone to create a simple yet cozy environments; the churchyard, to welcome the many visitors on Saturday, there was a inflatable pig (guess what color?) 3 meters high and 6 long, to which no one has been able to resist approaching to take a souvenir photo pending the opening the exhibition scheduled for 12 noon.

With slight delay waiting for the guest of honor, the members of Floydseum (Alberto Durgante the president, the vice-president Gianluigi Money, Marco Bonecher, Cal Nicola De Luca Berta, Mattia Crespi, Stefano Torriani, Mauro Fagnani, eminent members from around the world, Massimiliano Viezzi head stand), explained the objectives of the association are those who "not only to celebrate 25 years since Pink Floyd concert but also to continue to spread the culture and art Pink Floyd, an art that is not only musical for which are universally known, but also that of the image (think of the beautiful graphics of Storm Thorgerson), poetry (the marvelous texts, mostly by Roger Waters) and the show (the group has always been a pioneer since the '70s in wanting to combine music on stage and stage effects increasingly complex and innovative)."

For the ribbon-cutting ceremony was called "the man without whom there would have been nothing to celebrate" or Fran Tomasi, promoter and organizer, among other things, the Pink Floyd concert in Venice, 1989; visibly moved by this unexpected tribute to his great masterpiece 25 years ago, Tomasi thanked Floydseum and made ​​an appointment at all for his show "Pink Floyd exhibition, Their mortal remains" to be held from 19 September to the Factory steam Milan.

After the ribbon-cutting ceremony and a toast of good wishes, the entire audience defendant could get to see the show; between the various people agreed were noted Adrian Maben, director of the movie "Pink Floyd at Pompeii" with his wife, Chantal, Stefano Bressani, author of the very special "sculptures dressed", Luigi Pedrazzi of Arteutopia famous gallerist from Milan and friend of Storm Thorgerson, Stefano Tarquini, aka Mr. Pinky, one of the largest collectors in the world of floydian vinyl, authorities and personalities of the Venetian world and many longtime fans, friends and acquaintances.

To read the full interview, click here.


Chit Chat with Oysters

Adrian Maben speaks about "Chit Chat with Oysters, his new documentary about Pink Floyd band.


Fran Tomasi oficially opens the exhibition "The Night of Wonders"

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Over 200 works displayed, tracing the history of the "Venetian Big Concert"

Venice July 12, 2014

It was inaugurated today in the former Church of Santa Marta in Venice, the exhibition dedicated to the Pink Floyd concert on 15 July 1989. And who better than Fran Tomasi could inaugurate "The Night Of Wonders"? Yes he, the creator and organizer of the huge music festival in Venice.

Tomasi, at the time, was one of the most important music promoters, has managed to bring to Italy the biggest rock bands in the world, from Lou Reed to the Rolling Stones, Sting Bruce Springsteen. He is also the man who devised the operation plate for the Olympic stadium in Rome, at the end of the football World Cup. In short, a character with many stories to tell. Although the Pink Floyd concert of 15 July 1989 created huge controversy, Francesco Tomasi, aka Fran, has never repented of having organized this colossal and unique concert that judges, after 25 years, an unrepeatable spectacle.

The exhibition is divided into sections, the tour of Verona in 1989, the origins of the Venetian project with the preparation, the days immediately preceding the concert and the event, up to the concert of Gilmour in 2006. Material comes from professional photographers worked directly in those days, as Guido Harari and Vision Venice Marco Sabbadin and Andrea Pattaro, but also a lot of pictures that come from the fans, as Bob Hassall, who was present on stage. They were selected out of almost 600 shots. A year of work to develop the material to be exhibited.

There are very rare memorabilia, like a poster that was never exposed because the organizers feared that he would attract too many people. Visitors to the exhibition will also see the pictures of the concert projected on a large screen and other video clips of those days on smaller screens. On the walls, there are many examples of famous and not so famous, who attended the concert and wide press coverage at the time, both Italian and foreign. In addition to photographic material, there are works such as the famous Martelli of Marco Lodola, the cloth sculptures of Stefano Bressani and the winners of the online competition created and designed by sculptor painter Grace Marino aka Dadagabem: "The idea was born - Grace Marino points out - for fans and the artists related to Pink Floyd culture, who are many and very good. The selection was made online and were chosen two authors, already well known in the art: Valerio Scarapazzi with Astronomy Domine and Aldo Claudio Medorini with Shine on your Crazy Diamond. To promote young talent has been chosen Giorgia Lembo with Young David Gilmour who is only 19 years." Dadagabem, for the occasion, created a work dedicated to the event titled Crazy Diamond.

In the exhibition, it was displayed "Chit Chat With Oysters" by Adrian Maben, the new unreleased documentary on the band. Fifty-minute black and white film at the studio Europa-Sonor in Paris in December 1971 during the processing to the master of "Echoes" recorded in Pompeii few months earlier.

Alberto Durgante, president of Floydseum thanked Fran Tomasi, Adrian Maben, members of the Floydseum, particularly the vice president Gian Luigi Soldi, all the guests, artists and his staff, reminding that on July 15 there will be the "commemorative cancellation stamp". A stand, just in front of the gates of "The Night Of Wonders", where it will be printed the postmark on the postcards created by Floydseum to be purchased directly at the show, throughout the day.


Adrian Maben (UK)

Honorary member of the Cultural Association "Floydseum"


Director of Scottish origins, he lives and works in France. He is known for having filmed a documentary series about some world famous artists and for having directed between 1971 and 1973, a film in the history of Pink Floyd: "Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii." For the few who do not know, this is a documentary film-recorded concert in the amphitheater of Pompeii, which in 1974 - for cinemas - went enriched with some images taken from a recording of "The Dark Side of moon "that is the Abbey Road Studios.

This feature has always been a unique masterpiece and it is certainly, in its own right, one of the main icons on the British rock group.

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