Pink Floyd’s Evolution is heading to Shepparton, South Morang, Narre Warren and Melbourne this July

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Pink Floyd’s Evolution is heading to Shepparton, South Morang, Narre Warren and Melbourne this July

Words by Staff Writer

Following their 2023 lively concert celebration of The Dark Side Of The Moon, held at both The Melbourne Town Hall and Darling Harbour Theatre, Sydney, The Future Factory return with a stellar Pink Floyd performance.

With an impressive CV of promotions under their belt across a range of entertainment mediums, The Future Factory returns, presenting Pink Floyd’s Evolution tour.

Pink Floyd’s Evolution Vic Tour Dates

  • Thursday 18 July – Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre, South Morang
  • Friday 19 July – Bunjil Place, Narre Warren
  • Saturday 20 July – Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne
  • Sunday 21 July – Riverlinks Eastbank, Shepparton

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Heading on an East Coast adventure through Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, with shows at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre, South Morang, Bunjil Place, Narre Warren, the glorious Melbourne Recital Centre and Riverlinks Eastbank in Shepparton, Pink Floyd’s Evolution takes audiences on an auditory journey of the music pioneers catalogue.

Intersecting the kaleidoscopic arrangements of the British progressive rock band, the concert will cover the 23-minute compilation album Echoes, the acclaimed 1973 masterpiece The Dark Side Of The Moon and the Syd Barrett tribute nine-part piece ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’ as performed by a deeply talented collective.

Spearheading the project is music director James Ryan. Ryan has an impressive performance resume, playing with greats Ross Wilson, Vanessa Amorosi, Men at Work and Russell Morris. He will be on guitars for the Pink Floyd’s Evolution. Roger Mason of Models, Icehouse, Gary Newman and Wall of Voodoo fame, will be offering the electronic elements. Kit Riley of The Badloves and Ross Wilson contribution will be on bass duty and Haydn Meggitt will take Nick Mason’s seat in the drums and percussion seat. Melbourne Ska ORchestra and John Butler Trio performer Pete Mitchell will be taking on the saxophone and guitar. The vocal performance will be shared by powerhouse performers Olivia Nathan (Vanessa Amorosi, Katie Cole, Tommy Rando) and Susie Goble (Miley Cyrus, U2, Icehouse).

Kicking off at the pointy top of Australia in Cairns on 4 July, the tour will head south for 12 shows, ending in Shepparton on 21 July.

Tickets can be purchased here.