Australian Pink Floyd Dazzle With Sound & Lights at Caesars Windsor

The Australian Pink Floyd Show returned to Caesars Windsor recreating the psychedelic music of the iconic English rock band along with an elaborate light show thrilling the audience on Sunday night (Oct. 6). The concert was, as keyboardist Jason Sawford told the crowd, the first of several Canadian stops on their “All That You Love” 2019 World Tour.

Australian Pink Floyd band member Chris Barnes (Vocals)

Australian Pink Floyd band member Chris Barnes (Vocals) performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

The tour features classics from Pink Floyd albums Meddle, The Dark Side of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall, and more. The band kicked of their set, to a cheering audience in a packed Colosseum, from behind a silhouette curtain, with the all instrumental trippy track, Obscured by Clouds, off Pink Floyd’s seventh studio album of the same name released in 1972. The curtain raised and band then jumped right into two of their bigger hits performing Another Brick In The Wall and Wish You Were Here.

Australian Pink Floyd Light Show

Light show and display part of the Australian Pink Floyd show while they are performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

All the while their signature light show, which included a large round video screen, along with their flawless recreation of Pink Floyd’s music dazzled the crowd. The experience felt like a perfect recreation of a live Pink Floyd concert during the band’s late World Tours. When Another Brick In The Wall was performed a giant Schoolmaster character,associated with Pink Floyd’s The Wall album, was inflated and slowly moved and danced on the stage. Images and words flashed on the screen; they included words such as Obey and Trust, and images such as as daggars, radio active hazard symbols, and the tribute band’s signature purple kangaroo. Before the band played Wish You Were Here, videos flashed of the screen featureing clips that included Crocodile Dundee, Men at Work’s Down Under music video, and AC/DC’s Back In Black music video.

Australian Pink Floyd The Schoolmaster

A giant inflatable character representing The Schoolmaster off of Pink Floyd’s The Wall album moving on stage while The Australian Pink Floyd performs at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd put on a concert with perfect note for note recreations of Pink Floyd’s iconic music along with a visual extravaganza thrilling the crowd leaving no doubts why this band has been called the “world’s greatest tribute band.”

For more about the Australian Pink Floyd Show visit https://www.aussiefloyd.com

Australian Pink Floyd

Australian Pink Floyd performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd backup vocalists Lorelei McBroom, Emily Lynn, and Lara Smiles

Australian Pink Floyd back up vocalists, from left Lorelei McBroom, Emily Lynn, and Lara Smiles performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd band member Jason Sawford (Keyboards)

Australian Pink Floyd band member Jason Sawford (Keyboards) talking to the audience at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd band member Steve Mac (Guitar / Vocals)

Australian Pink Floyd band member Steve Mac (Guitar / Vocals) performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd band member Ricky Howard (Bass / Vocals)

Australian Pink Floyd band member Ricky Howard (Bass / Vocals) performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd band member David Domminney Fowler (Guitar / Vocals)

Australian Pink Floyd band member David Domminney Fowler (Guitar / Vocals) performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

Australian Pink Floyd

Australian Pink Floyd performing at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Photo by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.

The show was the second in the Caesars Windsor Cares 2019 Concerts For A Cure Series. The next show happens on October 10 featuring Million Dollar Quartet, an energetic, critically-acclaimed show inspired by the phenomenal true story of the famed 1956 recording session that brought four young musicians together at Sun Records in Memphis, rock ’n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions of all.

Additional shows in the Concerts For A Cure Series include Billy Ray Cyrus – All Ages (Oct 17), The Chieftains & Glass Tiger (Oct 18), Daughtry (Oct 24), Jim Gaffigan (Nov 3), Walk off the Earth with special guest, fast rising local pop singer Christie Palace (Christie Palazzolo) opening the all ages concert (Nov 7), Logic – Ages 16+ (Nov 10), City and Colour (Nov 20), Charlie Brown Christmas – All Ages (Nov 23) and We Will Rock You – All Ages (Nov 29 & 30).

For more information or to purchase tickets please visit the Caesars Windsor Box Office or online go to https://www.caesars.com/caesars-windsor/shows