|CMP's Pink Floyd Tribute Tour Goes British from 2011|
|Saturday, 21 August 2010 18:52|
CMP Entertainment's annually promoted Pink Floyd tribute tour will feature 'Brit Floyd' rather than 'The Australian Pink Floyd Show' from 2011.
Chas Cole, CMP's promoter said, "In recent years TAPFS tours have featured primarily British musicians and its come to the point where a British show is more appropriate. CMP doesn't want to stretch the goodwill of Pink Floyd or the fans and therefore, now is a good time to change."
Everything else about this new 'Brit Floyd' tour will remain unchanged. Including the quality of the sound, lights and animation.
Randy Salcedo, from CAA in Los Angeles, is the world wide agent for 'Brit Floyd'.
CMP have produced over 1,000 Pink Floyd tribute shows over the past 15 years including dates in the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Malta and Israel.
Spring and Summer 2011 tour dates. The European tour will be announced soon.