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You can catch The Gilmour Project at Palace Theatre in Greensburg, showing May 16, 2023

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500 N Market St, Wilmington, DE 19801

The Gilmour Project

Closed May 27, 2022

an all-star band performing the music of David Gilmour's Pink Floyd

Why See The Gilmour Project?

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50th anniversary of dark side of the moon

2023 is notable for many reasons, but for Pink Floyd fans, it marks the 50th Anniversary of the band's exalted masterpiece; The Dark Side of the Moon: A Piece for Assorted Lunatics, one of the most influential prog records of all time. The Gilmour Project understands this, and as such are setting out on a mammoth coast-to-coast tour, to bring the record to you live it in its entirety.

With a focus on David Gilmour's own contribution (but by no means disregarding the work of the rest of the band) expect an unforgettable evening that recreates the record's iconic January 1972 live debut in immaculate detail - down to Gilmour's own experimental improvisations.

Comprising of highly talented musicians including Jeff Pevar (guitar), Prairie Prince (drums), Kasim Sulton (bass), Mark Karan (guitar), and Scott Guberman (keyboards), The Gilmour Project is set to be one of the most detailed and respectful Pink Floyd experiences ever!

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Performance date: 27 May 2022


You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

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6 reviews, average rating: (2.0 Stars)

2.0 star rating

Jim Carr: “Live at the Strand”

Fantastic show. Songs from the Albums that matter. "Dark Side of the Moon",... more

Sandy: “Singing wasn’t good”

the concert was a bit disappointing. The guitar playing was great. Loved... more

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