The Aussie Floyd Show 2011 reveals worlds first use of 3D Stereographic Visuals on tour

The live touring sensation, The Australian Pink Floyd Show (TAPFS), are back on tour with a series of headline shows across the UK and Europe featuring a world first for rock concerts – 3D Stereographic Visuals.

The band have recruited Hollywood visual effects legend John Attard who has worked on films such as Gladiator, Last Samurai, Harry Potter, Holes and many more. Attard realized that by augmenting the shows with 3D elements he could bring the level of audience involvement in the show to a whole new dimension. The whole show is a visual overload of the senses. Not only from the visuals but from the immersive quadraphonic sound.

Pink Floyd were always a multimedia experience and it seems fitting that TAPFS should be the first to bring the 3D experience to a rock concert. The 3D used in TAPFS is the same as that used in cinemas. The Audience wears 3D polarised glasses, stereo images are then sent to the eyes and the brain sees the whole thing in 3D. Look out for the song Eugene where the audience experience high speed 3D explosions of TV’s!

Add to all that the incomparable laser light show, the quadraphonic sound system, and of course the inevitable inflatables and you have an incredible, spectacular experience waiting for you on TAPFS 2011 Tour. You can see a preview at

UK Tickets are now on sale and can be booked through or or 0844 576 5483 (24 hours). Tickets are selling fast and three shows are already sold out with limited availability on some of the remaining venues! Tickets are priced at £27.50 regional and London £29.50 and are subject to a booking fee.

For further information and European Tour ticket information please see the bands website at

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