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Brit Floyd Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (4.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 68



4.0 star rating James from Charleston, West Virginia


Not one song from Animals. And for some reason they did not perform Great Gig in the Sky? They veered from the set list they have been performing in shows past during this tour. Bass player/vocalist Ian Cattell did perform with the band last night either. This band is so awesome. They have set the bar so high that I was somewhat disappointed last night. We’ll catch them next time but last night was my least favorite show in my opinion.

4.0 star rating Kelly from Dallas, Texas


It was a great show and will see them again if they come through town. But remember they are a tribute band and not perfect as was the case last night. In the encore while playing Run Like Hell they forgot the last verse verse and sang the first one twice. Or political correctness got to them and couldn’t sing in back seat trying to pick her locks going to send you back to mother in a cardboard box. Other than that great show.

4.0 star rating Jay from San Diego, California


4th time seeing this incredible group. All super musicians!! Damian Darlington may be the BEST guitarist on the planet!! Light show gets better every performance. Solo sax musician (missed his name) "US & Them" was phenomenal! Only demerits: missed seeing the Floating Pink PIG. "Great Gig in the Sky" should always be a SOLO. 4 3/4 stars overall. Look forward to their return to San Diego in 2024!!!

3.0 star rating Gerry from Spokane, Washington


As always, Damian Darlington and all the band that make up Brit Floyd did a phenomenal job in performing awesome music, presenting the light show, and delivering a very worthy tribute to Pink Floyd and keeping their music very much alive. Once again, The Great Gig in the Sky brought the house down. However, I thought the acoustics were very poor. Too quiet for the first few songs, then over-amped as the show continued. The drums were too loud, drowning out the great guitar work and vocals. Must have been only a cursory sound check before the show. Very poor definition and imaging, and even some distortion. Please do better next time (I will be there!).

3.0 star rating Kiwi from Toledo, Ohio


Fourth time seeing this amazing band in Toledo, but this show lacked the dynamic punch the previous shows had in abundance. Better lights and a couple songs i hadnt heard before, but that spinetingling feeling driven by in-your-chest impact just wasnt there. Damiens guitar is still one of the best, Ians bass guitar is still loose, slow and boomy. Good "great gig in the sky" but Emily Jolands does it best, and i was really looking forward to hearing her again. Dynamic punch plays a big hand in how this vocal is perceived and this one missed because it was not loud enough. Everyone around me was yelling "Turn it up !" all night. The Stage was moved to the halfway point in the Huntington arena, and there were still empty seats, so maybe Toledo is turning into tone of their smaller venues. Understandable if everyones heart was not quite into it ! To me this was about 70% of the best Brit Floyd can be !

3.0 star rating Jo Jo from Detroit, Michigan


The band was good but they missed the boat. Only 3 stars as they didn't play a lot of the great classics; many of the others they could have kept out ....Missing Shine on you crazy diamond, welcome to the machine, Us & Them, Hey You, Learning to fly.

3.0 star rating Nick from Vancouver, British Columbia


Our 4th time seeing Brit Floyd live, this was the best show musically and visually but too loud. We like our music loud, but some people around us in the Balcony complained and a few as in previous shows on this tour left......

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