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Brit Floyd brings 'Eclipse World Tour,' 45 years of 'The Dark Side of the Moon,' to Artpark

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Mon, Mar 19th 2018 11:00 am
Brit Floyd (Image provided by Artpark & Company)
Brit Floyd (Image provided by Artpark & Company)
Artpark & Company announced Monday a return date for Brit Floyd. The premier Pink Floyd tribute band will bring its "Eclipse World Tour 2018" to Lewiston - promising "45 years of The Dark Side of the Moon' " - on July 31. The 7 p.m. "Tuesdays in the Park" concert series event will take place in the Outdoor Amphitheater.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, March 23. Pricing for the concert is as follows: advance general admission (carry-in chairs permitted), $12; front-of-stage (standing-room-only), $27; and reserved seating (numbered chairs provided), $27.
Purchase tickets online at www.artpark.net or www.tickets.com, by phone at 1-888-223-6000, or in person at the Artpark box office (450 S. Fourth St., Lewiston; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays).
Ticket prices include facility fee; additional fees apply for online and phone orders. General admission lawn tickets increase by $5 when purchased the week of the concert.
Brit Floyd performed at Artpark in 2017. Click HERE for photos.
This concert joins the previously announced "Tuesdays in the Park" presented by M&T Bank shows: Steven Tyler with The Loving Mary Band (June 12, $17-$77); Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton (July 3, $17-$77), Barenaked Ladies with Better Than Ezra and KT Tunstall (July 10, $12-$17), Tedeschi Trucks Band feat. Drive-By Truckers and The Marcus King Band (July 17, $14-$19), and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue featuring Galactic, Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Friends (Aug. 14, $12-$37).
General admission "TIP" season packages (12 concerts in the series, running June 12-Aug. 28) are on sale now for $156.
Visit artpark.net for additional information.
More concert announcements will be coming soon.
Brit Floyd, live on stage. (Photo by Paul Citone, provided by Artpark & Company)

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