Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra announces Pink Floyd tribute concert

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  • Courtesy of the Orchester Symphonique de Saint Louis
  • The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra has added two more concerts for the spring.

If you are already enthusiastic about the concert films of the Orchester symphonique de Saint Louis which include Harry potter and Indiana Jones, we have great news for you: another special night is planned by the organization, but this one is a tribute to the classic rock band Pink Floyd.

Two additional concerts by the Orchester Symphonique de Saint Louis will take over Powell Room (718 North Grand Boulevard, 314-534-1700) in spring. The first is scheduled for February 26, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. The SLSO has planned Pink Floyd’s music, which features the orchestra paying homage to the band and playing hit songs such as “Money”, “Learning to Fly”, “Comfortably Numb” and more. Vocalist Randy Jackson will join the orchestra for the performances, along with rock band and guest conductor Brent Havens.

This is not the first time that the SLSO has dedicated a space to classical groups: they have also organized homage parties to Led Zeppelin and the Beatles.

Also added to the program are two concerts given with Ben Folds, the singer-songwriter and pianist. Folds has performed with other orchestras, as well as five times with the SLSO; he was last here in February 2020 and sold his show. Its two shows are scheduled for April 1 and 2, 2022.


Tickets are on sale now. It costs $ 35 to Pink Floyd’s music, while tickets for the show with Folds are $ 55. Purchase tickets by visiting slso.org or by calling the box office at 314-534-1700. A negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination is required to enter Powell Hall and masks are also required.

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