Perfect Alibi play the Corn Hall, Cirencester

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Perfect Alibi play the Corn Hall, Cirencester

Top Pink Floyd tribute band, Perfect Alibi will be performing at The Corn Hall, Cirencester, on Saturday 8th July.

For more than 15 years Perfect Alibi have been stunning audiences with their own amazing tribute to the magical world of Pink Floyd.

The show features tracks from Obscured by Clouds, Meddle, Darkside Of The Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Division Bell.

Cotswold District Council Events Officer Rik Husdan said: "They are possibly the most enjoyable Pink Floyd tribute around today. If you closed your eyes you would be hard pressed to find any difference between Perfect Alibi and the real thing."

“Perfect Alibi not only give the audience authentic reproductions of the music they love, but also a show with lighting, lasers and projections. Now in their 15th year, they get better with every show – come and see for yourselves!”

Tickets cost £10 in advance (available from Cirencester Tourist Information Centre on 01285 654180) and £12 on the door.

Posted : 15/06/2006 18:03:05

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