WIN TICKETS: Brit Floyd Returns to Bangor to Celebrate 50 Years of Dark Side of the Moon
It's been a minute since Brit Floyd came around Bangor.
Like most things, the pandemic put the kibosh on our Brit Floyd experiences over the last few years. And I tell ya, anyone I've ever talked to who's seen them has done nothing but rave about them relentlessly. I have one friend who swears if you just close your eyes, you'd swear it was Pink Floyd.
But who'd wanna do that? the whole point of the experience is the truly astounding light show. And Brit Floyd really delivers on that angle. So I'd argue you don't need to close your eyes, just watch the cool light show, and not so much of the performers themselves. But even that isn't cool, because these musicians are top-notch!
The wait is finally over. Brit Floyd Returns this fall. Want to win tickets?
On Friday, October 27, Brit Floyd will return to the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. That alone would be pretty badass. But they'll also be featuring Dark Side of the Moon as DSOTM turns 50 years old this year. Crazy, right? But if you know anything about Brit Floyd, the experience will be unforgettable.
If you are a fan of Pink Floyd at all and don't have tickets, we might be able to hook you up. Just listen to the I-95 Morning Show this week right around 7 a.m. as we play "Wicked Easy Trivia." If you're the right caller and can answer our "wicked easy" question, we're going to hook you up with a pair of tickets to the show.
If you don't get to play, no worries! Once you hear the correct answer, just enter it below and you'll have another shot to win. Plus, you can get bonus entries for hooking up with us on social media.
Get ready for a killer night of music this October. Good luck!
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