The Troubadour Foundation presents

A Tribute to Dark Side of the Moon

Saturday 24 February 2018 (opening 7:00 PM)

at Thornbury Theatre - Velvet Room ( venue info )
859 High St, Thornbury VIC

Thornbury Theatre 18+. Children under 18 are permitted if accompanied by a parent or guardian

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General Admission $28.60
Reserved Seating $34.70
Dinner + Show $71.40
Dinner is served on a 50/50 or alternate drop basis. This means that at a table each person will be served alternating dishes. If you want our vegetarian option or have food allergies please email dinner@thethornburytheatre.com with your requirements.

Merging vocal richness and harmony with acoustic, folk, rock, reggae, electric and electronic sound, ‘Festival Folk Sing the Dark Side of the Moon’ celebrates one of the most iconic albums of our time. 15 very fine singers and musicians present a stunning rendition of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon including Alan Pickstock (Tekxture), Bohemian Nights, Carl Pannuzzo, Jacob McGuffie, Josh Bennett, Liz Frencham, Martin Pearson, Parvyn Singh, Penny Larkins, Pete Fidler, Robbie Melville and Vincent Bradley. With this concert we also officially launch the CD ‘Festival folk sing… The Dark Side of the Moon’. This recording also includes guest artist Nicky Bomba (John Butler Trio) with an outstanding reggae arrangement of Breathe.

About ‘Festival Folk Sing…’

This project is a Festival Folk Sing production that celebrates influential national and international singers and songwriters that influence Australian artists and music lovers. The Festival Folk Sing production is supported by the music charity the Troubadour Foundation (www.thetroubadourfoundation.com). The concept was created by Marina Hurley in 2010, who wanted to capture the creative talents of the many artists who perform fantastic arrangements of other artists’ songs, yet often don’t record them.  The idea is to choose a songwriter that we all love and invite artists that regularly perform at Australian festivals to record a track for a compilation CD. ‘Festival Folk Sing the Dark Side of the Moon’ is the sixth album of the Festival Folk Sing… series, following on from ‘Festival Folk Sing Gordon Lightfoot (2016)’, ‘Festival Folk Sing Judy Small (2013)’, ‘Festival Folk Sing Bob Dylan (2012)’, ‘Festival Folk Sing Eric Bogle (2011)’ and ‘Festival Folk Sing Joni Mitchell (2010)’. Since 2010, over 200 leading Australian and international singers and musicians have recorded tracks and performed for this project.


The Festival Folk series of CDs has featured the songs of Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Eric Bogle, Gordon Lightfoot and Judy Small, with new creative twists and turns injected into the songs by an eclectic group of Australian performers. Once again with the festival folk sing The Dark Side of the Moon release we are reminded what a great record this was from Pink Floyd, but led on a new journey of performing exploration of the songs, whilst retaining the essence of what is The Dark Side of the Moon. I have mastered all of the releases and never fail to enjoy the performances, and I am always surprised with the fresh approach to the songs. Congratulations to all the Festival Folk performers, and also the talent and vision of Producer Marina Hurley and Engineer Steve Vella.” David Briggs Record producer, guitarist Little River Band.

The Velvet Room is located on the ground floor of the venue. Wheelchair access is via the front door. There are 3 steps into the Velvet Room. Access without steps can be arranged. If you have any special needs contact the venue beforehand to arrange assistance if required.

Thornbury Theatre is happy to offer companion cards on a request basis. For further information please contact us directly on 1300 762 545.

Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian
Photo Drivers Licence or Passport.* Children under 18 are permitted if
accompanied by a parent or guardian* Intoxicated persons will not be
admitted * No steel cap boots. The promoter reserves the right to refuse
admission to any person *