Grand Central Hall in Liverpool
Saturday 14th December 2019
7:00pm til 11:00pm
Minimum Age: 18
Playing their hometown, this is their chance to prove to you just how good Pink Floyd were as a band.
Review of Vesbim Pink Floyd's The Wall
It was a surprisingly good experience, let's call it a show, musically it was excellent and the band really delivered. Unfortunately the sound man raised the volume during the performance, which I think had a detrimental effect on the musical quality and ended with us leaving the concert before the end as a result. The political provocation created disharmony within the audience. Fuelling the political divide of western, democratic nations, is not going help anybody, especially when playing the music of middle class English men, who have more money than they know what to do with and no answers to the problems. As fast as they can give it away, more arrives. Possibly it was Nick, Dave, Roger and Rick (R.I.P.), who pocketed the biggest cheque after the concert. Entertain don't preach.
Would you recommended: Yes
Review of Vesbim Pink Floyd\'s The Wall
About 4th time seeing this. Slight change to the line up since last time. Still very good though, top musicians. Venue was bloody cold though.
The overall experience was great despite being moved to hard seats in a very cold area.
The performances were knockout.
Would definitely go to see them again.
Brilliant band, brilliant atmosphere, beautiful venue....very cold...but everyone still enjoyed themselves.
Vesbim is a great band......one of the best PF tribute acts. All band members were excellent with the lead guitarist being brilliant. The female sax player was also very good but why wasn't she invited on stage for the curtain call?
Grand Central Hall is a great little theatre....or would if it wasn't so cold. The plastic seats are on the small side and get a bit uncomfortable.
The concert area is well served by two bars and there's a large pub on the ground floor
Brilliant as always. They get better every time I see them. To be honest the seats could be more comfortable but in general an excellent show.
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