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Brick Floyd LIVE In The Flesh | Beirut Open Space

Brick Floyd LIVE In The Flesh

Performing the greatest hits from Pink Floyd’s conceptual masterpiece ‘The Wall’, as well as fan favorites from The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Meddle, The Division Bell, and more… Brick Floyd LIVE In The Flesh at Beirut Open Space.

Keeping true with the live Floydian tradition of captivating lighting, visuals and music, Brick Floyd‘s spectacular performance and production truly captures the Floyd experience, that is sure to take you back in time and leave you mesmerized.

You won’t want to miss this exciting night! Join us June Friday 29th & bring your friends!

// Doors 8PM
// Cover – 20,000 L.L.
// 18+


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Brick Floyd Live At Beirut Open Space | REVIEW

Brick Floyd Live at Beirut Open Space REVIEW!

As we all know, the 19th of January was a busy night for all of them Pink Floyd fans. Pink Floyd’s music is kind of like psychedelic rock and is considered to have some trippy effects on the mind if delved into. Recreating their music isn’t like a bunch of 14 year olds covering “Smells Like Teen Spirit”, but needs a lot of experience in sound effects with instruments, which not too many bands in Lebanon might be capable of. But Brick Floyd sure can. They announced that their show would be held in Beirut Open Space, on Jan 19. What I like about that venue is that it is located in Mar Mkhayel and not on the main road, which means we don’t get stuck in traffic from the beginning of Gemayze street. Continue reading

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