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GALLERY Brick Floyd Live At Quadrangle February 8 2018

On February 8, Brick Floyd did one last show in Lebanon at Quadrangle – Hazmieh, before flying to the United States, for some shows and to start recording their debut album. The venue was packed, just like their previous show at Beirut Open Stage – Mar Mkhayel. If you would like to know how good or bad Brick Floyd are, you can check out our latest review of their show >here<. Continue reading

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

GALLERY | BRICK FLOYD Live In The Flesh – 16 September 2017

On September 16th of this year 2017, Brick Floyd Live In The Flesh concert took place at the Lebanese house of musicians Quadrangle – Hazmieh. The band was able to get a full house of Pink Floyd fans and has put up a great tribute show.
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Gallery | BRICK FLOYD Live In The Flesh – 16 September 2017


Brick Floyd, a truly immersive and psychedelic Pink Floyd show. An intricate performance celebrating five decades of Pink Floyd epics and all-time favorites. A most ambitious stage production, with a new spectacular laser/light show!

Formed by family members, as a result of their love and appreciation for the band and their timeless music, this new show celebrates more than five decades of Pink Floyd, in an intricate performance of epics and all-time favorites from the classic ‘The Dark Side of The Moon’ & ‘The Wall’, as well as ‘Wish You Were Here’, ‘Animals’, ‘Meddle’, ‘The Division Bell’, the recently released “‘The Endless River’, and more.

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.


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…

A real Floydian experience, now with a spectacular new laser light show and an even bigger stage production!

You won’t want to miss this exciting night! Join us Saturday, September 16th & bring your friends!

** 20,000 L.L. entrance fee includes 1 beer
**Show Starts at 9:30 PM


RSVP on 03-654257


BRICK FLOYD Live In The Flesh – 16 September 2017 Poster!

BRICK FLOYD Live In The Flesh


AndrOmidA – Animals & Other Stories Reviewed

The date is 1/7/2015. Another concert for the amazing Pink Floyd tribute band AndrOmidA. Outside of El Sawy Culture Wheel’s door, the fans were standing in line waiting for the doors to open. Exactly at 10 PM, the doors were opened and the audience entered the hall. Since the concert was in the final days of Ramadan, I thought that the attendance wouldn’t be that much as always, but boy was I wrong! The hall was filled to its fullest and every seat was reserved that they had to add extra seats for the huge amount of fans waiting to listen to their favorite pink Floyd songs. After a 30-minute delay, the band finally went on stage; the audience cheered as the band started setting up and getting ready to play the first song.

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They started with “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” part 1 through 7, playing it perfectly great with passion and power. Every instrument was spot on, and the crowd was so into it. Then they played one of the fan-favorite songs, “Wish You Were Here”; the crowd cheered and sang along with the band as they played this Pink Floyd masterpiece. It was followed by “What Do You Want From Me”. The drummer “Sherif EL Sharqawi” delivered some amazing vocals and playing on this track. “Sorrow” was played next, followed by “Louder Than Words”; the audience was in awe as the band played those songs and delivered a true Pink Floyd experience. Next, another fan favorite was played which is “Hey You” and everyone sang along again with this awesome song. They ended the first session with one of my personal all-time favorite Pink Floyd songs, “High Hopes”. As the introductory bells of the song rang, the crowd cheered and sang alone once more with this masterpiece. The piano line, the guitar solo, the vocals, everything was perfect.

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After a short break, the band started the second session with two guests on stage: guitarist, “Mohamed Adel”, from the band Screwdriver, and an acoustic guitar player. They played the whole “Animals” album starting with “Pigs On the Wing Pt I” followed by “Dogs” and “Pigs (Three Different Ones)”. “Amr Hassan”, the keyboardist/vocalist, showed some amazing talents through those tracks. “Ahmed Anwar” delivered some mind-blowing bass lines that amazed everyone in the crowd. Then they played “Sheep” and “Pigs On the Wing Pt II” which concludes the album and leaves only one song left for the night which every Pink Floyd enthusiast loves and waits for in every Andromida concert: “Comfortably Numb”. The crowd went insane and sang along loudly with this masterpiece. This is the most awaited song in the whole concert, and the band never fails to deliver it perfectly. The whole band gave everything they had in this song and you can clearly see the chemistry between the band and the audience. The song’s solo played by the amazing “Ally Salem” was so good that you can’t help but get goosebumps from its epicness. For every Pink Floyd fan in Egypt, Andromida are the closest thing you can find to the real Pink Floyd experience. Never failing to give that awesome vibe you would get from the real Pink Floyd. So if you haven’t been to one of their concerts before and you are a Pink Floyd fan, you definitely should!

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Acoustic Pink Floyd Tribute with Durga McBroom, The Quadrangle – March 3rd

Band: Durga McBroom, Amadeus Awad, Rida Hallal, Salim Zahra, Christophe Haroun, Abdo Sawma

Location: The Quadrangle Live, Hazmieh

Date: March 3rd, 2016 – 9:00 pm

Entrance Fee: 30,000 L.L.

Lebanese progressive musician Amadeus Awad has been posting pictures of him and American singer Durga McBroom with captions hinting at a possible collaboration.

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Brit Floyd | Event Review

The 19th of December 2015 is a day to be marked in the books of history.

Not only is that the case because of Brit Floyd‘s fantastic performance, however, primarily due to the weather forecast and its unforeseen drift, where the attendees of the concert witnessed a slight rain of Pigs and Dogs.  Continue reading

Brick Floyd | Event Review

A truly fascinating performance, brought to us by Beirut’s very own Brick Floyd, took place on the 7th of November. What more can a fellow Floydian wish for than to rock to some of his favorite songs on an otherwise gloomy Saturday evening? Continue reading


Brit Floyd, the authentic Pink Floyd tribute show from Liverpool, UK, comes to Lebanon this December to offer us a show we probably won’t forget!

Time and Date: 8:00 PM, Saturday December 19, 2015.

Place: Biel Hall, Beirut.

Price: 60,000 LL to 150,000 LL. Online ticketing available. Continue reading

Portnoy: No Interest in Playing “Perfect”

Ex-Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy has recently stated in an interview with Stage Shottz that he has no interest in “playing perfect”; which has left many fans surprised as he is known as a very technically skilled drummer from his 25 years with Dream Theater. Continue reading

PROG AWARDS 2015 | Who Won?

The Prog Awards (hosted by Prog Magazine) has been going on for some time now and aims to bring recognition to artists that play progressive music.  This year, the competition was a bit heated with artists like Pink Floyd, Steven Wilson, King Crimson, Rush, and Opeth going toe-to-toe. Who came out on top?  Continue reading

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