Pink Floyd reunited for a six-song set at 2005s Live 8 concert, but primary songwriters Roger Waters and David Gilmour quashed rumors of future tours, and even the big, round lure of the groups 40th anniversary this year hasnt prompted another one-off concert. Targeting fans who arent satisfied by Waters and Gilmours solo gigs, tribute acts replicate concerts from Floyds prime. The band ranks among classic rocks most imitated institutions, with scores of dedicated cover groups, including at least four billed as the Pink Floyd Experience. The sextet of that name stopping at the Lied Center (1600 Stewart Drive in Lawrence, 785-864-2787) at 7:30 tonight hails from San Diego and boasts a kaleidoscopic light spectacular, inflatable accessories (floating eyeballs, flying pig) and synchronized video-screen visuals. All this stadium spectacle takes place in an intimate theater, which is apt, given that Waters wrote The Wall to address his disconnection from spectators at massive venues. Tickets cost $40.
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