Dortmund (ots) - - Cross-reference: Picture is available at https://www.presseportal.de/en/bilder - - ...
In the vast universe of a cult band: "The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains"
Dortmund (ots) -
- Cross reference: Picture is available via epa european pressphoto agency (http://www.epa.eu) - - Grand opening press conference with founding member Nick Mason - Interactive exhibition in the Dortmund "U" looks back on the distinctive career of the British musicians until 10 February 2019
"The Wall" has set records. The double album with the distinctive "Wall" artwork is the bestselling double album in the world, still unbeaten today. The multi-media interactive exhibition "The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains" opening its doors tomorrow in the Dortmund "U" should also be filed in the drawer marked "Superlative". The script for the retrospective exhibition offers a look back to a unique band's career. What can be seen and heard is 50 years of music history over 1,000 square metres, arranged chronologically from the beginnings of the British cult band of the 1960s to the present day. With the story being told via more than 350 exhibits, many previously unseen, the perfectly synchronised innovative audio technology enables the distinctive sound of Pink Floyd to be experienced. Music fans from throughout Germany will undoubtedly flock to the exhibition from 15 September 2018 to 10 February 2019.
Founding member Nick Mason guest appearance
Anyone visiting the "U" to trace the footsteps of the British cult band is either a fan of the non-conformist rebels who made people sit up and listen with the progressive style mix of rock, jazz, blues and classical, or will instantly be turned into a new fan. Making a special appearance at the exhibition ahead of its opening will be Nick Mason, founding member of the band.
Pictures and text material as well as the exhibition trailer can be found at the following link: http://ots.de/NGnJ1Y
Unternehmensberatung für Kommunikation GmbH
Berliner Allee 44 | 40212 Düsseldorf | Germany
Text may be reprinted free of charge - specimen copy requested