Durga McBroom Hudson speaks about Venice concert!

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DURGA MC-BROOM-HUDSON (Pink Floyd vocalist on Venice stage) "... When we took the stage, suddenly we were all greeted with a miraculous sight. HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of people were everywhere - in small vessels and gondolas in the water between the stage and the Piazza, all illuminated with glittering candles, a floating carpet of light. Then, hanging off of the buildings and filling the Piazza to bursting were people as far as the eye could see...." COME TO "THE NIGHT OF WONDERS" exhibition to read the full memory of Durga!

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The night of pure rock wonder: Floydseum celebrates quarter century of Pink Floyd in Venice!

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The night of pure rock wonder: Floydseum celebrates quarter century of Pink Floyd in Venice!

On July 15, 1989, a historic day which marked a generation, even in television: Pink Floyd on a floating stage in the lagoon of Venice and all over the world connected with RAI1.

The night of wonders from the 12th of July

The exhibition Outside the Wall (organized by Floydseum) in Padua charms: so we wrote last year to tell you about those days at the Cultural Center Altinate San Gaetano before the Roger Waters concert. The extreme satisfaction with the success of the event, culminating in discussions about what to organize for the 25th anniversary concert of the Venetian. Long awaited news finally arrived and now. Says our diretur Giancarlo Passarella...

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Pink Floyd, the first virtual museum arrives! - Rolling Stone Magazine

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It will be officially presented on 27 April in Brescia in "Pink Floyd Day II", is the dream of seven three-dimensional keen collectors of the British band...

There are gadgets that refer to Arnold Layne (the first single released in 1967), even stethoscopes (Take up thy Stethoscope and Walk) or bicycle with basket and bell (Bike, excerpts from The Piper at the Gates of Dawn) but certainly hundreds of other memorabilia, all very rare, if not unique. With the noble aim of the music and tell the forty-year career of one of the bands that helped to write the history of Rock. They, Pink Floyd, entered by time in museums in Cleveland in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (1996) and, in London, in the form of murals from '67, the Wax Museum Madame Tussaud's, along with other characters in the swing in 'London time. But it is the first time that Waters and his associates are seen dedicated an entire "virtual museum" where adoring fans and curious music lovers can enjoy and admire pieces (very rare) from private collections, jealously kept secret until today.

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The Night of Wonders: 15th July 1989

The concert of Pink Floyd in Venice on 15th July 1989 in front of S. Mark's Square. Thanks to "Spinafranc" for the video.

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Venice 1989-2014

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After the huge success last July of the "Outside the Wall" exhibition, the Cultural Association Floydseum is now working on another exhibition to be held in 2014 in Venice, Italy.

On July 15 1989 Pink Floyd played on a floating stage in Venice in front of St. Mark's Square. To celebrate the 25 anniversary of this famous gig, the Association is now looking for photos taken at this show.

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Outside The Wall - Last Days of the Exhibition

At San Gaetano together with the concert of Roger Waters, the cultural association Floydseum organizes his exhibition-event regarding Pink Floyd and the album "The Wall" until 28th July 2013.

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The First Pink Floyd Virtual 3D Museum

We launched the first 3D version of the Floydseum, the Pink Floyd Collectors Virtual Museum. The 3D Museum is accessible from the 2D website. If you like it, please help us to keep alive this dream!

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Gerald Scarfe at Outside the Wall

Gerald Scarfe, famous cartoonist and author of all Pink Floyd's animations, participated to Outside the Wall in July 2013 as special guest and speaking about his personal career and work together with the English rockband. For more info, visit his site: geraldscarfe.com

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