After COVID-19 saw the performance cancelled last year, the Pink Floyd tribute show will finally rock the Princess Theatre in April.
The show will feature all the Pink Floyd songs fans know and love, as well as an extraordinary light show to accompany it.
Lead guitarist Andrew Cooper said the show idea originally came from his wife, Tanya, who is also in the band.
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"We love [the show]. It's so much fun for us all, and we all have our 15 seconds of fame," he said.
"[The show celebrates the band's] famous songs with the truest Pink Floyd sounds."
Cooper said it was "unreal" for the group to be back on stage, after the pandemic halted performances last year.
Teresa Beck-Swindale, another member of the band, said she wanted the group to do a Pink Floyd tribute because she loved the music earlier in life.
"Basically, their music has always been epic," she said.
"The chance to play it was just extraordinary.
"[The audience] can expect an extraordinary light show. They can also expect to hear Pink Floyd's music pretty much replicated as it sounds on their albums."
The 11-piece band also includes Alan Archer, Wayne Rand, Brendan King, Kim Cambridge, Steve Pugh, Richard Fedosejevs, Steve Macfarlane, Sherry Rand, and Tanya Cooper.
Breathe: The Sound of Pink Floyd will show at the Princess Theatre for one night only on April 10.
Tickets are available via the Theatre North website.
The show will also be performed in Burnie.