The Victoria and Albert Museum in London will stage a large and never before seen exhibition about the legendary British rock band Pink Floyd.
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: The Mortal Remains will mark the group’s first project together since the 1980s, and will commemorate 50 years since the launch of Arnold Layne, the band’s very first single.
The exhibition will offer visitors an immersive, theatrical and multisensory journey through the extraordinary “pinkfloydian” universe. Amongst some of the items on show will be unreleased recordings and a laser show created especially for the exhibition. More than 350 personal items belonging to the band members – David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and the deceased Syd Barrett and Richard Wright – will be made available to the public, including musical instruments, drawings, hand written lyrics, posters and psychedelic prints.
To the sheer delight of the fans, objects used by the band during performances and other important memorabilia from their iconic album covers, such as the prism from The Dark Side of the Moon, the crossed hammers from The Wall and the inflatable pink pig from Animals will also be on show.
These tickets are too good to miss and are already available for purchase.
What: The Pink Floyd Exhibition: The Mortal Remains
When: 13 May to 1 October, 2017
Where: Victoria and Albert Museum – Cromwell Rd, SW7 2RL, London
For more information click here for the official event website.