Pink Floyd Concert History

Pink Floyd is an English rock band, formed in London in 1965. Gaining a following as a psychedelic band, they were distinguished for their extended compositions, sonic experimentation, philosophical lyrics and elaborate live shows, and became a leading band of the progressive rock genre. They are one of the most commercially successful and influential groups in popular music history.

Date Concert Venue Location
May 20, 2021 Pink floyd / HIM
May 02, 2021 Pink Floyd Dallas, Texas, United States
May 15, 2020 Pink Floyd
Apr 17, 2020 Animals Tour
Pink Floyd
Riverfront Coliseum Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Jul 05, 2019 Pink Floyd  
Feb 15, 2019 pink floyd Tangerine Bowl Orlando, Florida, United States
Jul 14, 2018 Pink Floyd   KFC Yum! Center Louisville, Kentucky, United States
May 05, 2018 Zaireeka Quadraphonic Listening Party    
The Flaming Lips / Pink Floyd / Dataist
Centennial Square Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
May 26, 2016 Pink Floyd / jafia
Aug 09, 2013 Pulse & Spirit Commerzbank Arena Frankfurt, Germany 
May 12, 2011 The Wall  
Roger Waters / David Gilmour / Pink Floyd
O2 Arena London, England, United Kingdom
Sep 14, 2010 Pink Floyd star plex Dallas, Texas, United States
May 10, 2007 Pink Floyd / Damon Albarn / Robyn Hitchcock / Kevin Ayers / Captain Sensible / Chrissie Hynde / The Bees (UK) / Martha Wainwright / Roger Waters / Vashti Bunyan   Barbican Centre London, England, United Kingdom
Jul 02, 2005 –
Jul 02, 2005
Live8 2005   Unknown venue London, England, United Kingdom
Show Duplicates for Jul 02, 2005
Nov 04, 2002 Pink floyd Legion Field Stadium
Jun 18, 2002 Pink Floyd / David bowie Western Speedway Silverdale auckland
Oct 28, 1999 Pink Floyd Columbus, Ohio, United States
Apr 15, 1998 Pink Floyd   Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, California, United States
Oct 29, 1994 Pink Floyd   Earls Court London, England, United Kingdom
Show Duplicates for Oct 29, 1994
Oct 28, 1994 Pink Floyd / Douglas Adams   Earls Court Exhibition Centre Earls Court, London, UK
Show Duplicates for Oct 28, 1994

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2020 2 concerts
2019 2 concerts
2018 2 concerts
2016 1 concert
2013 1 concert
2011 1 concert
2010 1 concert
2007 1 concert
2005 1 concert
2002 2 concerts
1999 1 concert
1998 1 concert
1994 117 concerts
1993 1 concert
1990 3 concerts
1989 39 concerts
1988 102 concerts
1987 60 concerts
1981 13 concerts
1980 20 concerts
1977 58 concerts
1976 1 concert
1975 33 concerts
1974 29 concerts
1973 39 concerts
1972 82 concerts
1971 70 concerts
1970 89 concerts
1969 75 concerts
1968 99 concerts
1967 160 concerts
1966 36 concerts
1965 4 concerts
1962 1 concert
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Don B May 29, 2020

Danny if you were there, then post it to the site. I was not there

J B May 29, 2020

Danny, they called it the "In The Flesh" tour??? I mean we had a pig floating over the floor, it was the "Animals" tour, in my opinion. Saw the May 1st 1977 show in Fort Worth.

Danny Blum May 29, 2020

Where is the Animals Tour MSG July 1-4 1977? I was sitting 13 row Orchestra seat #7

Paul Barlow Jul 01, 2019

You missed one Pink Floyd concert:. June 1, 1988 at RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.

Frequenty Asked Questions (FAQ)

What genre is Pink Floyd?

Pink Floyd's music broadly falls under the rock genre. Specifically, the band was instrumental in the development of the psychedelic rock movement and the progressive rock genre.

Who are the members of Pink Floyd?

Pink Floyd's founding members were

  • Syd Barett on lead vocals and guitar
  • Roger Waters on bass guitar and vocals
  • Nick Mason on drums
  • Richard Wright on keyboard and vocals

David Gilmour later joined the band as vocalist and guitarist. When Barrett subsequently left the group, Waters took over responsibility as the main songwriter.

While Wright and Waters left the group, leaving Mason and Gilmour to continue the band as a duo, Wright did eventually rejoin Pink Floyd and Waters joined the band in 2005 for a one-off performance.

Gilmour and Mason most recently revived the band in 2022.

How did Pink Floyd get their name and what does it mean?

Before Pink Floyd, the band had several other members and names, including Sigma 6, the Meggadeaths, Leonard's Lodgers, the Abdabs, the Screaming Abdabs, the Spectrum Five and the Tea Set.

In 1965, the band started using the name the Pink Floyd Sound. This was later changed to The Pink Floyd and later amended again to just Pink Floyd.

The name change came about suddenly, when the band realized another group with the same name of Tea Set were due to play at the same performance. Created by Barrett, the band's name was inspired by two blues musicians: Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.

Where is Pink Floyd from?

Pink Floyd comes from the UK. The band was formed in the English capital of London.

When did David Gilmour join Pink Floyd and who did he replace?

Gilmour joined Pink Floyd in December 1967, replacing formative member Syd Barrett.

When and why did Roger Waters leave Pink Floyd?

Waters left Pink Floyd in 1985 because of personal tensions and differences between the band members.

When and why did Pink Floyd break up?

While many people see Waters' 1985 decision to leave the band as the time when Pink Floyd broke up, two members (Mason and Gilmour) fought to continue performing under the same name.

Waters sued the band to prevent the use of the name "Pink Floyd", but he lost the case. Gilmour and Mason subsequently recorded a further two albums as Pink Floyd before becoming inactive for a long period.

Gilmour, Mason, Waters and Wright reunited for a one-time concert in 2005. Following Barrett's and Wright's deaths in 2006 and 2008, respectively, the band released its last studio album in 2014, using previously unused material.

In 2022, Mason and Gilmour reformed to release a song protesting the war in Ukraine with Andriy Khlyvnyuk from the Ukrainian band Boombox titled “Hey Hey Rise Up” with all proceeds going to support humanitarian aid to Ukrainians affected by Russian aggression and genocide.

Despite turmoil and inactive periods, it's arguable that Pink Floyd has never officially broken up.

When did Pink Floyd's The Wall come out?

One of Pink Floyd's most successful albums The Wall, often considered to be one of the best rock albums of all time, was released in November 1979.

The film Pink Floyd – The Wall, which was based on the album, was released in 1982.

Where can I watch the movie Pink Floyd – The Wall?

Pink Floyd – The Wall unfortunately isn't available on any streaming services at present. However, you can buy the DVD from several outlets.

When did The Dark Side of the Moon come out and what is the album about?

The Dark Side of the Moon came out in March 1973.

Despite the name, the album isn't actually about the skies, space, astrology or astronomy; rather, the title references mental struggles that can lead to insanity. The band has offered several snippets of explanations about the thematic album, though it's mostly down to listener interpretation. Originally planned to show the pressures and struggles faced by musicians, the album evolved to include diverse topics, including the passing of time, death, mental challenges, war, and wealth.

How many concerts has Pink Floyd had?

Pink Floyd has had 1,149 concerts.

When was the last Pink Floyd concert?

The last Pink Floyd concert was on May 20, 2021. The bands that performed were: Pink floyd / HIM.

What songs does Pink Floyd play live?

The songs that Pink Floyd performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the July 05, 2019 concert:

  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
  2. Welcome to the Machine
  3. Have a Cigar
  4. Sheep
  5. Fearless
  6. Echoes
  7. Speak to Me
  8. Breathe
  9. On the Run
  10. Time
  11. Breathe (Reprise)
  12. The Great Gig in the Sky
  13. Money
  14. Us and Them
  15. Any Colour You Like
  16. Brain Damage
  17. Eclipse
  18. Nobody Home
  19. Wish You Were Here
  20. Dogs
  21. Comfortably Numb
  22. Run Like Hell