NICK MASON's SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS playing the early music of PINK FLOYD

Sunday 24. May 2020 8pm Nuremberg Meistersingerhalle
NICK MASON's SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS
playing the early music of PINK FLOYD

Exactly 50 years after NICK MASON gave
his first and only concert in Nuremberg with PINK FLOYD - just in the Meistersingerhalle - one of the continuous high performers of the legendary British
cult band returns.

Famous as a founding member of Pink Floyd, Nick Mason 2018 created Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets. The project consists of Nick Mason, Gary Kemp, Guy Pratt, Lee Harris and Dom Beken. Together they played their first celebrated live shows in 2018, among others at Dingwalls London, The Half Moon in Putney and six dates in Germany. Since Pink Floyd's "Division Bell Tour" in 1994, these have been Mason's first tour appearances. The show in Dingwalls was also his first concert since Pink Floyd performed at the "Live 8" concert in London in 2005

"This show with Nick Mason in the center is a fantastic journey of rediscovery." - David Bennun, Metro

Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets have since played in sold-out venues around the world, including London's Roundhouse, where Pink Floyd once performed their celebrated shows in the 1960s. On the tour 2020 the band will expand their repertoire but also play songs from Pink Floyd's early albums, the 1972 album "Obscured by Clouds".


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