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GoBe WEEKLY: Pink Floyd Niagara brings the full show to the FOPAC.
"Niagara’s most respected Pink Floyd tribute is capping off its year of performances with a full-scale spectacle in downtown St. Catharines".
To close out their performance schedule this year, PINK FLOYD NIAGARA hits the stage at First Ontario Performing Arts Centre November 3rd. According to band creative director/keyboardist/singer Larry Swiercz, fans can expect the platinum version of the band’s line-up.
The goal has always been to do the music justice and treat it with the respect it deserves.” said Swiercz, "The further we get down the road, as our idols and legends pass, the only thing that’s going to keep this music alive are the people who love the music, who believe in the art of it, and who want to recreate it for new generations of people to hear. That’s the inspiration behind what we’re doing.”.
Written by Dave DeRocco, GoBe Weekly - Niagara Entertainment.
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WELLAND TRIBUNE: Concerts on the Canal series in Welland considered 'extreme success'.
"An estimated 3,500 people came out for the final show with Pink Floyd Niagara".
Written by Kris Dube, Tribune Reporter.
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ROCK TALK WITH RICK: Pink Floyd Niagara Interview

Rick interviews Pink Floyd Niagara's Allan Collavecchia, Tina Vaillancourt, Jenn Downie, and Larry Swiercz. 
Interviewed by Rick Laroche, host of "Rock Talk with Rick".

WELLAND TRIBUNE: Concerts on the Canal expected to draw thousands of people to downtown Welland this summer.
"An average of close to 3,000 people are expected to flock to the floating stage at Merritt Park in Welland this summer for the popular Concerts on the Canal series".

Written by Kris Dube, Tribune Reporter.
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