Throwback Thursday

Playing to a massive crowd at one of their last concerts, Pink Floyd made sure to leave a lasting memory and raise the standard so that other bands would try to emulate them. 

When the band arrived in Venice back in 1989, they were met by over 200,000 Italian fans. They ended up performing on a floating platform in the middle of the Venetian lagoon. As can be seen in the photograph above, the crowds worked around St. Mark’s Square, filling in every space they could including in the adjoining Piazzetta, waterfront Riva Degli Schiavoni, with front row seats from boats.

Pink Floyd


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