'Floyd' band rocks Stonehenge Aotearoa

By Staff Reporter editorial@age.co.nz -
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A drone overview of the Pink Floyd tribute concert at Stonehenge in Carterton on Saturday night. PHOTO/RENE CLOUGH
A drone overview of the Pink Floyd tribute concert at Stonehenge in Carterton on Saturday night. PHOTO/RENE CLOUGH

Stonehenge Aotearoa in Carterton was the place to be for Pink Floyd fans on Saturday evening with tribute band Eclipse paying homage to the musical legends.

Organiser Mark Rogers said it was an excellent night for all involved.

"The band were superb and the audience loved every minute of the music and the incredible light show."

Mr Rogers said Stonehenge was "packed out" with fans of the psychedelic rock band.

"I've been told that just about all accommodation in the area was booked solid which proves once again how beneficial really good live music events are for the economy."

He said people had travelled from all over New Zealand to see the performance, as well as from Australia and America.

"I'm sure they'll all be going home telling friends how much Wairarapa has to offer."

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