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Houston Symphony performs The Music of Pink Floyd at The Pavilion

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You’ve heard rocking symphonies before – but never quite like this! On June 26, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion celebrated the 50th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon with the Houston Symphony’s electrifying performance of The Music of Pink Floyd. The audience experienced Pink Floyd’s psychedelic sounds intertwined with lush orchestral arrangements, featuring classics such as MoneyLearning to Fly and Comfortably Numb.

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All seating is free for The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s 2024 performing arts events and tickets are not required. Families are encouraged to enhance their performing arts experience with Mini Pavilion Maestros, a free and exciting program that makes the arts both fun and accessible for kids of all ages. Families can register their children at any of The Pavilion’s performing arts events this season at a special booth located in the North Plaza or online at

The Pavilion’s next performing arts show is the Star-Spangled Salute on Wednesday, July 3. The annual tradition that is ever growing stronger returns to unite communities, delight families and honor our greatest public servants once more. A new face at the helm, Jason Seber, has conducted with some of the biggest names in classical music, and a diverse range of acclaimed pop artists, too. Expect energy, exuberance and excitement in every patriotically packed moment. Learn more at

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