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Pink Floyd Coming To Glastonbury

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Pink Floyd will be at this year’s Glastonbury festival. No, they are not reuniting, but a 12-minute animated film on a day in their history will premiere.

On June 23rd, 1973, Floyd performed at Detroit’s Olympia Stadium and Arthur Max, their lighting director, had a tough time working with the venue’s staff, who were only used to providing lighting for hockey games. The film, Bad Day at the Office, shows Max having to whip his ad hoc team into shape on a moment’s notice. It is based on the actual recordings of Max’s conversations with the crew that night and will be shown at Glastonbury on June 28th.

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