Published On: Sat, Apr 25th, 2020

Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii concert has been shared by the band – WATCH | Music | Entertainment

Last week, Pink Floyd announced they would join the YouTube Film Festival with a series of concerts. Every Friday at 5pm BST, the band will share a film of one of their classic shows for fans in lockdown to enjoy. It was 1994’s PULSE that kicked things off a week ago.

And now Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii is this week’s instalment.

Filmed in 1972, the concert movie saw the band perform without an audience in the Roman amphitheatre of Pompeii.

This is the 2016 re-edited version which features in The Early Years 1965-1972 box set.

The concert will be available as part of the YouTube Film Festival for 24 hours only from 5pm BST today.

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Pink Floyd’s lineup for the concert was Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason.

Meanwhile, Ringo Starr has announced that the singalong version of the Yellow Submarine movie streams tomorrow on The Beatles’ YouTube channel.

The one-time-only event takes plays this Saturday, April 25 at 5pm BST.

The restored version of Yellow Submarine will feature song lyrics at the bottom of the screen so fans can singalong together at home when The Beatles perform in the movie.

Ringo himself announced the special event through his official Instagram account.

He wrote: “Surprise! come one come all to the Yellow Submarine singalong this Saturday on the Beatles’ YouTube channel at 9am PDT/12 noon EDT/5pm BST.”

While the 79-year-old said in a video: “Peace and love everybody! For those of you missing singing together, I’ve got good news.

“Tune into The Beatles’ YouTube channel on Saturday the 25th at 9 o’clock Pacific, 12 noon Eastern for a special Yellow Submarine movie singalong for kids and kids at heart. Peace and love! I know I’ll be there, I hope you will be too. Peace and love!”

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