As part of this year’s famous Shinju Matsuri Festival a host of local Broome musicians will take to the stage at the Roebuck Bay Hotel to play Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety. Taking place on September 9, the 2½-hour production will also include a selection of essential songs from other Pink Floyd albums including Wish You Were Here, The Wall and more. In celebration of the album’s 50th anniversary, some of Broome’s best musicians will play the entire song list of the album live and in full. Local acts, Jaime Jackett from The Shorebird Quest, Monique Lievre, Tim Malone and Mick Stephens from Stellar Moon, Rob Pascoe from Turbo Dogs, Paul Bell and Bex Youdale from Ever Loving Funk, Tania McKenna from Blue Bone Baby, Damian Watkiss from Desert Child and Ben McNeil from Bangers By Benny will all be present and rocking their hearts out in honour of the seminal album. The Dark Side of the Moon remains one of the bestselling albums of all time since its release 50 years ago, currently claiming the fourth spot with an estimated 50 million copies sold. The once-in-a-50-year event is not one to be missed, with tickets selling fast, according to organisers. Tickets for the event can be purchased at eventbrite.com.au.