Dark Side of the Moon: a Pink Floyd experience

Dark Side of the Moon planetarium experience at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston Tasmania. Photo supplied

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Celebrating 50 years since the Pink Floyd's iconic album launch, Dark Side of the Moon is ready to immerse you in a full-dome musical extravaganza set to the band's iconic soundtrack.

With a run-time of 45 minutes, this show will take you on an incredible visual journey through the solar system and beyond.

On display as part of a global Planetarium show release, Dark Side of the Moon is proudly and exclusively on display in Tasmania at QVMAG for music lovers state-wide.

Whether you're a Pink Floyd fan, have a love for music, or you're a local at the Launceston Planetarium; this is one experience truly not to be missed.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much are tickets?

 Adults (16+)  $16 per ticket  
 Concession   $12
 QVMAG Friends   $10 

How can I purchase tickets?

Tickets for this show are only available online. Please note that sales cannot be processed onsite at the front desk.

Can I purchase tickets to this show as a gift card?

Unfortunately, we don't offer ticket sales as gift cards. However, tickets are available for purchase online via Eventbrite.

What ages can attend this show?

The entry age for screenings of Dark Side of the Moon is ages 16+.

Are there any content warnings for this show?

While there are no content warnings for this screening, we wish to advise the following:

  • Visual: there are possible flashing lights throughout the show
  • Content: the Dark Side of the Moon album features mature themes and explicit language

We strongly recommend viewing for audiences aged 16+.

Why is this show not recommended for children?

This show plays Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon album in its entirety, which features mature themes and explicit language. There is no inappropriate visual content.

How long is the show?

This show runs for approximately 45 mins. Patrons must arrive at the Planetarium at least 15 minutes before the show's start time.

How long will this show be screening at the Planetarium?

Dark Side of the Moon: a Pink Floyd experience will run exclusively in Tasmania at the Launceston Planetarium until 4 August 2024.

How often will the show be screening?

This show will be included in our weekly Launceston Planetarium screening schedule, and will also have additional screenings at special evening events and feature programs during 2024. Please visit our What's On page for session dates and times. 

Is there a waitlist for sold-out shows?

No, there is no waitlist. However, if tickets become available due to cancellations, they will be listed online via Eventbrite.



Upcoming screening dates

May 2024

June 2024

July 2024