Free Pink Floyd DVD Streaming – Watch Concerts and Documentary Material
Pink Floyd has kindly decided to share 4 full length DVDs on Youtube for fans to enjoy over the coming weeks. A new full length Youtube streaming video will be shared each Friday, starting today at 5pm GMT.
What Is Available to Watch?
Pink Floyd Live in Pompeii – this 1972 classic is set in an amphitheatre in Pompeii and features early material from the band. It is a documentary interspersed with live performances. There is a famous scene with Nick Mason and a certain pie! Take it easy, Nick!
David Gilmour Live in Pompeii – David took his 2016 Rattle That Lock tour here decades after Pink Floyd performed their famous concert with no fans present.
Pink Floyd 1970 KQED TV Broadcast – a favourite amongst collectors of Pink Floyd bootleg recordings, this hour long show filmed for broadcast at Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, is a treat for the ears
Coronavirus Lockdown Response
It is nice to see what people are doing in response to the Coronavirus pandemic in terms of helping people get through it. The social isolation people are going through to reduce the spread of the virus will be making people stair crazy so it is great Pink Floyd is making these videos available for people to watch. Even if you already have all these DVD’s, it is a nice opportunity to start watch parties on Facebook and to stir up discussion about the videos and recordings on the Pink Floyd Forum.
Talking about discussion, David Gilmour and Polly Samson have of course been airing at 8:30pm GMT on their Facebook live streaming taking questions from fans, reading from Polly’s new book, and playing some new music and covers. All good fun. Romany Gilmour has also been treating us to her harp playing skills even though she is only on lesson 6.
How Do I Watch Pink Floyd Free DVD Streams?
You can watch on Pink Floyd’s official YouTube channel. The first video Pulse premiers today at 5pm GMT. I will also be posting the videos on this page up above.