Cleveland’s most authentic Pink Floyd tribute band is heading to the House of Blues. That’s right, Wish You Were Here is taking the stage!

Saturday May 5, head to the House of Blues Cleveland (308 Euclid Ave Cleveland) for Midwest America’s most popular Pink Floyd tribute band, Wish You Were Here. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. All ages are welcome.

Wish You Were Here utilizes a professional 9-piece musical ensemble featuring 7 vocalists (including at least 2 female vocalists), authentic sound effects, theatrical vignettes with props, characters & flying inflatables, and a choreographed light show with rolling fog, state-of-the-art intelligent lighting – all produced by experienced industry professionals with a fan’s obsession for detail. WISH YOU WERE HERE authentically recreates the music from Pink Floyd’s entire career, performing the crowd favorites that all rock fans recognize, interspersed with the show-stoppers that appease even the most ardent Floyd fanatics.

Based in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame city, Cleveland, Wish You Were Here has become internationally famous for its large-scale recreations of Pink Floyd’s most celebrated tours, as recognized in The Rough Guide To Pink Floyd. In July of 2008 WISH YOU WERE HERE staged the most elaborate production of THE WALL ever performed by an American Pink Floyd tribute act, at TimeWarner Cable Amphitheater in Cleveland.

Ticket prices are $18.50 for advance general admission, $21 on the day of the show and $29 for reserved balcony seating. Tickets can be purchased online at

Enjoy some dinner in the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar before the show. View the menu and make reservations at or by calling (216) 523-2583.

Come enjoy a psychedelic evening with Wish You Were Here, this weekend!

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.