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Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets Live At The Roundhouse. Double-Vinyl, Double-CD/DVD package and Blu-ray packages available April 17th 2020.

Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets Live At The Roundhouse. Double-Vinyl, Double-CD/DVD package and Blu-ray packages available April 17th 2020.

Double-Vinyl, Double-CD/DVD package and Blu-ray packages available

April 17th 2020

Exclusive screenings coming to cinemas in selected cities worldwide on 10 March 2020 – Tickets now on sale at

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‘Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets Live At The Roundhouse’ is a live recording taken from the band’s sold-out shows at the legendary London venue in May 2019. Receiving huge acclaim throughout their first tour, ‘Live At The Roundhouse’ captures the true essence of a band reviving the music that had rarely featured in Pink Floyd’s live shows since those early days and some of the songs were never played at all by Floyd.

Released on 17 April 2020 through Sony Records, it is available as a double-CD/DVD package, double-vinyl and on Blu-ray and can be pre-ordered at HERE. On all pre-orders, the Saucers version of ‘Fearless’ will be made available instantly.

In collaboration with Trafalgar Releasing and Sony Music Entertainment, ‘Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets Live At The Roundhouse’ will be coming to cinemas in selected cities worldwide for one night only on 10 March 2020. This theatrical event will also include a pre-recorded cinema exclusive Q&A with Nick Mason and the band where they will answer questions submitted by fans. Tickets are on sale now from

Watch the trailer at HERE

Nick Mason, Gary Kemp, Guy Pratt, Lee Harris and Dom Beken, aka Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets, came together with the simple idea of playing some early Pink Floyd –  the songs pre ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ – that had not been given a live outing for decades! This was the first time Nick had played live since Live 8 in 2005! “Why don’t we get a rehearsal room and play some things and see how we feel about it?” Nick suggested…

A few months later, on Sunday 20 May 2018, Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets took Pink Floyd’s drummer back to the clubs for the first time since 1967 – Dingwalls in Camden, London. The performance was met with huge adulation across the board**.

Three nights at the Half Moon in Putney followed that same week before announcing a theatre tour through the UK, North America and Europe from September, and they promptly sold out! A handful of extra UK shows were announced for April and May 2019, including two nights at The Roundhouse – the venue where Pink Floyd first played on 15 October 1966, at the International Times launch party.

‘Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets Live At The Roundhouse’ captures the excitement that hasn’t diminished since that first show at Dingwalls. Recorded almost a year to the day and just a few hundred yards from that first show, you can hear a band playing with joy and passion, with power and restraint. From the garage band attack of Arnold Layne and Vegetable Man to the psychedelic journeying of Interstellar Overdrive, and the mellow, spacey Floyd of Atom Heart Mother and Green Is the Colour, Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets sounds like a band in the moment and thrilled to be reviving music that had rarely featured in Floyd live shows since those early days.

Pre-orders are available now at HERE

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With an expanded repertoire, tickets are on sale now for their 2020 UK and European tour at

UK and European Tour

Thursday 23rd April – Guildford G Live

Friday 24th April – Brighton Dome

Saturday 25th April – Oxford New Theatre

Monday 27th April – Ipswich Regent

Wednesday 29th April – Dublin Convention Centre

Friday 1st May -York Barbican

Saturday 2nd May – Leicester De Montfort Hall

Monday 4th May – Southampton Mayflower

Tuesday 5th May Cardiff St David’s Hall

Thursday 7th May London Royal Albert Hall

Friday 8th May Liverpool Philharmonic

Saturday 9th May Sheffield City Hall

Monday 11th May Birmingham Symphony Hall

Tuesday 12th May Bath Forum

Thursday 14th May Gateshead Sage

Friday 15th May Manchester Apollo

Saturday 16th May Edinburgh Usher Hall

Monday 18th May – Brussels Cirque Royale

Tuesday 19th May – Luxembourg Den Atelier

Wednesday 20th May – Freiburg Konzerthaus

Friday 22nd May – Paris – Grand Rex

Saturday 23rd May – Lucerne KKL

Sunday 24th May – Nuremberg Meistersinger Halle

Tuesday 26th May – Vienna Gasometer

Wednesday 27th May – Prague Forum

Thursday 28th May – Frankfurt Jahrunderhalle

Saturday 30th May – Muenster Munsterlandhalle

Sunday 31st May – Eindhoven Muziekgebouw

Tuesday 2nd June – Hamburg Laeiszhalle

Wednesday 3rd June – Berlin Tempodrom

Friday 5th June – Randers Vaerket

Sunday 7th June – Bad Honnef Insel Grafenwerth



Interstellar Overdrive

Astronomy Domine

Lucifer Sam


Obscured by Clouds

When You’re In

Remember A Day

Arnold Layne

Vegetable Man


Atom Heart Mother

The Nile Song

Green Is The Colour

Let There Be More Light

Childhood’s End

Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

See Emily Play


One Of These Days

A Saucerful Of Secrets

Point Me At The Sky

Editors Notes:



“…this was the most extraordinary and joyous show, a reminder of what a peculiar and brilliant band Pink Floyd were… If you have the slightest interest in Pink Floyd, do not miss this group… You won’t even need acid to blow your mind.”

✭✮✮✮✮ Michael Hann, Financial Times

“The sound was immense, electrifying, galvanising, mesmerising and still deeply strange, bending the formats of primal rock into all kind of weird and wonderful shapes…. it was a set of such startling intensity it seemed to mock the very notion of nostalgia. It was enough to make you wonder whether rock has progressed very far at all since the Sixties.”

✭✮✮✮ Neil McCormick, The Daily Telegraph

“This show with him [Nick Mason] at its centre, is a fantastic voyage of rediscovery.”

✭✮✮✮ David Bennun, Metro

“Very Special” – Mark Taylor, Record Collector Magazine

“The sheer joy and vigour of the bands performance is as infectious as it is tangible”

Ian Fortnam, Classic Rock Magazine

“It’s apparent we are witnessing something incredibly special”

Jerry Ewing, Prog Magazine