The amphitheatre at the Mundaring Weir Hotel will host Comfortably Numb in April.

Comfortably Numb comes to Perth Hills

After being forced to reschedule due to the severe storm which hit the hills, Comfortably Numb will return in April.
February 22, 2024

MUNDARING Weir Hotel is hosting Comfortably Numb for one night only in their huge outdoor amphitheatre on Saturday, April 13.

Originally planned for Saturday, January 20 the rescheduled date is due to being forced to cancel following the severe storm that damaged much of the Perth Hills in mid-January.

Established in 2017, the nine musicians that make up Comfortably Numb set about recreating some of the classic tracks from legendary British supergroup Pink Floyd.

The group consists of well-known Perth guitarist Karina Cass on lead guitar, Rob Pring on lead vocals, Nando Ellul on saxophone, Gwyn Perrett on keyboards, Dave Alonso on drums, Serge Vujanovic on bass guitar, Andy Wieczorek on lead and acoustic guitars, with Janis Cullen and Dee McIntyre on backing vocals.

In 2021 they were joined by lighting designer and production manager, Graham Piper.

This band will take you back in time on an incredible musical journey with a Floydian light show that will leave you wanting more.

Meals, pizza and drinks are all available at the hotel, but no BYO is allowed.

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