Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii Streaming Free on YouTube Today Only

Pink Floyd is help­ing you get through the coro­n­avirus by stream­ing free con­cert films on YouTube. First came Pulse, a 22-song set from the 1994 Divi­sion Bell tour. Now comes Pink Floyd: Live at Pom­peii, a 1972 con­cert film fea­tur­ing the band per­form­ing with­in the ancient Roman amphithe­atre at Pom­peii. It’s a clas­sic. Watch it above. And learn more about the film in our pri­or post here.

Note: The film is only stream­ing free on YouTube for 24 hours. So watch it while you can. Once the film goes dark, you can watch out­takes here.

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Relat­ed Con­tent:

Radio­head Will Stream Con­certs Free Online Until the Pan­dem­ic Comes to an End

Pink Floyd Stream­ing Free Clas­sic Con­cert Films, Start­ing with 1994’s Pulse, the First Live Per­for­mance of Dark Side of the Moon in Full

Pink Floyd Films a Con­cert in an Emp­ty Audi­to­ri­um, Still Try­ing to Break Into the U.S. Charts (1970)

The Dark Side of the Moon Project: Watch the First of an 8‑Part Video Essay on Pink Floyd’s Clas­sic Album

Watch Pink Floyd Play Live Amidst the Ruins of Pom­peii in 1971 … and David Gilmour Does It Again in 2016

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