Pinky and the Floyd, a Bozeman-based, 10-piece tribute band, might be my best chance. They put on a spectacle of a show — tonight's at the Wilma features an aerialist and light show — and deliver an authentic sound that would make Dark Star Orchestra or Diamonds in the Rough jealous. (See below for a live clip of "On the Turning Away," complete with 50-person chorus.) The band may save some of its biggest tricks for the hometown crowd — Bozeman gets The Wall and Dark Side in their entirety on back-to-back nights next week — but tonight should be special nonetheless. And definitely better than old vinyl and cheap beer.
Pinky and the Floyd play the Wilma tonight, Saturday, March 3, at 8 p.m. Doors at 7. $18.