Andy & Renee in concert
Grand Vision Presents

Which One’s Pink?
Pink Floyd Tribute Band

“Which One’s Pink?” is a critically acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute band based in Los Angeles. They’ve performed hundreds of shows throughout the US and won several awards including the Surrogate Bands Pink Floyd Cover Contest. The band performs note-for-note recreations of Pink Floyd’s extensive catalog, including complete performances of classic albums such as Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here, and Animals. 

Which One’s Pink? focuses exclusively on recreating the surrealistic sound and psychedelic atmosphere associated with Pink Floyd. Lead guitarist and vocalist Paul Samarin emulates the sound and intensity of the original Pink Floyd vocals and captures the soaring beauty of David Gilmour’s legendary guitar solos. Guitarist Allen Moreno captures the hypnotic rhythm, with Scott Richards (bass and vocals) and Marty Brumer (drums) completing the rock-steady rhythm section. Larry Isenberg and Nick Feduska use multiple keyboards to create the distinctive ethereal sound of Pink Floyd.

Which One’s Pink? is a remarkably accurate and highly-charged live performance of some of the greatest music to come out of the classic rock era. As Alan Parsons – the recording engineer on Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon – says, “Which One’s Pink? has all the parts down, the sounds, the solos . . . they pull it off, they really do . . . they easily could be in the same room with Pink Floyd . . . if you close your eyes, you’re hearing Pink Floyd, live.”

VIP Pre-Concert Reception: Reception is open to VIP & Premium ticket holders from 6-7:30pm with appetizers, and access to private no-host bar before the concert. VIP ticket holders also receive one complementary drink.

At the Warner Grand Theatre as of August 11, 2022:
  • Those who are 12 years and older must present printed or digital proof of full vaccination, OR printed or digital proof of a negative Covid-19 test result issued within the previous 72 hours.
  • All entrants 2 years and older must wear face masks while inside the theatre unless performing on stage or eating/drinking at their assigned seat.