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After COVID-19 saw the performance canceled last year, the Pink Floyd Tribute Show will finally rock the Princess Theater in April. The show will feature all of the Pink Floyd songs fans know and love, along with an amazing light show to go along with it. RELATED NEWS: Breathe: The Sound of Pink Floyd Will Rock Princess Theater Local football returns to near normal on Saturday with both NTFA divisions kicking off the season around the pitches. In the Premier League pitch contest, South Launceston welcomes Bracknell with the two first-place contenders looking to make up for disappointing projections in 2019. RELATED NEWS: NTFA: South Launceston, Bracknell ready for the first round The contemporary students of the ancient art of burlesque striptease say the sassy the moves for them are all focused on body positivity and feeling comfortable in their own skin as they bump, wiggle and strut on scene. Devil’s Burlesque Academy in Devonport will be holding a variety show at the Launceston Workers’ Club on April 10. RELATED NEWS: Devil’s Burlesque Academy Graduates Perform At The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Variety Show Presents Razumovsky Quartet As Part Of The Royal Park Series In Collaboration With The Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery. The unique Royal Park series is the first time TSO and QVMAG have teamed up, with the art gallery serving as a captivating backdrop for the orchestra’s first concert series in 2021. To book tickets, visit RELATED NEWS: TSO and QVMAG Team Up for Unique Launceston-Based Performances Before the colder months roll in and hibernation sets in, a special extravaganza will showcase the work of talented artists. Exeter Art Studios is hosting an extravaganza to mark the end of its third year of operation in the Exeter Showgrounds showroom. However, the studio also closes during the colder months, so the extravagance will also be the last chance – until November – to peruse the artwork and maybe buy one or two. The studio showcases a wide range of artwork, including watercolors and oil paintings, prints, woven and woolen items, silk scarves, sculptures, maps and more. RELATED NEWS: Exeter Art Studios to Host Extravagant Event Before Closing for Winter Spicy sensations from kitchens around the world come to an end this weekend, as a market closes its stores for the most months cold. World Street Eats, held every second and fourth Sunday of the month in Civic Square, will have its last market of the season on April 11. The end market will have a few surprises in store for its customers, with dances from the two Latin communities in Hobart and Launceston, as well as performances by SwingMania and Tassie Tenor. RELATED NEWS: World Street Eats Will Have Its Final Market For The Season This Weekend



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