'Rock Box' Speakers Downtown Will Play 'Dark Side of the Moon' During Solar Eclipse

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Beginning at 1:50 p.m. or so, the Rock Hall will play Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon through its Rock Box speakers, located across downtown.

The album's final song, "Eclipse," will sync up with the darkest point of the partial solar eclipse, right around 2:31 p.m.



There's not much more to the news than that. If you have not yet procured your eclipse glasses or acid blotter, then you might just want to post up near a set of speakers this afternoon and enjoy one of the greatest rock albums of all time.




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