DOORS fans can celebrate the 50th anniversary of classic album The Soft Parade on September 14 when The Doors Alive perform at Pyramid.

The band are widely regarded as the closest representation of the legendary 1960s rock gods in the world today.

Becki Mundy, from Parr Hall, said: “The band formed in 2005 and since then there have been three Jims, two Rays, two Robbys and just one John but the current line-up is the best it has been.

“The band re-create the sound, look, presence and magic of a real 1960s Doors concert, perfectly and effortlessly transporting the audience back in time with classic hits such as Light My Fire, When the Music’s Over, Riders on the Storm, The End and many more.

“Frontman Mike captures the look, attitude and rich baritone voice of the late, great Jim Morrison with ease while his compadres showcase the musical chops of original Doors members Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore with finesse and authenticity.”

The hard touring tribute act have more than 1,000 shows under their belt, performing in 15 countries. They have played at the Isle of Wight Festival and played on the same bill with the likes of Status Quo, Nazareth, Uriah Heep, Hayseed Dixie and Eric Burdon.

Becki added: “To achieve their authentic 60s sound, the band use the same instruments which members of The Doors originally used.

“With their arsenal of vintage gear, they create note perfect musical landscapes that evoke the swinging days of The Doors at their peak.”

Tickets are on sale now, visit or call 442345.