The New York-based Pink Floyd cover band kicked off the 2009 McClellan concert series as a popular act with attendees.
Richard Grant, 61, of Oxford, said the music took him back to his "better days."
"Some of the best times of my life happened to the jams of Pink Floyd," Grant said.
Grant attended the concert with his wife, children and grandchildren and he was happy to share the band's music with his family.
John Wright, 25, said he was happy to see Music at McClellan feature music he likes. The Anniston resident sipped on a beer with his friends and munched on hot dogs before the show Saturday night.
"The festival atmosphere out here is pretty cool," he said.
Before the show Marilyn Brewster, 24, said she couldn't name any Pink Floyd tunes.
"Sure you can!," friends told her and started singing lines from "Comfortably Numb" off the album The Wall.
Brewster discovered she knew at least one song the band played Saturday night.
"I'm just out here to have a good time with my friends," she said.
The crowd size was estimated to be at least 1,700, comparing favorably to attendance for Alabama Symphony Orchestra concerts in previous seasons.
On June 6, the next Music at McClellan act will be singer Ruben Studdard, who attained national fame on the American Idol music competition series in the spring of 2003.