How we launched a site in 21 days and facilitated the sales of 80,000 tickets for Pink Floyd Exhibition.

  • S2BN Entertainment
  • Website Development

Key Focus

UI Design
CMS Integration
Content Production


The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains is an immersive and interactive journey that weaves the tapestry of the band's extraordinary saga. The exhibitions showcased their music enveloped in a sensory-rich experience, exploring the creative genius and personal stories that shaped this legendary group.


The Pink Floyd Exhibition was set to make a splash in Montreal and S2BN Entertainment, the team behind the expo, enlisted Dreww, to create a brand-new website to support the event. With only 14 days to build and deliver the website, our team was up for the challenge to design and develop a website that was fully responsive and mobile-friendly to cater to the hundreds of thousands of visitors who would be looking to purchase tickets.


Deliver a beautiful website to sell tickets for their exhibition on a tight deadline.


We designed the website with a mobile-first approach, in order to give visitors easy access to all the information they need and the ability to buy their exhibition tickets while on the go. To ensure that the website could handle the expected high volume of traffic, we implemented a redundant and robust hosting solution. One of our main priorities was to give visitors a preview of what to expect from the exhibition through the website. To achieve this, we created custom video and image content that brought the exhibition to life online. In addition to offering a sneak peek of the exhibition, the website was seamlessly integrated with their ticketing platform.


The Pink Floyd Exhibition website development project was a challenging yet rewarding experience for our team at Dreww. We are proud to have delivered a website that can handle the high traffic volume and provide visitors with a seamless online and offline experience.

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