Led Zeppelin’s Celebration Day

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Led Zeppelin’s Celebration Day is the recording of a December 2007 concert, the first of which Led Zeppelin was the headline act in 27 years. The concert was dedicated to friend and founder of Atlantic Records, Ahmet Ertegun, who died the previous year.

Naturally, the band put on a legendary two hour performance at London’s O2 arena including founding members John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. Drumming was Jason Bonham, son of late drummer John Bonham.

Played in front of 18,000 lucky individuals, were 16 songs from the classic Zeppelin archive:

“Good Times Bad Times,” “Ramble On,” “Black Dog,” “In My Time Of Dying,” “For Your Life,” “Trampled Under Foot,” “Nobody’s Fault But Mine,” “No Quarter,” “Since I’ve Been Loving You,” “Dazed And Confused,” “Stairway To Heaven,” “The Song Remains The Same,” “Misty Mountain Hop,” “Kashmir,” “Whole Lotta Love,” and “Rock And Roll.”

Thanks to the peoples of Cineplex, the rest of the world will be afforded an opportunity to see this show. You can purchase tickets for this one of a kind movie-going experience at cineplex.com/events.


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