Led Zeppelin Concert Film Coming to U.S. Theaters
A new career-spanning Led Zeppelin concert movie event will be presented in to U.S. theaters on March 30.
Fathom is sponsoring the nearly two-hour big-screen presentation of live footage. Featured performances include songs from Led Zeppelin’s appearances in January 1970 at Royal Albert Hall in London, July 1973 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, May 1975 at Earl’s Court in London and August 1979 at England’s Knebworth Festival.
To find the nearest theater playing host to this latest edition of the Fathom Events Classic Music Series, click Buy Tickets and enter your zip code at the Fathom website.
Fathom Events has sponsored recent one-night-only theater premieres of concerts by the likes of Aerosmith and Hall and Oates, as well. This new Fathom event page features a Led Zeppelin logo, shown above, containing images from expanded reissues of the band’s first six albums.
Fathom also earlier oversaw presentations of Celebration Day during two October nights in 2012. That concert film commemorated the 2007 reunion of original members John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, as they were joined by Jason Bonham for updates of 16 songs from Led Zeppelin’s celebrated discography at London’s O2 Arena.
Each of Led Zeppelin initial six studio efforts has been repackaged and expanded through an on-going campaign overseen by Jimmy Page, beginning with Led Zeppelin I last June. The most recent entry in this series, the 1975 double album Physical Graffiti, just arrived on Feb. 24.
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