Led Zeppelin will be returning to the big screen on March 30, when a concert movie culled from various performances by the band will show for one night only. Can't wait? Well, we've got an exclusive premiere of the film's trailer that you can watch now.

The "concert event" is presented by Fathom, the same group that was responsible for Aerosmith's recent live film. The footage includes songs from the band's historic shows at Royal Albert Hall in 1970, Madison Square Garden in 1973, Earl's Court in 1975 and the Knebworth Festival in 1979.

The 30-second trailer, which you can watch above, includes snippets of Zep classics "Black Dog," "Kashmir" and "Immigrant Song" -- all of which will undoubtedly be more monumental on a giant screen.

The one-time-only event is happening in select theaters across the country. Fathom's website has all the info you need, including a list of theaters that will be showing the film.

It's been a busy year for the band, which broke up in 1980. They recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of one of their best albums, the double Physical Graffiti, with an expanded deluxe reissue that includes early and alternate mixes of some of the record's classic cuts.

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