Happy Led Zeppelin Celebration Day everyone! That is, the day that cinemas all over the world are screening Led Zeppelin’s 2007 reunion concert from London. Considered the only real reunion the group has had in 30 years, TODAY is the day that 1,500 theaters worldwide pay tribute to one of the greatest rock’n’roll bands OF ALL TIME.
The concert lasted over two hours and showcased all the hits that made Led Zeppelin as awesome and popular as they were, and most definitely, still are. Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones, all original members of the group were joined by Jason Bonham, the son of the original drummer, the deceased, John Bonham. Only 18,000 people were lucky enough to win tickets in the lottery held for the concert, but today, we can all head to a movie theater and catch the show on the big screen.
For a snippet of the film, check out Led Zeppelin’s official website. For a list of the cinemas showing the concert, check out Nexo Digital’s page, clicking on ‘elenco cinema.’ Once you find a movie theater that suits you, I suggest visiting its website for info on showtimes and buying tickets. For example, I visited Odeon’s site, clicked on ‘acquista,’ and then was taken to a site to purchase the tickets, €9.50, at this particular cinema. Or you can type in ‘Led Zeppelin Celebration Day’ in Google, and it will automatically give you cinemas and show times for Rome.
In honor of one of the greatest bands EVER, Led Zeppelin, here’s one of my person favorites, Babe I’m Gonna Leave You. So let’s all get the Led out today, shall we?!