Led Zeppelin announce ‘Celebration Day’ film premieres

Concert film will get red carpet treatment in New York, London, Berlin and Tokyo

Led Zeppelin have announced four film premieres for their Celebration Day concert film.

The film, which documents the band’s 2007 reunion show at London’s O2 Arena, will make its cinema debut at the Ziegfield Theater in New York on October 9 before similar premieres in London, Berlin and Tokyo.

Prior to the New York premiere, founding members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones will be joined by Jason Bonham, the son of the late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, at a press conference at New York’s Museum of Art.


Celebration Day will then hold a premiere at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on October 12, where Jones, Page and Plant will be in attendance. Events will subsequently be held in Berlin on October 15, which Jones will attend, and Tokyo on October 16, which has confirmed Page in attendance.

Tickets for the London premiere are limited and cost £20. You can purchase tickets and read more information via this link.

Celebration Day will screen in cinemas from October 17. The film will then get a general DVD release on November 19. A deluxe edition will also include footage of the Shepperton rehearsals, as well as BBC news footage.

The tracklisting for Celebration Day is as follows:

‘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’
‘Whole Lotta Love’
‘Rock And Roll’


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