Led Zeppelin Movie Hitting Select Theaters For One Night Only

Led Zeppelin, 2014.
Ross Halfin/© Genesis Publications 2014

Led Zeppelin fans should mark their calendars for March 30. Amongst all the classic album reissues, they're getting another blast from the past -- a feature-length film of classic live footage from the band's glory years, screening in select U.S. theaters for one night only.

On March 30, the Fathom Events Classic Music Series presents Led Zeppelin, a 105-minute collection of Zeppelin performances culled from the '70s.

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Led Zeppelin premieres at 7:30 p.m. (local time) throughout the U.S. on March 30 in a multitude of cities, from New York to Fargo, N.D., to Fairbanks, Alaska. Check out participating theaters and details on how to purchase tickets here.

The show contains footage from a Jan. 1970 at London's Royal Albert Hall, a July 1973 at New York's Madison Square Garden, a May 1975 show at London's Earl's Court, and a 1979 concert at England's Knebworth festival.


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