January 21, 1975
Press Release: Show Added for Boston Date
LED ZEPPELIN BOSTON CONCERT CANCELLED BY CITY AND BOSTON GARDENS. GROUP SCHEDULES THIRD NASSAU COLISEUM DATE TO REPLACE IT ON FEB. 4. BOSTON FANS TO HAVE FIRST SHOT AT TICKETS VIA MAIL ORDER
Swan Song Official Press Release
Jan. 21, 1975
The Led Zeppelin concert scheduled for the Boston Garden on February 4 has been cancelled by the Gardens, who failed to get a license for the concert from the city of Boston. This is the first time in seven years of Led Zeppelin tours that one of their concerts has ever been cancelled. There has never been a serious incident at any of their concerts during all this time.
The members of Led Zeppelin have scheduled on the same date, February 4, a third Nassau Coliseum concert. Tickets to that concert will be made available first to Led Zeppelin’s Boston fans via mail order. Mail orders with a Massachusetts postmark are being accepted beginning today and tickets will not go on sale at the Nassau Coliseum Box Office until later this week. According to Led Zeppelin’s manager, Peter Grant, “The group is extremely disappointed that they will not be able to play Boston this year. Boston has always been a very special city for Zeppelin, and in fact, the first American concert was held there…..