Join John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant at London’s Hammersmith Apollo for a special premiere screening of Celebration Day on October 12th 2012. Very limited number of tickets available here: http://bit.ly/QEiIJR
The film of Celebration Day will see a worldwide theatrical release on 1,500 screens in over 40 territories on October 17. Celebration Day will then be available in multiple video and audio formats on November 19 from Swan Song/Atlantic Records.
Film To Debut At Ziegfeld Theater In New York On October 9;
Press Conference With John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, And Jason Bonham To Precede New York Premiere
Hammersmith Apollo To Host London Premiere On October 12
Premieres In Berlin And Tokyo Also Scheduled In Advance Of
Global Theatrical Release On October 17
Led Zeppelin have announced upcoming premieres in four countries for Celebration Day, which documents the band’s 2007 concert at London’s O2 Arena.
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones hold a press conference in London, Sept. 21, 2012, to launch the "Celebration Day" concert film of the 2007 O2 reunion show.
LED ZEPPELIN - CELEBRATION DAY CINEMA LISTINGS
(updated: Nov. 23, 2012)
One of a kind rarity, from possibly the last ever Led Zeppelin Concert: Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham signed drum skin, donated to John Bonham's sister, Deborah, for her charity.
Framed in presentation case with 02 Ahmet Ertegun Zeppelin 2007 Poster A4
Jimmy Page has launched a new set of stamps in the U.K. featuring classic album covers from the last 40 years.
British postal service Royal Mail went through thousands of pieces of artwork to draw up a short list of 10 for the set, released today.
They include Led Zeppelin IV, the classic 1971 album that contained Stairway To Heaven and which sold 32 million copies.
The inside story of Led Zeppelin's BBC sessions told exclusively by Jimmy Page. Jimmy Page joins Shaun Keaveny for a unique celebration of the thrilling early recordings . The BBC sessions capture the audacity and raw energy of Led Zeppelin's first live shows. Now Jimmy Page chooses his personal highlights from the music and shares his memories of an extraordinary time in Led Zeppelin's history.
A new 100% commercial-free music channel dedicated to Led Zeppelin will be broadcast on SIRIUS channel 12 and XM channel 39, starting at 6:00 pm ET, Saturday, November 1, through December 31.
The Song Remains The Same
(Expanded & Remastered Soundtrack)
(4LP-180 Gram Vinyl Box)
Led Zeppelin’s Landmark Concert Film—Originally Released in ‘76 Captured Highlights From The Band’s 3-Night Stand At Madison Square Garden In 1973 — Is Remastered & Expanded With Six Additional Historic Song Performances On A Deluxe 4-LP Reissue Featuring Liner Notes By Cameron Crowe.
Available: July 22nd
Led Zeppelin were named the Best Live Act of the last twelve months at the Mojo 'Honours List' ceremony in London last night (June 16th).
See the latest issue of Uncut magazine, onsale now, for in-depth exclusive interviews with Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones - the first since their reunion show last December.
On February 26th, The Song Remains The Same will make its high definition debut when Warner Home Video (WHV) releases the completely re-mastered and re-mixed version of Led Zeppelin’s famed concert film The Song Remains The Same on Blu-ray Disc with all 16 song performances for the first time together on DVD and more than 40 minutes of extra material. (HD DVD format release date: March 18th).
Press Reports and Reviews
Behind the scenes at the rehearsals for the biggest show of the year
Led Zeppelin are pleased to announce the launch of their new Official Website :
Ledzeppelin.com will be the ultimate online destination for all Led Zeppelin fans, old and new. As well as keeping the world up to date on Led Zeppelin’s activities, the site will give fans a chance to explore the band’s history and music within a goldmine of information, photos, official merchandise and audio-visual media.
Contests / Charity Auctions for tickets, to the London O2 Arena concert,
December 10th, 2007: