Average: 4.6 (46 votes)

July 30, 1969

Salt Lake City, UT US

Terrace Ballroom

Setlist:

Setlists during this tour include: Train Kept a Rollin', I Can't Quit You Baby, Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, How Many More Times, Communication Breakdown

Notes:

Vanilla Fudge also on the bill. (2 Shows on this date)

Poster reads: Vanilla Fudge ~ Led Zeppelin
TERRACE BALLROOM
TWO SHOWS 7:00-9:30 - WEDNESDAY JULY 30
TICKET INFORMATION OGDEN: 394-2664 SALT LAKE 363-4451
TICKET OUTLETS: JOHN CARLSON'S, THE GENERAL STORE, THE TERRACE BLUE DOOR IN OGDEN
Lights by  Frank & Stein. 

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I was at this concert in

I was at this concert in 1969 and will never forget it. This is without a doubt the best concert I've ever been to. The Terrace is long gone, but was a remarkable venue for the Zep. There were not very many people at this old dance floor setting. I sat in one of the booths by the stage and it was like being right next to them.

Led Zeppelin was fresh and new. I clearly remember watching both Plant and Page who were only a few feet from me. I was amazed at their performance and that they were opening for Vanilla Fudge. I went to their concert at the Salt Palace the next year, but it was a big stage production and nothing like this. The only thing that ever came close was watching the Animals at the Old Mill in SLC, but they lacked the depth of the Zep. I feel fortunate to have seen this concert.