Average: 4.6 (19 votes)

May 18, 1973

Dallas, TX US

Memorial Auditorium (Dallas)

Setlist:

includes: Rock and Roll, Celebration Day, (Bring It On Home intro) Black Dog, Over the Hills and Far Away, Misty Mountain Hop, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, The Song Remains the Same, Rain Song, Dazed and Confused (incl. San Francisco), Stairway to Heaven.

Notes:

Newspaper report:

Zeppelin Record -- Led Zeppelin, well on their way to the most successful rock tour in history, showed once again that they are the most popular group since the Beatles. In Dallas May 18, Led Zeppelin drew 10,000 fans to Memorial Hall and then came back the very next night with a standing-room-only concert in Ft. Worth that drew 13,500. With back-to-back dates in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, Led Zeppelin has set yet another record by selling out both arenas on successive nights. (May 1973)

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Bonham Drumstick

Picking up a Bonham drumstick thrown into the audience at the end of this show is my fondest Zeppelin memory and the most precious piece of rock memorabilia I own! My ticket stub from the concert has been taped to the stick since the show, but it only shows the month and date, not the year. Because of this great website, the stick now proudly has "1973" written on it. I remember graduating college that year, but was dazed and confused over the exact year I was treated by John Bonham to one of his sticks. Being a drummer myself, I have always cherished seeing Zepplin live in Dallas, as well as Fort Worth, over their years. Needless to say, I also cherish having one of the sticks that helped make rock music like no other band ever has and ever will.