Average: 4.9 (326 votes)

July 29, 1973

New York, NY US

Madison Square Garden

Setlist:

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, Moby Dick, Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love (incl. Let That Boy Boogie), The Ocean, Organ solo ~ Thank You.

Notes:

The gigs at MSG are filmed and recorded for the group's feature movie, The Song Remains the Same, and accompanying soundtrack album, as well as the 2003 dvd. A remastered edition of the film & soundtrack are released in November 2007.


Variety (August 1973): Led Zeppelin Wraps Up U.S. Tour with Record Gates and $4-Million Gross

 Led Zeppelin’s U.S. tour, which wound up at Madison Square Garden, N.Y. Sunday (29th), shattered attendance records, many previously held by the Beatles and grossed some $4,000,000. Latter figure for the 33 dates is unofficial as the British quartet began withholding such info after breaking Beatles marks to launch the tour in Atlanta and Tampa.

The Garden concert was the third consecutive sellout at the arena, where a $7.50 top usually means a $130,000 gross potential. The three Concerts East shows would come to $390,000. The May 4 opener at Braves Stadium, Atlanta, drew 39,236 patrons who paid $246,000, the largest concert crowd in Georgia’s history. Previously high was 33,000 drawn to the same stadium by the Beatles in 1965.

Next night, Led Zeppelin drew 56,800 to Tampa Stadium with a $309,000 gross. The previous mark for a single concert in the U.S. was believed to have been the $301,000 paid by 55,000 at the fames Beatles Shea Stadium, N.Y. concert, also in 1965.

The rockers, who performed without opening acts, played to more than 100,000 customers in California in less than a week, including a California record 39,304 at Kezar stadium, San Francisco, June 2. Previous mark of45, 000 was set by Grand Funk Railroad two years ago.

They sold out Dallas and Ft. Worth back to back, virtually unheard of previously, drawing 10,000 to Dallas Memorial Auditorium May 18 and 13,500 to Tarrant County Convention Centre.

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THANK YOU

In the words of Mr.Plant "This is the last night of the last tour".
Being an avid collector of live Zep this show was always on my list.
Although i had all three nights on tape for some reason my "supplier"
would only give me the first 100 min. of each show.So i had 3 tapes and each show ending with Dazed & Confused.Now after reading about the last 1/2 hour of July 29th show i had to have it.After finally getting a sounboard copy of this i was not disappointed.The Whole Lotta Love is
a strange one , with Bonham doing a full 5 minute non-stop hammering
and Plant filling in with some eerie echo moans.I swear that Jimmy is
playing the violin bow underneath all of this.If that wasn't enough after The Ocean they end with the last ever live version of Thank You.Quite
epic!! Man i wish they put this footage on the newly released Song Remains The Same extras.By the way does anybody else agree with
me that the original mix is better than the new version??Too much trickery effects on everything and the audience sounds added on.