Average: 4.9 (48 votes)

March 20, 1975

Vancouver, BC CA

Pacific Coliseum

Setlist:

Rock and Roll, Sick Again, Over the Hills and Far Away, In My Time of Dying, The Song Remains the Same, Rain Song, Kashmir, No Quarter, Trampled Underfoot, Moby Dick, Dazed and Confused (incl. Woodstock), Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta Love, Heartbreaker.

Notes:

'75 North American Tour Programme

Click here to view the North American '75 Tour Programme (flipbook)

The two concerts in Vancouver are almost cancelled, due to a strike by radio station CKLG-FM.
 
3-18-75: "CUPE local 1004 (Canadian Union of Public Employees) at the PNE and two other unions involved would have boycotted the concert if CUPE local 686, representing the CKLG strikers, had so wished. But CUPE spokesman Ole Johnson said the concert is “definitely on.”

“We felt it was in the best public interest to allow the concert to be held," he said, “We aren’t intertested in hurting the over 20,000 people who have already bought tickets."

 

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Show Review

I was 16. This show was a massive sound Tsunami of talent, power and sheer energy...wave after wave of intense and relentless magic blasted from the speakers and poured over the crowd...simply overwhelming and jaw dropping!

We got to see a glimpse at musical genius creating their art…their chemistry was/is extraordinary and incredible. I am now 48. It seems like a life-time ago. In some respects it was, yet I still have vivid memories of their performance, especially Jimmy’s phenomenal and masterful guitar playing and tone. We loved them! The so-called Rock Gods had landed in Vancouver. We prayed at their alter for almost four hours…we left exhausted and numbed from the experience.

The noise hangover lasted for days. It is safe to say, the world will never experience a group of such talented musicians like this again. Led Zep’s place is Rock history is undeniable and well deserved. PS I saw them 1977 as well, but that’s another story.