Average: 3.8 (143 votes)

June 21, 1980

Rotterdam, Holland, NL

Ahoy

Setlist:

Train Kept a Rollin', Nobody's Fault But Mine, (Out On the Tiles intro) Black Dog, In The Evening, Rain Song, Hot Dog, All My Love, Trampled Underfoot, Since I've Been Loving You, Achilles Last Stand, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, Stairway to Heaven, Rock and Roll, Heartbreaker.

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Excellent Concert!

It was a Full House! We got in just in time. Tickets were mostly sold out, we managed to obtain cheep tickets at the time. There was alot of black selling though, as one could notice, in those times. Poeple just trying to push you their tickets, but we already had our offical tickets bought at the box office were we lived.

We live in the middle of the Netherlands and drove to Rotterdam, got lost and first ended up in Den Haag! My band drummer was the driver, and HOW! But, as I mentioned, we got there in time to see and experience the whole grand concert! Even Adje van den Berg, was wandering in the center arena.[Thanks to Pagey, he managed to prduce his/there - Van Den Berg - album!]

Even made some great shots, with tele lens at the time. Excellent they came out. Always excellent rememberance of the concert, they are.

The Crowd really went wild! So did we. We sat at the right of the stage, upward. But had an excellent viewing point og the whole concert, eventhough we did not hear the sound as it should be. But still, it sounded great! Jimmy, Robert, John Paul and John...at their best. I am still very glad I had this oppertunity to experience BONZO - John Bonham - before his decease a short time later, alas.Have some great shots of him.

They ended with Rock'n Roll, I think and that thore down the building, so-to-speak! The whole hall went wild. I could not even sit still either, I must say! Well, after a couple of beers...you do get into the mood!

To bad it had to end. But am content and will cherish this concert for ever!

Thank you Jimmy, Robert, John Paul and dear Bonzo!

Long Live Led Zeppelin!