Average: 4.7 (538 votes)

July 7, 1980

Berlin, DE

Eissporthalle

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, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, Stairway to Heaven, Rock and Roll, Whole Lotta Love.

Notes:

The final Led Zeppelin performance.

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A Memory Frozen Forever

I had moved to Berlin a few months before this show and was ecstatic when I read they were coming. It wasnt too crazy to get tickets and I invited two friends who didnt know the band very well, telling them it would be a concert they'd never forget. The hall was a typical echoey space. Our seats were along the side about halfway back and halfway up. No big video screens in those days, so we weren't able to see the small movements the band made, but I got a thrill knowing they were right there.

The band seemed a bit worn down from the tour. I was dissapointed with the show, I must admit. It was rather uninspired. It seemed like a quick blast through some hits and a few new tunes from ITTOD, which struck me as not sounding as Zep like as the others. They didnt play much from Houses of the Holy or Physical Graffiti, and it seemed to be over quicker than I expected. - I'd seen them at MSG in 77 and they played 4 hrs. I think this was about 2.

Of course, little did we know at the time that we were in fact lucky enough to witness the bands last show. In spite of what I thought that night, I wouldn't trade it for anything. Still hoping to find a decent CD of the show (or tape/DVD?)