Published On: Thu, May 28th, 2020

Led Zeppelin reunion concert Celebration Day to stream this weekend | Music | Entertainment


They’re one of the biggest rock bands in history of music. And Led Zeppelin haven’t played a reunion concert since 2007, when they headlined the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert in The O2 Arena. Celebration Day became a concert movie in 2012 with a limited theatrical release and now is streaming free for fans this weekend.

The Led Zeppelin Celebration Day Global Watch Party was announced with a trailer this week teasing the iconic event.

UK fans can watch the concert live on the band’s official YouTube channel at 8pm this Saturday, May 30, where it will be available for three days.

Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones reunited for the incredible concert, while the late John Bonham’s son Jason took his father’s place on the drums.

Here’s the full sixteen song set of the reunion concert, including both encores:

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Plant added: “We are very pleased and glad with our very, very short career.

“If you think about it, it’s only 12 years.

“We get on OK, but, you know.”

Earlier this year, the singer shared the secrets of Led Zeppelin’s success.

Plant told The Sun: “We were very fortunate because we had this thing called chemistry, although I hate to use that term.

“It was a fantastic and fortuitous accident.”

“There was something evocative and slightly addictive about us because, in the middle of all our madness, you could feel and hear that it was Zeppelin.

“For the four of us, it was almost like role play. Self-expression was never marred and there was always a free pass to take an idea to the extreme.”



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