- Publish Date
- Friday, 29 May 2020, 8:48AM
Led Zeppelin's final concert performance, immortalized in the 2012 film Celebration Day will be available this weekend for locked down fans to relive.
Shot at the December 10, 2007, memorial concert for Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegun, the performance was one of the most wildly-anticipated live events in music history, with some 27 million people having applied for tickets in a worldwide lottery.
The surviving members of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant, reconvened onstage for the first time in 27 years, with the late-John Bonham's son Jason Bonham on drums.
"The thing about Led Zeppelin was that it was always four musicians at the top of their game, but they could play like a band," Page reminisced about the show to Rolling Stone in 2012. "Even in the first couple of rehearsal days, running up to the O2, we were playing pretty good. But we really wanted to shine as a band."
The two-hour set included 16 of Zeppelin's most iconic songs, "Stairway to Heaven," "Kashmir," "Black Dog," "Dazed and Confused," "Whole Lotta Love" and others.
Celebration Day will be available for three days, Sunday NZT.