Led Zeppelin’s ‘Celebration Day’ film is streaming on YouTube this weekend
28.05.2020

Led Zeppelin’s ‘Celebration Day’ film is streaming on YouTube this weekend

Led Zeppelin
Photo: Jim Summaria (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Words by Will Brewster via Mixdown

Revisit their 2007 reunion show for one weekend only.

Led Zeppelin have announced that Celebration Day, the concert film tracing the band’s one-off London reunion in 2007, will be streaming for free on YouTube this weekend.

The concert took place at London’s O2 Arena in December 2007, with the legendary UK rockers playing a 16 song set full of all the hits as a benefit for music executive Ahmet Ertegün. The show was filmed and later released on DVD in 2012 under the name Celebration Day,

Despite having not officially performed together since 1985’s disastrous Live Aid reunion (with Phil Collins on drums, nonetheless), Celebration Day sees Zep knock out an explosive 16 song, two encore set packed with some of their best loved tracks. Plant, Page and Jones were accompanied by John Bonham’s son Jason on drums, with the group also playing ‘Ramble On’ for the first time in its entirety at the show.

You can tune into the stream when it goes live at 5am on May 31 here. In the meantime, revisit the band’s rendition of ‘Kashmir’ below.

This article originally appeared on Mixdown

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