Led Zeppelin will stream their 2007 reunion concert titled, “Celebration Day” for a limited time this coming weekend.
The concert film will premiere on May 30th at 8 PM GMT | 3 PM ET | 12 NN PST – the whole concert will be streamed online via Led Zeppelin’s Official Youtube channel for three days straight.
The “Celebration Day” showcases the surviving member of Led Zeppelin reuniting in London’s 02 Arena on December 10, 2007 – the reunion happened as a tribute concert for friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.
John Bonham being gone featured his son, Jason Bonham taking his place behind the drums – the live performance saw 20 million people apply for tickets via a worldwide lottery to Led Zeppelin’s first headline concert in 27 years which only 18,000 were lucky to win the lottery.
The reunion concert won Led Zeppelin a 2014 Grammy Award in the Best Rock Album category, while “Kasmir” for the second nomination in the Best Rock Performance category.