Led Zeppelin Concert History

Led Zeppelin was an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group comprised vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. With a heavy, guitar-driven sound, they are cited as one of the progenitors of hard rock and heavy metal, although their style drew from a variety of influences, including blues and folk music. Led Zeppelin have been credited as significantly impacting the nature of the music industry...

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Sep 19, 2023
Led Zeppelin Theatre Du Casino Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Feb 25, 2023
Led Zeppelin Spirit of '66 Verviers, Wallonia, Belgium
Dec 27, 2021
Led Zepplin Purdential center Newark, New Jersey, United States
Aug 20, 2021
ACDC / Led Zepplin / Aerosmith / guns n roses
Mar 31, 2020
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Dec 10, 2007
Led Zeppelin - Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert
Led Zeppelin / Foreigner / Paolo Nutini / Bill Wyman And The Rhythm Kings / Paul Rodgers / Maggie Bell / Emerson, Lake and Palmer / Yes
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The O2 London, England, United Kingdom
Show Duplicate for Dec 10, 2007
May 26, 1997
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Capital Centre Landover, Maryland, United States
Jan 12, 1995
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Waldorf Astoria New York New York, New York, United States
May 14, 1988
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Madison Square Garden New York, New York, United States
Jul 13, 1985
Live Aid 1985
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John F. Kennedy Stadium Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Show Duplicates for Jul 13, 1985
Oct 22, 1980
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The Spectrum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Jul 07, 1980
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Eissporthalle Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Jul 05, 1980
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Olympiahalle Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Jul 03, 1980
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Mannheim Eisstadion Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Jul 02, 1980
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Eisstadion Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Jun 29, 1980
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Hallenstadion Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
Jun 27, 1980
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Messehalle Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
Jun 26, 1980
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Wiener Stadthalle Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Jun 24, 1980
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Messehalle Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany
Jun 23, 1980
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Stadthalle Bremen Bremen, Bremen, Germany

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Led Zeppelin / Blodwyn Pig / The Liverpool Scene on Jun 13, 1969 [140-small]

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Jun 13, 1969
 Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
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Led Zeppelin / Blodwyn Pig on Mar 22, 1969 [394-small]

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Mar 22, 1969
 Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
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Mar 01, 1969
 Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
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Mar 01, 1969
 Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
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Mar 01, 1969
 Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
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May 16, 1973
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Aug 25, 1971
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Aug 25, 1971
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Mar 29, 1970
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Mar 29, 1970
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Aug 03, 1969
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Aug 03, 1969
 Houston, Texas, United States
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Robert Phillips May 29, 2023

Led Zeppelin did NOT play at the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida, on August 31, 1971. They played at the Orlando Sports Stadium, later known as the Eddie Graham Sports Complex. It was demolished in 1995. This was Led Zeppelin’s only concert appearance in Orlando.
The Tangerine Bowl later became the Citrus Bowl and as of 2023 is known as Camping World Stadium. Led Zeppelin never played there.

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I saw them in 1970 at the Spectrum, in Philadelphia

Ms Junerose70 Mar 10, 2022

I don't know if this is allowed, but here is a review... A crowd of 70,000 paid between $10-$12 apiece for the opportunity to see Led Zeppelin, arguably the world’s biggest rock band at the time, perform at the open-air Tampa Stadium. The gates had opened around noon, and, so far, there had been no major incidents. The enormous mass of fans eagerly anticipated the guitar wizardry of Jimmy Page, the wailing vocal of Robert Plant, and the inevitable Bonzo drum solo. The band took the stage at about 8:15. However, anyone that has lived in Tampa will tell you: rain is unavoidable in the summer months Eleven minutes after the show began, it started to rain. The band, fearing what might happen to their electrical equipment in the thunderstorm, left the stage. The storm passed shortly after it started, but Led Zeppelin did not return to the stage. When an announcement was made that the band would not be coming back, angry concert goers on the field stormed the stage. The police guarding the stage were not prepared for the onslaught of 4000 angry rock fans.Eventually, other officers were called in with tear gas to break up the mob. There are conflicting opinions about whether the use of such tactics was justifiable, or if the incident could truly be labeled a riot. In the end, thirty-five fans and nine police officers were treated for injuries and twenty arrests were made.

Fans were assured that there would be a “raincheck” concert, and that the incident would not affect future shows at Tampa Stadium. Both of these statements turned out to be false. Led Zeppelin never returned to Tampa, and there were no more concerts at Tampa Stadium

Ms Junerose70 Mar 10, 2022

Actually the concert was one day, not 3 times... and it was a mess! So disappointing! An ominous rain cloud over head, So much rain. A lot of lightning and loud thunder! flooding the interior of the stadium. it was hard to get out of there pushing and shoving! It got violent, even some friends of ours were badly hear, on was stabbed in the neck. There was no reason for the violence.. I can't believe people were expecting the group to play during a bad storm like that!

Ron Kelley Aug 09, 2021

I remember Led Zeppelin played in Mobile, Alabama in either 1973 or 74, don't see it listed here.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What genre is Led Zeppelin?

Led Zeppelin is a classic rock band that drew musical inspiration from a variety of existing genres including American folk, Celtic folk, blues, and more. They are often referred to as one of the forerunners of metal and hard rock music as well as one of the first bands to embrace and influence stadium performances and concept albums.

Who were the members of Led Zeppelin?

The founding, core members of Led Zeppelin were:

  • Robert Plant on lead vocals
  • Jimmy Page on lead guitar
  • John Bonham on drums
  • John Paul Jones on keyboard

Where was Led Zeppelin from?

Led Zeppelin was formed in London, England.

When did Led Zeppelin form?

The four members of what would become “Led Zeppelin” first performed together in August 1968 in the basement of a London record store. Soon thereafter, the band toured as the “New Yardbirds” throughout Scandinavia.

How did Led Zeppelin get its name?

After the band’s Scandinavian tour, they were issued a cease and desist by Chris Dreja of the original “Yardbirds” to stop using the name “New Yardbirds.” Page played guitar with the Yardbirds several years earlier and had been given permission to use the name as part of a supergroup he was trying to put together with himself, Dreja, Jeff Beck, Keith Moon, and John Entwistle.

Rumor has it that Moon and Entwistle declined, telling Page that his band would go down like a “lead balloon.” While meant as criticism, Page and the other “New Yardbirds” took the insult as inspiration. They altered “lead” to “led” and changed “balloon” to “zeppelin creating the name “Led Zeppelin.” On October 25, 1968, the band performed their first show under the new name at the University of Surrey in Battersea, London.

What do the Led Zeppelin symbols mean?

Led Zeppelin IV, the band’s fourth album appeared with no official name and very little information about its contents. Instead, there were four symbols placed on the cover. Each of these were selected by one of the band mates and have grown to become symbolic of the band as a whole. Each member selected their symbol for a different reason:

  • Robert Plant's symbol is a circle around a feather, which is meant to symbolize his talents as a writer while also alluding to Ma’at, an Egyptian goddess of justice and fairness who is often represented by a feather.
  • Jimmy Page designed his symbol to spell “ZOSO.” He’s never publicly stated what the symbol means, but it is known that unlike several of the other members, Page designed this symbol himself and did not select it from another source.
  • John Paul's symbol is a circle placed over three interlocking ovals, which he discovered in Rudolf Koch's The Book of Signs. It represents the Christian Trintiy and was thought to serve as a symbol of protection during exorcisms.
  • John Bonham's symbol was also discovered in The Book of Signs. It’s said that he selected the sign simply because he liked the way it looked, though it’s technically also a symbolic represntation of the Christian Trinity.

What literary work inspired Led Zeppelin's The Battle of Evermore?

“The Battle of Evermore” is inspired by The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkein. The song was released as a Celtic folk duet with Robert Plant and Sandy Denny. To thank her for her participation, Denny also has her own Led Zeppelin IV symbol featured as an asterik after “The Battle of Evermore” on the inner sleeve of the album. The symbol, which includes three upside down triangles stacked triangularly (two on the bottom and one centerrd atop), is thought to be a Christian symbol for the Godhead.

Which member's death prompted the dissolution of Led Zeppelin?

In 1980, John Bonham died after drinking heavily. After his death, the American tour was canceled and the band released a statement announcing the dissolution of the band stating that they couldn't continue without a founding member.

Where can I watch Becoming Led Zeppelin?

Becoming Led Zeppelin is a documentary film about the origins of the band and its early years. It premiered in 2021 at the Venice Film Festival. You can watch it on digitbinge or buy it at retail stores.

How many concerts has Led Zeppelin had?

Led Zeppelin has had 558 concerts.

What genre is Led Zeppelin?

Led Zeppelin is most often considered to be Rock, Folk, Hard Rock, British, Classic Rock, Blues, Folk Rock, Blues Rock, Heavy Metal, Progressive Rock, Album Oriented Rock (AOR), British Blues, and Arena Rock.

When was the last Led Zeppelin concert?

The last Led Zeppelin concert was on September 19, 2023 at Theatre Du Casino in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.

What setlist does Led Zeppelin play live?

The songs that Led Zeppelin performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the December 10, 2007 concert at The O2 in London, England, United Kingdom:

  1. Good Times Bad Times
  2. Ramble On
  3. Black Dog
  4. In My Time of Dying
  5. For Your Life
  6. Trampled Under Foot
  7. Nobody's Fault but Mine
  8. No Quarter
  9. Since I've Been Loving You
  10. Dazed and Confused
  11. Stairway to Heaven
  12. The Song Remains the Same
  13. Misty Mountain Hop
  14. Kashmir
  15. Whole Lotta Love
  16. Rock and Roll