The greatest rock band of all time deserves the heaviest symphonic salute of the century. This is it.
In January 2017, thirty-five years after Led Zeppelin's official demise with the death of drummer John Bonham, Australian fans will witness a tribute befitting a legend that only grows in stature with each passing year.
Fronted by Zep Boys powerhouse vocalist Vince Contarino and bolstered by the breathtaking might of The Black Dog Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Buc, the timeless legacy of Page, Plant, Bonham and Jones will scale new heights of hard rock majesty and symphonic grandeur from the raw, metallic blues of Whole Lotta Love to the epic Stairway to Heaven and the sheer exhilaration of Kashmir.
Since 1986, Adelaide's Zep Boys have carved a unique place among the most flawless and passionate hard rock outfits to carry the Zeppelin flame, performing the sacred catalogue to gobsmacked crowds of up to 50,000. With dramatically up-scaled production and note-perfect commitment unsurpassed in Zep-lore, this is their moment to make rock'n'roll history.
Don’t miss this explosive celebration of the music of Led Zeppelin in one of the most ambitious concerts ever to meet the stage.