LED ZEPPELIN - 30th Anniversary Of Led Zeppelin's 1980 Chicago Stadium Shows Remembered In New Video
January 12, 2010, 10 years ago
In recognition of the 30th anniversary of LED ZEPPELIN's four slated shows at Chicago Stadium (November 10th, 12th, 13th and 15th, 1980), Metro Pulse, Inc. has published a new on-line video. These four shows never happened as the world came to find out about the passing of legendary Zeppelin drummer John Bonham on the same day the four shows went on sale - September 25, 1980. This historical video chronicles the events leading up to this last concert, the sale of the tickets, the demolition of the Chicago Stadium and the collectible concert tickets. To view this video click below:
According to Michael Dehn, founder of Metro Pulse, "These concert tickets are a vital piece of Led Zeppelin history and we wanted to document that history. Now, Led Zeppelin fans can own and display a true piece of rock and roll history for their family and friends."
With nearly 30 years gone by since that fateful day, the remaining collector tickets are now available to rock memorabilia fans. Led Zeppelin tickets can be acquired exclusively through Metro Pulse, Inc. and are available in various collector tickets editions. These rare Led Zeppelin tickets are each issued with a certificate of authenticity, are numbered limited editions, and are guaranteed. The tickets encapsulate the legend and long history of Led Zeppelin and its members: Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham and John Paul Jones.
Collectors can purchase rare photos taken of Led Zeppelin at one of the first shows the band played in Chicago at the iconic Kinetic Playground with an authentic 1980 Chicago Stadium ticket attached framed and matted ($100). Other framed pieces for $100 include: Box Office Ticket Award 1975 Chicago stadium with mounted authentic ticket, Box Office Ticket Award 1973 Chicago Stadium with mounted authentic 1980 Stadium ticket, and Box Office Ticket Award 1977 Chicago Stadium with mounted authentic Chicago Stadium unused 1980 ticket. The site also features the following Led Zeppelin memorabilia: the 30th Anniversary Skyline 4 ticket Main Floor set Framed ($199), Chicago Tribune Stadium ad poster ($49 unframed), and 30th anniversary Skyline certificate single ticket shrink wrap ($59). Free shipping for every item.
Led Zeppelin set a Guinness Book of World Records record when 20 million people attempted to enter an on-line lottery in September of 2007 to get a pair of the 18,000 tickets offered for the one-time performance for the December 10, 2007 show at London's 02 Arena.
For more info visit www.ledzeppelintickets.com.