• Released
  • October 17, 2012
  • (Additional showing on 10/18/12)
  • R , 2 hr 5 min
  • Concert/Special Events
Led Zeppelin - Celebration Day Synopsis
Led Zeppelin in concert.

Movie Reviews

Celebrate This Awesome Film!

By FandangoSuks
I saw this on October 17th at one of two Southern California theaters showing it at the time. The concert footage is straightforward and in your face. I saw Zep live in 1977 and it's as close as...

This is how it's supposed to be done...

By 69cahilly69
Easily the greatest musical foursome in history and Im sure there might be a couple others out there who would agree. That being said, lets break it down to just the basics, 4 guys on stage playing...

ROBBED

By pistoff
First,I was completely lead to believe this concert was filmed and presented in IMAX with RPX concert quality sound by the Fathom Events CEO and by the labeling on the tickets. However,once we were...

Terrible sound @ Irvine Spectrum!

By aadangod
After the CEO of Fandango boasts about their great technology & sound during the previews, the movie that had considerable promise starts with barely audible sound for more than 15 minutes with the...

Getting the Led out

By smittymail
Consummate professionals and clearly NOT past their prime, Led Zeppelin stalwarts Jimmy, Robert, John Paul and the quite competent fill in for the irreplaceable John Bonham...son Jason, tore through...

AWESOME!

By x4elizabeth
I'm a HUGE led zeppelin fan and seeing this movie made me so happy! it was like I was really there watching this concert happen! it was the coolest thing! I've seen "the song remains the same" about...

AWWWWWESOMMMMME!!!

By BOWSER78
AWWWWWESOMMMMMME!!!!! THE BEST thing about this movie 'experience,' besides THE ABSOLUTE POWER, MAJESTY, and GLORY of LED ZEPPELIN again presented on celluloid ...all the parents who are bringing...

Seats were Rockin' People were Hollerin'

By m2golfdog
I went to this expecting that I would be disappointed because I couldn't actually see the band live. However, after going to the theater and seeing this concert on the big screen...I am getting over...

Rock on!!!

By pjcoach
The show was great. The theater had the sound so low it was hard to hear it. They corrected it by the second song. This is something everyone who likes Led Zeppelin should see....

Terrible Sound Ruined It!

By NOLA Bass
Saw it at the AMC Elmwood Palace 20 in Metairie, LA. Wow, what a rip-off. The movie started and the volume was so low you could barely hear it. After the audience yelling to turn it up for 2 songs,...

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Rated R