• Released
  • October 17, 2012
  • (Additional showing on 10/18/12)
  • R , 2 hr 5 min
  • Concert/Special Events


By honiebea
Written July 23, 2016
OUTSTANDING! Led Zeppelin fans should very much enjoy Celebration Day! Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and JPJ are like themselves and Jason is fantastic filling in for his father on the drums! The other people, including me :), in the theater were cheering, clapping, and singing right along with the movie! I only wish I could see it again!, but I guess I'll have to wait until it comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray in a month :)
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All Concert All Glorious Zeppelin

By marbel815
Written February 10, 2016
For diehard concert goers, this film is as good as it gets! And in ways much better than being there live in the nosebleed section of a stadium or trapped on the floor behind thousands of tall people. The close-ups of everyone making the classic music this band has consistently produced are amazing. Jimmy Page is the god of the guitar (all of them he plays) and Robert Plant is just as great as always. For someone who never got to see Led Zeppelin in person, this Celebration Day film will be a treasured memory.
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You Gotta Go - It's Led Zeppelin Playing Live! Need I say More?!

By Mike1811
Written October 22, 2016
I saw the concert movie last night 10/18/12 at the movie theater and it was AMAZING! Everyone in the theater was really into it! It was like we all were there in person! Led Zep's performance was Fantastic! They Rocked the place! It was really Great! It was great to see all the guys back jamming together again with Bonham's son Jason! Jason really sounds like his dad on those drums! I will surely buy the DVD when it comes out 11/19/12! Can't wait to see it again! Very long time Zep fan, Mike B. Hollywood, FL
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Great Overall Experience

By mark_a_lucas37
Written October 28, 2016
Being a Led-head since 1969 my wife and I were very excited to see this movie - it did not disappoint! Songs performed were a best-of their whole catalog, (incl. SWTH...yuk) The concert was done in 2007 thus was tamer than "Song Remains the Same" and the DVD collection that Jimmy Page released a few years ago, but still a great performance. The Sound was loud enough to rock with, but not bone crushing loud... *but* the surround sound was very light and did not have the echos and reverb (or crowd ambiance) I expected. For gearheads, Page did not have *all* of his guitars (only 3 Les Pauls and the double-SG), and his amp backline was limited to 4 Oranges, 2 Plexis, and 2 Petersbergs (Russian semi-marshal clones); however he did have a modern Thermin and a monster custom pedalboard! My normally sedate wife swooned, "Jimmy is *the* Guitar God""!
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Amazing! Led Zeppelin Returns

By scotman73
Written February 14, 2016
What a great movie! I never got a chance to see the full band Led Zeppelin. I was a little concerned how Robert Plant would sound and if he was still able to hit the high notes like he was in his prime. Of course his voice was not as crisp as it once was, but he sounded fantastic! And, there were times when he hit the screeching high notes and sounded like the Robert Plant of old! Jason Bonham was fantastic on drums. I'm sure Bonzo was looking down with a big smile on his face. Hopefully this concert will be released on blu-ray in the near future for all to enjoy. And, hopefully Zeppelin will tour again before it's all said and done.
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