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

Critics Say


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By steves lorie
Written March 02, 2015
Fantastic use of concert filming, not a documentary style, just crisp spot-on musical execution! The defining moment is when Page & Plant look on as Jason Bonham rams it home, and they are smiling with pride. Very cool! Every song They played was the BEST version of the track I had ever heard.
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Led Zeppelin "Celebration Day"

By mr31
Written September 18, 2014
Highly disappointing! The sound quality (don't know if it was the theatre or the movie) was terrible. The videography and camera work was unimaginative and average at best. Camera angles showed nothing exciting and did not give you the feel of being at the show at all. Combine that with the horrible sound quality and don't waste your time or money. And this is coming from a huge Zep fan.
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Movie is problably great, but the theatre sux

By goldenboypapano
Written April 21, 2015
i went to the premiere last nite at the Opry Mills theater in Nashville. the surround sound was FUBAR. it seemed like Led Zep was killing it, but it was nearly impossible to tell from how bad the sound was. when i said something to the manager on duty afterwards, he said they did the best they could, but that they're system was incompatible with the movie that they were sent. where i was seated, i couldn't hear Plant or JPJ for most of the show. Page's guitar was either too loud or non-existent, and througout the show, various things would get blasted for a few seconds and then disappear. the trailer that i watched on my computer the day before sounded a zillion times better. don't waste your money at opry mills tonite, wait for the DVD.
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celebration day at westbury 12 new york

By thejesh1
Written June 03, 2015
I saw celebration day at the Westbury 12 theater in Westbury ,New York .I must say being a die hard zep fan.All the band members were right on the money,especially Page.My only HUGE disapointment was Westbury 12 . The surround sound system was obviously not turned on until the last four songs were performed.This was not a small mistake.You could definately hear that it would have given a much larger experience as if you were in the concert hall.I give the Westbury 12 a negative 10 on a scale of negative 10 to a positive 10.They completely ruined possibly my only chance to experence zeppelin as close as possible for todays time period.
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10/17 is hereby declared "Celebration Day"...

By zanucklindsey
Written August 31, 2015
Amazing! A powerful testament to Led Zeppelin and the longevity of their music. Impeccably captured on film. Great final performance by the best heavy rock band of all time....I was headbanging in my seat! Can't wait for the blu-ray on 11/19....
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