Written July 31, 2015
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, they finally did a little then a little more after another song.
However, the sound was awful. No bass, drums sounded like tin cans, very tinny, and barely audible surround if any. What is the point of paying $15 + fees per ticket when the sound would have been better at home. I'd have rather waited and just bought the DVD with the $32 + the refreshments.
Total ripoff. I will upate this to note that AMC has contacted me via my Twitter post, so at least they are following up and sent me a customer service form asking for more info.
Written August 31, 2015
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.
Written April 30, 2016
Movie and concert were great. Too bad the theater didn't know how to run sound. It was awful. Some stupid punk using some kind of delayed surround sound system. Couldn't hear any bass or vocals. Spend your money on the dvd. Don't waste $15 at Opry Mills, Nashville.
Written October 19, 2012
it makes you wish they toured. I had my doubts but, they rocked it like nobody else could. Sound was awesome at aliso, they raised the volume after the 1st song or two and I had a little ring in my ear afterwards. As close to a zep show as I will ever get. The way they mixed in the crowd audio was very cool as well.
Written May 06, 2016
I have been waiting over 30 yrs for this and not dissapointed! The band was outstanding, Truly the world's greatest and most original heavy metal band or rock band period for that matter.
Jmmy Page was unreal, it was like he never took a break from the music even after all this time. Robert Plant's voice was spot on, no sign of age if anything it was better! His growls and moans more nuanced than ever. JPJ showed he is no minor player, his bluesy groove on the base and his organ work brought the original feel alive. And Jason! His dad is smiling down because Jason channeled him like he was posessed.
What a way to step up the bar. My only complaint is that the theatre did not have the volume turned up to shake the walls. In fact it started so low that the entire audiance demanded to "TURN IT UP!"
If these guys don't tour the world will be a poorer place indeed