Written October 31, 2014
There were 2 theaters in Minneapolis that could not show it becuse they did not get authorization number from promoters to show concert.
really pissed me off, becuase I was really looking forward to seeing it. Not sure who to blame
Written October 26, 2014
An excellent concert...every ZEP song I would have wanted except for Tangerine (which I don't think they ever played live). They showed no rust at all, and I am kind of glad they didn't go on tour and saved all their energy for this show. I
It could have been louder, but that is my only complaint.
Written October 18, 2012
I never saw Zeppelin live, since I was 14 when John Bonham died. But I've seen Plant solo and Jimmy Page (ARMS & Firm), and Page with Plant a number of times over the years. Plant's voice was fading, and Page's playing appeared really impaired. I thought I was going to see a shadow of what they once were. Not so!. Plant's voice and Page's playing were incredible. Plant said they were too old to tour again, and didn't have the energy that they had as young men. Didn't look that way to me. They are 5 years older now, so why not do a limited tour with plenty of rest. They could simulcast each as well, so everyone can see it. Again, incredible concert! Plus for a true Zep fan, their set list didn't include just the hits.
Written August 30, 2014
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.
Written August 31, 2014
The footage, of course, will satisfy any Zeppelin fan. It's great. I would caution anyone though to make sure the theater you see it in is equipped to project the sound properly. Where I saw it in Federal Way, WA it WAS NOT!! No surround sound, not loud enough at first until everyone was yelling to turn it up. Even when employees did their best the sound was only projecting from the front. 21st century video with '70's era sound. That was ironic. I'd call it a must see for Zep fans BUT ONLY IF YOU'RE IN A THEATER WITH PROPER AUDIO. Otherwise the experience is greatly diminished and you might as well wait until it comes out on DVD next month - especially if you have a home theater system.