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

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Celebration Day is a cause for celebration

By singviol
Written October 18, 2012
In a musical world where our senses are inundated with overly packed stages of dancers, fireworks, explosions; and where pre-recorded tracks are used more frequently than real musicians, Celebration Day reminds us about real music made by real musicians. 4 guys - that's IT; with songs and performances so timeless and breathtakingly influential. This is a concert film - plain and simple. No backstage footage, no filler material - just Led Zeppelin filling that arena with the kind of power that comes from experience, and history, and pure passionate talent. Jawdroppingly excellent in every way!
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Very nice

By OlympusMons
Written October 18, 2012
The film was great. The footage from the concert was very nice and the sound was very clear. This is a must watch if you're a Led Zeppelin fan.
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Led Zeppelin Celebration Day

By aerospacesteve
Written October 18, 2012
This is, by far, the best sound I have heard from a live Led Zeppelin performance. Reasonably sure there was a great deal of studio touch up done on the sound track, but none the less, it was an amazing show. I can't wait to buy it on BluRay to experience it again. Robert Plant was spectacular, John Paul Jones performed above my expectations, Jason Bonham did his father well and Jimmy Page was exceptional, though, I do believe that much of the studio touch up was done on his guitar. Every see him play live without the edits?
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The Hammer of the Gods is still swinging

By tajvida
Written October 19, 2012
The Hammer of the Gods is still swinging - albeit a kindler and gentler one... Here you have it folks...Led Zeppelin's goodbye letter, caught spectacularly in film, showing that at least as of 2007, no other band can touch the mighty Zep... It is all on display In Celebration Day, and the celebratory mood seems to be present in everybody in attendance, and onstage as well, with the exception of one Mr. Robert Plant... Planty certainly gives it his best effort, and can not be accused of "phoning" it in by any means...Unfortunately, the vibe that Robert's head and heart are no longer in the Zeppelin camp, was hard to ignore. While everyone else on stage was smiling at times and engaged, Plant struggled to hit notes he routinely once bashed through, even when the band tuned down a step to accomodate his present vocal abilities. (Which are still prodigious compared to most other rock singers.) The movie is a must for Zep fans...Go see it!
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Led Zeppelin "Celebration Day"

By charlesromainepowell
Written July 24, 2014
Awesome movie - Hands down, THE best rock concert I have ever seen - and to see it on the big screen with loud surround sound was the icing on the cake. Thank you, Led Zeppelin !
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