Led Zepagain: Tribute Band in The 1977 Tour Revisited at the Grove of Anaheim
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In June, 1977, Led Zeppelin finished the second leg of their “1977 United States of America” tour with a legendary 6 night run at the LA Forum. On June 26, the anniversary of the final night of that run, LA’s own Led Zepagain brings Led Zeppelin’s 1977 Tour to the stage once again! Led Zepagain will perform with special guests Fan Halen and Bonfire.
The complete set list, equipment and costumes are re-created in spectacular detail, giving concert-goers of all ages the chance to re-live those amazing shows! All the greatest hits, from Stairway to Heaven, Kashmir and Rock & Roll, as well as fan favorites like Since I’ve Been Loving You, Ten Years Gone and Achilles Last Stand are performed just as Led Zeppelin did them over 30 years ago! In addition to the music, Led Zepagain features stage effects of the 1977 shows such as lasers and fog, plus updated lighting, video screens and more to create a complete multi-media experience.
A fixture on the Southern CA music scene for over 15 years, Led Zepagain is the West Coast’s most popular & beloved Led Zeppelin tribute act. When Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page caught their show in 2004, those years of hard work paid off, as Jimmy was hugely impressed, requesting to meet the band, posing for pictures, and remarking, "It's amazing how much you sound like us...You must have grown up on this because you were inside the music, and you paid attention to detail in your presentation...I can tell you guys really love the music!"