‘Celebration Day’ is Headed Back to Theaters
As if seeing it twice and preordering it in every format possible wasn't good enough, Led Zeppelin's concert film, Celebration Day is headed back to theaters. When? Where? Why? Who cares? It's coming back!
Celebration Day was originally intended to be a one night only experience. Then they expanded it to two nights. Now it's coming back for an encore performance ahead of its November 19th release on vinyl, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray.
Producers say that the wild popularity and high anticipation factor plus immense demand to see it on the big screen has led to them releasing it for another one night only engagement in select theaters. The film, called Celebration Day shows their 2007 reunion concert at the O2 in London in its entirety. The concert, according to Guinness was the most demanded ticket ever in music history, so it's really no shock that so many people want to see it in the theater. I went with a theater full of you guys and it was amazing, so if you haven't seen it yet, I suggest going. It's totally worth it.
The showing is November 13. Wanna go? Click here!