Let’s just be honest. Led Zeppelin is the greatest classic rock band of all time. They’re better than Aerosmith, The Doors, and Black Sabbath combined (no disrespect to those bands.)

Unfortunately, unless you were around in the 70s, or had enough money to attend one of their very few re-unions over the years, you’ll never get to see them play. Robert Plant has shot down the prospect of getting back together with his mates in Zeppelin time and time again, so I think it’s safe to say the band is retired.

But don’t fret, there’s still a chance for you to see all of those classic anthems performed live, by the one and only Led Zeppelin 2. They just so happen to be one of the nation’s premier Led Zeppelin tribute bands, and they’re performing at the Varsity Theatre on Sunday, January 12th.

Doors open at 6 pm with the show starting at 7. Tickets start at around $20 and you can get them online soon. That’s a small price to play to watch the closest band to Zeppelin rock out all those classic tunes.

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