Led Zep To Project Symbols Across London Tonight

Led Zep To Project Symbols Across London Tonight

[b]Led Zeppelin[/b] are taking over some iconic London landmarks tonight (November 5) - with a special set of projected images.

Getting ready for the landing of their new remastered Best of compilation '[b]Mothership[/b]' - the band will be projecting symbols onto London's buildings, starting with The Science Museum just after sunset at 4.45pm.

Images of the four iconic Led Zeppelin ZoSo symbols will be projected onto buildings with a countdown clock, which will then show a 15” trailer – followed by a different video at each building with audio.

Led Zep land at the following places today:

[b]The Science Museum - 4.45pm
Gerrard Street, W1 - 6pm
Covent Garden - 6.45pm
Trafalgar Square - 7.30pm
Truman Brewery - 9.30pm[/b]

[b]Led Zeppelin[/b] are set to reunite onstage at the O2 Arena in London for a Tribute Concert for Ahmet Ertegun, late Atlantic records founder.

The show was due to take place on November 26, but has been postponed until December 10 after guitarist Jimmy Page broke his finger during rehearsals.


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