See Led Zeppelin Play Live On Monday

See Led Zeppelin Play Live On Monday

Vue Cinemas are organising for a special evening of [b]Led Zeppelin[/b] live footage to be screened this Monday (December 10), as the band take to the stage at the O2 Arena for their 'reunion' show.

As previously reported, Led Zeppelin's performance at the O2 will not be filmed or broadcast. Only the lucky 20, 000 ticket holders will be able to see their one-off performance.

However, fans needn't have a totally non-Led Zep night, live performances from throughout Led Zep's career will be broadcast at cinemas including the Greenwich O2 where the concert is taking place to as far away as the Edinburgh Ocean cinema, in conjunction with Warner Music.

The special collation of footage includes the band playing live in the 1970s, including from the Royal Albert Hall in '70, the band's five-night residency of Earl's Court in 1975 and Knebworth in '79.

The screenings will be in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound, and the sound and colour in the images have been restored - under the personal supervision of Jimmy Page and director Dick Carruthers.

The Vue are selling tickets for the screenings through their website, here:

The Led Zeppelin screenings are to take place at the following Vue cinemas:

[b]Greenwich O2
Manchester Lowry
Leeds Kirkstall
Birmingham Star City
Bristol Longwell Green
Thurrock Lakeside Shopping Centre
Edinburgh Ocean
Dublin Liffey Valley Shopping Centre[/b]

Don't forget to vote for your ultimate Led Zeppelin set list here: Rate The Song we'll be publishing the final scores on Monday, ahead of Monday night's highly anticipated gig!

UNCUT.CO.UK and will both be at the reunion gig, bringing you comprehensive coverage of the Tribute To Ahmet Ertegun Concert at the 02 Arena.

We've already started our daily Led Zep countdown to December 10, and on the night we will have live coverage straight from the 02 Arena including news, pictures and a special blog.

Pic credit: Rex Features


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