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Win Led Zeppelin Knebworth and Bath Festival Souvenirs!

Win Led Zeppelin Knebworth and Bath Festival Souvenirs!

The world has seemingly gone crazy for [b]Led Zeppelin[/b], the legendary rock band - who in case you haven't heard, are reforming after 27 years to play a solitary one-night-only show in London next month.

Whether you've been lucky enough to bag yourself a pair of tickets or not, [b]Uncut.co.uk[/b] is rather pleased to be able to offer you a fantastic set of [b]Led Zeppelin[/b] prizes!

Teaming up with Rockmusicmemorabilia.com - run by the people who originally promoted the band's UK shows - we have 3 sets of souvenirs from Led Zeppelin's shows at the [b]Bath Festival[/b] in 1969 and 1970 and [b]Knebworth[/b] in 1979 to give away!

Each set comprises 4 different [b]replica t-shirts[/b], made to the same design as the originals that were sold at the festivals, as well as replica 'crew' t-shirts.

Each winner will also get a special Led Zeppelin [b]commemorative set[/b], which comprise the ticket, flyers and programmes from:

*1969 Bath Festival (which featured Led Zeppelin fourth on the bill, as well as Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After)

*1970 Bath Festival (Headlined by Led Zeppelin, and also starring Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa, Jefferson Airplane, Johnny Winter, Steppenwolf,The Byrds, Santana, Hot Tuna, Dr John)

*1979 Knebworth Festival with Led Zeppelin, New Barbarians, Todd Rundgren, Fairport Convention

*12 photos from the Knebworth festival

*A book by Freddy Bannister entitled There Must Be A Better Way that deals with all the problems promoting from the late fifties until 1979

*a DVD entitled Spirit of Knebworth...

[b]To win a set of all of the above, simply go to the competition here.

This competition closes on October 30.

All of the above items are available to buy from Rockmusicmemorabilia.com - the commemorative sets retail at 59.99 and the t-shirts at 11.95.

Pic credit: Rex


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