Led Zeppelin made a concert film, named after a song from their third album Celebration Day, of their December 2007 reunion (with John Bonham’s son Jason on drums) at London’s O2 arena for the (Atlantic Records founder) Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert. It debuts nationwide tomorrow, but in Seattle we’re lucky: The film will screen on one of the finest big screens in the world, Paul Allen’s restored Seattle Cinerama theater. The first showing at 7pm tomorrow night is sold out, but due to popular demand the Cinerama has added two more screenings: Tomorrow (Wednesday Rocktober 17th) at 10pm, and Thursday Rocktober 18th at 7pm. While singer Robert Plant seemed to enjoy playing the show, he showed zero interest in a reunion tour, and the rest of the band (save Jason Bonham, who would love to do it) have now chimed in calling any more Zeppelin shows “highly unlikely”. This is as close as you’re going to get to seeing Led Zeppelin live again. Tickets are available through the Cinerama website (link to it here), or at the Cinerama box office.
"Celebration Day" plays three times at Seattle's Cinerama theater starting Wednesday Rocktober 17th. (Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)