As next year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the world’s most influential rock bands, speculation is rising around whether or not a Led Zeppelin reunion tour is on the cards for 2018! Find out about Led Zeppelin’s reunion tour and hospitality first, by signing up to the Villiers newsletter.
And it’s not just a Led Zeppelin reunion tour that has got the rumour mill going into overdrive. Led Zeppelin are rumoured to have been working on entirely new music for an upcoming album. Described as a back to roots collaboration between Led Zeppelin’s surviving members: Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant. Last year in an interview, Jimmy Page claimed that “Led Zeppelin isn’t done yet” (The Telegraph) and went onto speak of a secret project of new music to be released in 2017. For fans across the world, it seemed like confirmation of a Led Zeppelin reunion tour and new music, so imagine the chance to see the legends reformed and playing their greatest hits!
The last time Led Zeppelin performed was 10 years ago back in 2007 for the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert with Jason Bonham filling in for his late father, John Bonham, on the drums. Led Zeppelin performed a spectacular and moving tribute at the iconic O2 Arena. If there was to be a reunion tour, would Jason Bonham continue to fill in for his father? Jason Bonham perform in his father’s position at the 1988 Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary Concert and the Led Zeppelin induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.
And for the Led Zeppelin reunion tour, would they return to play the 02 Arena? Or perform to a much larger audience at Wembley Stadium? At Villiers, our premier access to select venues ensures you the best of Led Zepplin hospitality should a reunion tour be announced. If rumours are true, Led Zepplin’s reunion tour would take them world-wide and up and down the country including Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena and Manchester Arena.
During the 70’s, Led Zeppelin became arguably one of the biggest artists in the world, attracting vast crowds to come and see them perform live. Their pioneering and innovative classic rock was considered widely successful throughout the world. In particular, Led Zeppelin tracks of Black Dog, Communication Breakdown, Kashmir and Stairway to Heaven are still extremely popular today. In fact, despite having not toured in over 27 years, Led Zeppelin’s fan base continues to grow. Should a Led Zeppelin reunion tour be on the cards for arenas worldwide in 2018, it would certainly be met with a hugely excited audience and, Led Zeppelin hospitality would be highly coveted.
Imagine the chance to see Led Zeppelin reform and play their greatest hits. Why not celebrate in style with hospitality and box seats? Any time now…find out about Led Zeppelin’s reunion tour first by signing up to the Villiers newsletter.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL