Led Zeppelin Concert Film
A trailer for the upcoming Led Zeppelin concert film to be screened in hundreds of theaters across the US on March 30 has premiered online.
The 30-second ad features brief clips of the British rock legends performing three of their classic songs, "Black Dog," "Kashmir" and "The Immigrant Song," at separate shows.
The movie, which is titled simply Led Zeppelin, includes footage from select performances spanning the group's entire 1970s heyday.
They include concerts the band played at London's Royal Albert Hall in January 1970, at New York City's Madison Square Garden in July 1973, at London's Earl's Court in May 1975, and at the U.K.'s Knebworth Festival in August 1979.
Screenings will take place in more than 300 theaters in the US, has a running time of an hour and 45 minutes.
Led Zeppelin is the second installment of Fathom Events' "Classic Music Series," a monthly series of one-night-only concert-film screenings that began in February with Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014.
Visit FathomEvents.com for more information.