Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
It has been widely reported that Led Zeppelin turned down hundreds of millions of dollars to reform for a number of concerts recently.
This effectively eliminated any chance for the generations of fans born after the group disbanded in 1980 to see arguably one of the greatest rock 'n roll bands ever.
On Sept 25, 1980 a full page ad ran in the Chicago Tribune newspaper heralding the mail order only sale of four shows by Led Zeppelin at the now demolished Chicago Stadium.
Tragically, this ad ran on the same day that we heard that John Bonham, one of the greatest rock 'n roll drummers of all time, had succumbed to suffocating on his own vomit in a drunken stupor and passed away.
Because the tickets to the four Chicago Stadium shows had already been printed and were not computer generated, when the band officially disbanded on Dec 4, 1980, the monies sent in were returned and Metro Pulse Inc, purchased the entire ticket inventory and rights to the newspaper ad from Chicago Stadium Corp in 1986.
Ledzeppelintickets.com tells the story of the venture, and is proud to sell original, authenticated rock 'n roll history. This is the perfect holiday gift for true Zepheads – those rock 'n roll souls who have all the books, records, CDs and DVDs.
The tickets are available at different price points, as either framed or unframed product offerings.