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London Palladium, London3.73 reviews
Australia’s celebrated live concert event Stairway To Heaven: Led Zeppelin Masters coming to the UK in April 2017.

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Following two sold-out shows at the Sydney Opera House, Stairway To Heaven: Led Zeppelin Masters is coming to the London Palladium in 2017!

From the raw, metallic blues of Whole Lotta Love to the epic Stairway to Heaven and the sheer exhilaration of Kashmir, Led Zeppelin Masters celebrates the timeless musical legacy of Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones with a no-holds-barred concert performing the masterpieces of Led Zeppelin.

Fronted by powerhouse vocalist Vince Contarino and bolstered by the breathtaking might of the thirty-five-piece The Black Dog Orchestra, Led Zeppelin Masters features no fewer than eighteen Led Zeppelin classics.

Vince said, “After the huge success we’ve enjoyed touring Stairway To Heaven: Led Zeppelin Masters in Australia, we are incredibly excited to finally bring this show to the UK, the home of Led Zeppelin.”

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Additional Information

Running time


Performance dates

19th April 2017 at 6.30pm

Venue Information

London Palladium8 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF

Special Offer

Led Zeppelin Masters Ticket Offer Details

Band B tickets reduced to £35 and Band C tickets reduced to £29.50!

Subject to availability.

Customer Reviews

3 reviews3.7

Richard Moseley21st April

great voice, band and excellent orchestra

robin20th April

Felt rather disappointing sitting in a sparsely populated upper circle. Not a great atmosphere up there and I left at the interval. Felt musical standard of the band undermined by lack of stage presence.

alastairbrown20th April

It was a very good show and most entertaining. They are very good and the orchestra really made it. However I (and a few others) were a bit cheesed off that they closed the bar at 9.30 especially considering the show went on until way past 10. This does not happen at other London venues including the Royal Albert Hall. I will seriously consider if I should bother coming here again.