For a limited time you’ll be able to experience Led Zeppelin’s unforgettable performance in the 2007 tribute show, titled “Celebration Day”, to their friend and Atlantic Records founder, Ahmet Ertegun.

**FILE** Ahmet Ertegun sits behind his desk in his office at Atlantic Records in New York, in this file photo from Feb. 2, 2005. Ertegun, who helped define American music as the founder of Atlantic Records, a label that popularized the gritty R&B of Ray Charles, the classic soul of Aretha Franklin and the British rock of the Rolling Stones, has died, Thursday Dec. 14, 2006, his spokesman said. He was 83. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper-File)


In 2007, this was the first concert Led Zeppelin had headlined in 27 years and was highly anticipated by fans and critics alike. It was so popular, that 20 million people worldwide participated in a ticket lottery to try and attend this exclusive event. Now it’s back for your streaming pleasure on Youtube for just 3 days.



Premiering on Led Zeppelin’s Youtube channel at 3PM ET on Saturday, May 30th, you’ll be able to watch the concert film “Celebration Day” in its entirety. Don’t miss the Grammy award winning performance for Best Rock Album of 2012.