You know... the 2007 Led Zeppelin reunion show... but at the theatre... on a really big screen... I haven't seen anyone mentioning anything about it here. No love for Zeppelin anymore? Well I went with my sister yesterday, got there at 4:30, theatre wasn't open yet, no line or anything, so I went to Starbucks, went back to the theatre at 5:30, (it started at 7:15), had to make sure I got a good seat. There wasn't a line of any sort, and there was probably only about 12 people there. I just find it so strange that no one would wanna go see Led Zeppelin at the theatre... was it like this anywhere else? As for the performance... amazing!! truly the hammer of the gods. I'm a crazy huge Zeppelin fan, I have a few dozen bootlegs, so I have lots to compare it with. Jonesy's tone was amazing, those Manson basses are great! sure, there was a few things I didn't like (the guitar solo in Stairway wasn't long enough IMO, couldn't hear Jason's vocals during Misty Mountain Hop, Plant's harmonica completely drowned out the rest of the band during Nobody's Fault But Mine, some of Plant's inbetween song banter was edited out and the transitions from one section to the next of Dazed & Confused were kinda sloppy, even though each section was performed flawlessly). Highlights: It was all great, but some moments shined more than others: Good Times Bad Times, Black Dog: no need to explain these, y'all know how awesome these songs are (with amazing bass parts too!) Trampled Underfoot: the natural-ish sound of the piano was the polar opposite of whatever uber funky-sounding keys he used in the '70s on this, it changed the whole mood of the song IMO. Also, my favorite Zeppelin song <3 Kashmir: simply amazing, listening to Kashmir won't be the same ever again. Sorry to ramble on like this.