Get The Led Out, the Americanized tribute outfit to classic rock heroes Led Zeppelin, are returning to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the fifth year in a row this September. The band from Philadelphia who have carved out their own loyal fanbase with the music of the legendary hard rock band will keep on "Ramblin’" to the naturally-built stage in Morrison, Colo. on September 27 as part of the evening’s concert to benefit Colorado Public Television 12. Tickets for the all-ages, end-of-summer concert will be going on sale starting next Friday, May 4, with pre-sale beginning just a few days prior on May 1. Fans can click here for more ticketing information for the one-night event.
Always the constant performers, the six-piece hard rock tribute outfit have spent almost all of their 2018 on the road so far. Their 2017 came to an end with a pair of New Year’s shows in Jim Thorpe, Penn., closing out what was another busy year for the popular tribute act. Their appearance at Red Rocks back on Sept. 21 of last summer included an 18-song performance which fans in attendance won’t be forgetting anytime soon - at least until they come back and do it again this year. Zeppelin favorites including “Good Times Bad Times,” “The Lemon Song,” “Kashmir” and “Whole Lotta Love,” all found their way into the night's setlist, with more Zep deep cuts expected to be played out this time around as well.
Get The Led Out won’t just be visiting the popular Colorado Amphitheatre in 2018. The busy rockers are set to play across North America throughout the spring and summer months, with scheduled two-night residency at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, Penn. on June 15-16. Tickets for the two shows, as well as more information on one of the biggest Zeppelin tribute bands in music, can be found by visiting here.