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1973 North American Tour 40th Anniversary

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I've often thought about how cool an acoustic set during 73 would have been. Would have been a nice break considering the pace of opening numbers as mentioned above. 

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On 6/1/2013 at 7:58 AM, Wolfman said:

I still have never found out why Philadelphia was listed on the tour itinerary (7/19) yet the show never happened. It should have! :tears:

I wonder that myself. They played Philly in 1972 and 1975. In fact Plant is quoted as saying "it's been a long time Philadelphia" during Rock n'Roll during the Feb 1975 concert. And Plant ends the concert "Philadelphia, it's been too long". So it appears the band knew they haven't played there the last tour.

I read Larry Magid from Electric Factory Concert promoter stated they were scheduled to return in summer/fall of 1975 but never did due to Plant's accident. And of course the last concert in 1977 was scheduled for Philly at JFK Stadium with over 100k tickets sold. Unfortunately that concert never happened due to Plant's sons death.

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