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from http://www.dandeentertainment.com/ledzeppelin.html More ticket info on the site:

Worldwide Theatrical Premiere for

LED ZEPPELIN's "The Song Remains The Same"

Tuesday NOVEMBER 27 at 8PM

On Tuesday November 27 D&E Entertainment is bringing the landmark concert film from one of Rock music's most influential bands, Led Zeppelin's The Song Remains The Same to a big screen at a theatre near you. This viewing experience will be unlike any other... ever.

Filmed during the band's legendary three-night stand at Madison Square Garden in July 1973 and released theatrically in 1976, The Song Remains The Same features Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and the late John Bonham in a mesmerizing movie with classic music performances that include 'Dazed and Confused', 'Stairway to Heaven', 'Whole Lotta Love' and more. The Film has been newly re-mixed and re-mastered in 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound, personally supervised by the band.

The new release of the famed concert film features all 16 song performances for the first time together on DVD and more than 40 minutes of extra material. The DVD's include never before released performance footage of 'Over The Hills And Far Away', and 'Celebration Day', plus performances of 'Misty Mountain Hop' and 'The Ocean'. The Song Remains The Same will be available in two DVD editions in addition to a re-mixed Soundtrack to the movie on CD. Also available is a greatest hits package called 'Mothership'. The release will also be available for the first time on HD DVD and Blu-Ray December 11.

"We have revisited The Song Remains The Same", says Jimmy Page, "and can now offer the complete set as played at Madison Square Garden. This differs substantially from the original soundtrack released in 1976, and highlights the technical prowess of Kevin Shirley, who worked with us on 'How The West Was Won'. When it comes to The Song Remains The Same the expansion of the DVD and soundtrack are as good as it gets on the Led Zeppelin wish list."

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Ann Arbor Showcase

Athens Carmike 12

Atlanta Midtown Art

Austin Dobie Theatre

Berkeley, CA Rialto Elmwood

Birmingham, AL Summit 16

Boston Blackstone

Boston/Worcester Showcase Randolph

Boston Showcase Revere

Chicago City North 14

Chicago Village Crossing 18

Chicago Showplace 12

Chicago Showplace 16

Cincinnati Springdale

Dayton The Greene

Del Mar, CA UltraStar Highlands 8

Denver Chez Artiste

Detroit Emagine Canton

El Paso Carmike 16

Evansville, IN Stadium 16

Grand Rapids, MI Celebration North

Hartford, CT Buckland Hills

Houston River Oaks

Indianapolis Kerasotes Showplace 12

Indianapolis Kerasotes Showplace 16

Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 14

Lansing, MI Celebration Lansing

Long Island, NY Farmingdale Multiplex

Los Angeles The Bridge

Louisville Stonybrook Cinema De Lux 20

Milwaukee Downer Theatre

Minneapolis Inver Grove Heights 16

Minneapolis Coon Rapids 16

Muskegon, MI Cinema Carousel

Nashville Thoroughbred 20

New Orleans Canal Palace

New Haven Post 14 Cinema De Lux

New York Chelsea West

Philadelphia Anthony Wayne

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh North

Raleigh, NC Carmike 15

Rochester Galaxy 14

San Diego UltraStar Mission Valley 7

San Francisco Opera Plaza

San Louis Obispo The Downtown Center

Santa Fe, NM CCA Cinematheque

Santa Rosa, CA Rialto Lakeside

Seattle Metro Cinemas

St. Louis Chesterfield Galaxy 14

Warwick, RI Showcase Warwick

Washington DC Fairfax Corner 14

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Ack! I can't believe Pittsburgh is getting a showing and Cleveland isn't! :boohoo:

Pittsburgh is in the film! They get off the plane at old Greater Pitt Airport,Drive down the Parkway with a police escort and drive thru the Fort Pitt tunnel into PITTSBURGH. The scene quickly then cuts to MSG in NYC

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It's being showed here, but a one-off showing, and it's a contest by a radio station. I entered, but I'm thinkin' my chances are slim to none. :boohoo:

It's too bad they didn't ask me for an "essay question." I'd have told the radio station all about my fanaticism. :lol:

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