Led Zeppelin 1980 Unused Concert Ticket 20th Anniversary Ltd. Edition

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Manufacturer Description

On September 25, 1980, the Chicago Tribune ran an ad announcing ticket sales for four November LED ZEPPELIN concerts at Chicago Stadium. That same day, Zeppelin drummer JOHN BONHAM died--and the concerts were canceled. The Led Zeppelin era was over. Soon after, the band broke up, leaving their last album as the ironically titled IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR. In 1994, Chicago Stadium, too, fell victim to the wrecker's ball.We are offering an original ticket from that cancelled concert, mounted on a very cool, numbered commemorative Certificate of Authenticity, showing the famous Corbis image of the Hindenburg in flames. This ticket is from a special 20th Anniversary limited edition made in 2000, and is titled "TWENTY YEARS GONE".Overall matted dimensions are 9" x 12". Original ticket measures 1 5/8" x 5 1/2". Mint condition. (NOTE: Seat number and day may vary from one pictured.)