Led Zeppelin announces a tour of six shows that will stop in Quebec in the fall of 2023
Led Zeppelin’s heavy rock will merge with symphonic music during a six-show tour that will stop in Quebec in the fall of 2023.
Set up in 2021, the London production Led Zeppelin Symphonic will make stops at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier (September 12), Salle Maurice-O’Bready in Sherbrooke (September 13), the Cogeco Amphitheater in Trois-Rivières (September 14), at the Grand Théâtre de Québec (September 15), at the Salle Desjardins-Telus in Rimouski (September 16) and at the Casino du Lac Leamy in Gatineau (September 19).
Led Zeppelin Symphonic brings together a four-piece rock formation, singers Peter Eldridge, Mollie Marriott and Jesse Smith, and a 35-piece symphony orchestra under the direction of London conductor Richard Sidwell.
This show produced by City Lights Entertainment sold out at the London Palladium and the Acropolis in Athens.
It was also presented in Lyon, Paris and Roubais, France, last October. It will also stop in Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland in spring 2023.
There will be 25 pieces from all eras of Led Zeppelin. The Whole Lotta Love, Black Dog, Since I’ve Been Loving You, Immigrant Song, Kashmir, Rock & Roll, No Quarter, Dazed & Confused, the iconic Stairway to Heaven and other key pieces will be on the program.
Tickets are on sale from Thursday for the shows in Rimouski and Gatineau and Friday for those in Montreal, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières and Quebec.