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Robert Plant rocking out in 2007. (Photo via AP)
Robert Plant rocking out in 2007. (Photo via AP)

Have you been sitting in your room listening to Led Zeppelin over and over pondering when they’ll make their return? Well the wait is over. The iconic group has confirmed the mid-October release of a concert film based on their 2007 charity performance in London. The film, entitled Celebration Day, will be released nationwide across 1,500 theaters.

The band broke up in 1980 after the death of their drummer John Bonham. It took the remaining members 27 years to headline as a group but singer Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and bass player John Paul Jones did so with the help of Bonham’s son and drummer Jason in 2007 for a tribute gig to Atlantic Record’s founder Ahmet Ertegun, according to NBC News.

The film will be premiered in London, Los Angeles and New York before the October release date – hopefully we will get a chance to see the band members on the red carpet together.

Do you plan on seeing the film?

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By Brigid Brown