Led Zeppelin, United Kingdom Tour, 1973-1973
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Road Trippin': The Most Infamous Tours In Rock
9. Led Zeppelin, United Kingdom Tour, 1973-1973
100,000 tickets priced at a quid sold out in four hours for this tour. Of course they did - this tour has been called the “end of an era” for Zeppelin, the last chance for British fans to catch the band in smaller venues before they truly exploded into megastardom. The perfect example of that is the reason the Preston show had to be cancelled: Robert Plant’s car broke down on the way there.