Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page said that he had a surreal experience when the band played at the Kingdome in Seattle in 1977.

Page recalled the times when Led Zeppelin took to the stage in an indoor venue that held exactly 70,000 people. On his Instagram post about that day in 1977, when it felt surreal to Page, Jimmy explained that the band’s entry into the building through an airlock door seemed immense to him.

By sharing a short section from the solo performance of himself, while trying to play the theremin and the bow, Jimmy Page revealed that it was a moment of exploration and an example of an avant-garde journey in music in front of the crowds.

Here is what Page said on his Instagram post:

“On this day in 1977, Led Zeppelin played the Kingdome in Seattle, an indoor venue that held 70,000 people. It felt surreal, as we entered the building through an airlock door.

Here is a section of my solo spot that features the theremin and the bow and the exploration of both. It’s lengthy but gives an example of my avant-garde journey with this sonic architecture.⁣”

Jimmy Page also shared the setlist of their performance.

“SETLIST⁣
The Song Remains The Same⁣
Sick Again⁣
Nobody’s Fault But Mine⁣
Over the Hills and Far Away⁣
Since I’ve Been Loving You⁣
No Quarter⁣
Ten Years Gone⁣
Battle of Evermore⁣
Going to California⁣
Black Country Woman⁣
Bron-Y-Aur Stomp⁣
White Summer⁣
Black Mountain Side⁣
Kashmir⁣
Moby Dick⁣
JP solo⁣
Achilles Last Stand⁣
Stairway to Heaven⁣
Whole Lotta Love⁣
Rock and Roll”

You can see Jimmy Page’s post below.

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On this day in 1977, Led Zeppelin played the Kingdome in Seattle, an indoor venue that held 70,000 people. It felt surreal, as we entered the building through an airlock door. Here is a section of my solo spot that features the theremin and the bow and the exploration of both. It's lengthy but gives an example of my avant-garde journey with this sonic architecture.⁣ ⁣ SETLIST⁣ The Song Remains The Same⁣ Sick Again⁣ Nobody's Fault But Mine⁣ Over the Hills and Far Away⁣ Since I've Been Loving You⁣ No Quarter⁣ Ten Years Gone⁣ Battle of Evermore⁣ Going to California⁣ Black Country Woman⁣ Bron-Y-Aur Stomp⁣ White Summer⁣ Black Mountain Side⁣ Kashmir⁣ Moby Dick⁣ JP solo⁣ Achilles Last Stand⁣ Stairway to Heaven⁣ Whole Lotta Love⁣ Rock and Roll

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