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Date June 2, 1973
Location San Francisco, California
Venue Kezar Stadium
Start Time 3:30PM
Attendance 53,000
Ticket Prices $6.50 & $7.50

Lineup


Robert Plant - vocals
Jimmy Page - guitar
John Paul Jones - bass
John Bonham - drums

Setlist


1. Rock And Roll
2. Celebration Day
3. Bring It On Home (intro) - Black Dog
4. Over The Hills And Far Away
5. Misty Mountain Hop
6. Since I've Been Loving You
7. No Quarter
8. The Song Remains the Same
9. The Rain Song
10. Dazed And Confused (inc. San Francisco - Mars: The Bringer Of War)
11. Stairway To Heaven
12. Moby Dick
13. Heartbreaker
14. Whole Lotta Love (inc. The Crunge - Just A Little Bit - Boogie Chillen')

ENCORE
15. Communication Breakdown
16. The Ocean

Notes


Support from Roy Harper (12PM), The Tubes (1PM), Lee Michaels (2PM). Led Zeppelin grossed $320,000.

Concert Memories


From: Devinvonzeppelin@aol.com
Albeit not in the '69-'71 era, my parents did see Zep at Kezar Stadium in S.F. (6/2/73) and left during Bonham's drum solo. It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I started to somewhat comprehend the fact that they were into the Grateful Dead and the whole S.F. music scene and that at the time Led Zeppelin was extremely new and I guess a little much to swallow all at one time for many of those aging mid-twenties "hippies."

My dad did say that he liked the show up until what seemed like an endless drum solo. He also said that the stadium was totally packed and that there wasn't much room to move around (he liked to dance at live shows). Knowing my mom she probably started to get edgy being around all the people with Bonham's drums pounding in her ear (she never cared much for the Dead's drum solo's either) and probably instigated their leaving the show.

I asked my parents why they didn't take me to the show (I was ten at the time) and they said that my grandma was in town that day and offered to babysit, thus providing my parents a rare and much needed reprieve from us kids.

Oh well, at least somebody in the family got to see vintage Zeppelin, even if the show didn't make their top ten.

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