LOS ANGLES (AP) _ Led Zeppelin tickets are on sale now. The only catch is that it doesn’t actually get you into a concert.
The rock memorabilia dealer Metro Pulse is selling the tickets that were meant for a series of Led Zeppelin concerts in Chicago in November 1980. The tickets were about to go on sale when drummer John Bonham died. The concert never happened, and the unused tickets sat in storage for years.
Metro Pulse is now selling the tickets, along with a certificate of authenticity and a map that shows where the seats were located in the old Chicago Stadium. The tickets range from $35 to $299. Details can be found at www.LedZeppelinTickets.com