Led Zepagain is back in Sidney

Zeppelin tribute band takes the stage Nov. 8 at the Charlie White Theatre.

Led Zepagain comes to Sidney's Charlie White Theatre Nov. 8.

SIDNEY — From high energy electric classics to beautiful acoustic works, Led Zepagain will bring Jimmy Page’s soaring guitar leads, John Paul Jones’ brilliant keyboard passages, John Bonham’s trademark pounding rhythms and signature Robert Plant vocals to Sidney on Friday, Nov. 8.

The band replicates the ultimate Led Zeppelin experience and has been called “as close as you’ll ever get to the real deal,” by Page himself.

Tickets to the show which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Charlie White Theatre are $32.50 plus service charges and are available through the Mary Winspear box office at 250-656-0275 or www.marywinspear.com.

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