Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience Announces New Tour Dates

Jason Bonham is gearing up for another run with his Led Zeppelin Experience.

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Jason Bonham is gearing up for another run with his Led Zeppelin Experience, and the trek kicks off on Oct. 5 in Napa Valley, Calif., and runs through Dec. 20 in Milwaukee, Wis.

The Experience celebrates "the life and music of Jason's father, the late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham."

"This is a personal trip through my life with the music of Led Zeppelin and how the music influenced me," Jason said in an official statement.

Jason, of course, jammed out with Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page at Led Zeppelin's seminal reunion concert in 2007, which was taped for the "Celebration Day" movie that will hit theaters on Oct. 17.

"Performing my father's songs at the Led Zeppelin 02 reunion concert in 2007 was an honor that I will forever remember as one of the most bittersweet, yet greatest nights of my life," Jason said. "I'm over the moon that the 02 concert will finally be available for all Zeppelin fans to enjoy. That special night was the original spark that ignited JBLZE."

Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience 2012 Tour Dates:

10/05 - Napa Valley, Calif. - The Uptown Theatre 10/06 - Reno, Nev. - The Silver Legacy 10/11 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Greek Theater 10/12 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Aliante Casino 10/13 - Indio, Calif. - Fantasy Springs Resort Casino 10/14 - San Francisco, Calif. - The Warfield 10/16 - Sacramento, Calif. - Crest Theatre 11/09 - Westbury, N.Y. - Theatre at Westbury 11/10 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Electric Factory 11/11 - York, Pa. - Capitol Theatre 11/12 - Niagara Falls, N.Y. - Rapids Theatre 11/14 - Port Chester, N.Y. - Capitol Theatre 11/15 - Montclair, N.J. - The Wellmont Theatre 11/16 - Wilmington, De. - Grand Opera House 11/17 - Munhall, Pa. - Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead 11/19 - Royal Oak, Mich. - Royal Oak Music Theatre 12/20 - Milwaukee, Wis. - Pabst Theatre

Thanks for the report to Anne Erickson, Gibson.com

10 comments sorted by best / new / date

    Dave Frenzy
    How come these things always happen in the US? Led Zeppelin was a UK band. at least tour our country every now and then =(
    Chaduah
    yeh.. theyre pretty much just playing california, nevada and the new york area
    BradTheBluefish
    Whenever a rock band comes out with a new album before the summer, you Brits and Scots always get to hear the new music first. Best example, in 2011 when The Foo Fighters came back from their hiatus, they went and did festivals like T in the Park.
    Dave Frenzy
    haha true... I heard about 8 new Biffy Clyro songs at Download lol but it still doesnt make it right. Aerosmith are the worst for it. they are calling their current tour a "World Tour" that only consists of US tour dates... wtf is up with that?!