If you have been missing live music as much as I have you will want to fill your summer with pounding drums, thick guitars and soaring vocals as much as possible. Lake George will be a great destination for just that over the 4th of July weekend with the sound of Led Zeppelin as performed by 'Get the Led Out'.

Get the Led Out is a celebration of Led Zeppelin and the band has been called the "American Led Zeppelin". You will have a few opportunities to see them at the Charles R. Wood Festival Commons in Lake George. Tickets for this socially distant show are available HERE. Tickets will be sold in 4 person and 6 person 'pods'.
  • Friday July 2nd - 6pm-11pm - With special guest Rich Oritz
  • Saturday July 3rd - 6pm-11pm - With special guest Rich Oritz
  • Sunday July 4th - 6pm-11pm - With special guest Wild Adriatic
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Get the Led Out is a Philadelphia based band that is not trying to be a 'look-a-like' act with wigs and costumes. These are real musicians recreating the Led Zeppelin studio recordings and bringing them to life and putting them into your ears. They typically perform and acoustic set during the show to spotlight songs such as "Tangerine" and "The Battle of Evermore". See and hear for yourself with this video posted by Anthony Chitwood.

Only Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones know if Led Zeppelin will ever perform together again. In the meantime we have Get The Led Out and their Celebration of the Mighty Led Zeppelin. Sounds like a pretty good way to spend a summer weekend if you ask me.

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