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***Temporary altered access to The Capital.***
Due to works, there is no pedestrian access via the carriageway from the QEO car park to View Street.

Pedestrians should use the Gaol Road car park exit to access View Street and the front entrance to The Capital.

Zeppelin Unledded brings the magic of the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant 'No Quarter' live album back to the Australian stage.

In 1996, Page & Plant toured Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne, an experience Australia hasn't witnessed for 30 years. Audiences of the Zeppelin Unledded 2024 tour will consist of '70s Led Zeppelin fans, through to a whole new generation, who are yet to embrace this unforgettable 21st century musical and visual experience.

Featuring a Middle Eastern trio and string ensemble, the band performs an unforgettable Zeppelin Collection; from rare gems and hypnotic jams to thunderous Bonzo beats.

This musical journey is not just a tribute; it's a captivating experience that transcends time and showcases the enduring brilliance of Led Zeppelin's legacy.

Featuring an 11-piece spectacular show, combining a unique blend of rock and folk, with rarely performed tracks and exciting Zeppelin arrangements. The show will be enhanced by Middle Eastern Trio 'Alwan' and a String Quartet.

Fronted by singer Jimmy Cupples (Runner up in The Voice, 2012) who has an uncanny resemblance to Plant’s vocal style. Guitars and mandolins will be played by highly regarded James Ryan (Ross Wilson, Russell Morris, Kate Ceberano, The Badloves and recent Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon) along with Kit Riley on Bass (The Badloves) and Haydn Meggitt on Drums and Percussion (Ross Wilson, Bachelor Girl). All members are from Melbourne’s blues rock band King Canyon.

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