Up for bid on eBay is this Led Zeppelin concert ticket stub from a show that took place at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, IN, on April 17, 1977.
The seller says, "The Led Zeppelin LP, Presence, on Swan Song records and tapes was released a little over a year earlier. Following limited activity due to Robert Plant's 1975 car accident, the band were finally able to tour the U.S. again in 1977. Ticket demand and hype to see the band live again was enormous. Concerts were selling out in a matter of minutes. Things got off to a shaky start when tour dates had to be rearranged due to Robert Plant contracting tonsilitis. The tour finally kicked off in Dallas on April 1, 1977. The band premiered 2 songs off the new Presence LP and played their usual long numbers of No Quarter and Moby Dick. The band also included an acoustic set, which is something they weren't doing regularly in the U.S. since the 1972 North American tour. Sadly, the tour would end abruptly with just 2 weeks remaining when Robert Plant's son died suddenly in England. The remaining dates of the tour were cancelled. The band never made it back to America after this tour and would break up in December 1980 following the death of John Bonham a few months earlier."
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