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Robert Plant 2020 tour dates

Robert Plant 2020 tour dates

Classic Rock

Robert Plant 2020 tour dates

The legendary Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant is back on the road in 2020. The singer will play in United States.

All Robert Plant 2020 tour dates

March

  • 15 Great Hall ABERYSTWYTH, UK
  • 16 Theatre Severn SHREWSBURY, UK
  • 18 The Coliseum ABERDARE, UK
  • 19 De Valence Pavillion TENBY, UK

May

  • 4 Lighthouse POOLE, UK
  • 8 Cheltenham Jazz Festival CHELTENHAM, UK
  • 12 Pantages Theatre MINNEAPOLIS, MN
  • 13 Turner Hall Ballroom MILWAUKEE, WI
  • 15 Old Town School of Folk Music CHICAGO, IL
  • 17 Mountain Stage – The Clay Center CHARLESTON, WV
  • 19 The Capitol Theatre PORT CHESTER, NY
  • 20 The Town Hall NEW YORK, NY
  • 23 Lincoln Theatre WASHINGTON, DC

June

  • 19 – Jun 21 Black Deer Festival ERIDGE PARK, KENT
  • 8 Mouth of the Tyne Festival WHITLEY BAY, UK
  • 12 Villa Marina DOUGLAS
  • 16,Hebcelt Festival/Lews Castle Grounds STORNOWAY, UK

Possible Robert Plant setlist

  1. When the Levee Breaks
  2. Turn It Up
  3. Black Dog
  4. In the Mood
  5. The Rain Song
  6. Carry Fire
  7. Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You
  8. Little Maggie
  9. Fixin’ to Die (Bukka White cover)
  10. What Is and What Should Never Be
  11. New World…
  12. Gallows Pole
  13. Ramble On

Plant enjoyed great success with Led Zeppelin from the late 1960s to the late 1970s and developed an attractive image as the charismatic vocalist of rock and roll, similar to contemporaries like Roger Daltrey of The Who, Freddie Mercury of Queen , Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones and Jim Morrison of The Doors.

With his long blond hair (which later gave him the nickname among Golden God fans) and a powerful, bare-chested appearance during performances.

Although Led Zeppelin disbanded in 1980, Plant occasionally collaborated with Jimmy Page on several projects during that period, including forming a group of short-lived stars with Page and Jeff Beck in 1984, called Honeydrippers.

They released an album called The Honeydrippers: Volume One, and the band reached third place with a remake of Phil Phillips ‘song “Sea of ​​Love”, in addition to a Roy Brown follow-up hit, “Rockin’ at Midnight” .

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