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  • Writer's pictureBill Hernandez


Updated: Feb 13, 2021

“It's Trans Siberian Orchestra meets Led Zeppelin!” - Carrollwood Arts Center


Get ready South Florida... LIVE MUSIC IS BACK! With Covid-19 taking over the planet and altering our lives to an unprecedented degree, most of us are looking forward to some sort of normallity again, and one of the things that people miss the most, according to a recent poll, is live music events.

In The Light of Led Zeppelin will be performing two shows at the Broward Center for the Perfoming Arts Backlot Live venue on February 20, 2021 at 6:30 pm & 9:00 pm. Tickets for these performances can be purchased through Ticketmaster at

In The Light of Led Zeppelin will also be playing at the Seminole Theater Homestead for two socially-distanced shows on March 20, 2021. Tickets are also available through Ticketmaster.

For more tour dates and information about the band, log on to their website at

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale has come up with a plan to bring back live music performances while social distancing in a very safe and effective matter. The Performing Arts Center has turned it's backlot into an outdoor theater with social distanced seating, a beverage center that serves acoholic and regular beverages, and an intimate concert setting that will have you wanting to come back again and again.

“It's not a tribute, it's an experience!” is the reaction from fans all over the world. From start to finish, it’s a musical journey through the best of Zeppelin classics, to the symphonic orchestrations of Page & Plant, and some of the greatest hits of both Robert Plant and Jimmy Page’s solo work, all performed by 7 piece supergroup of Grammy-nominated men and women.

Inspired by the musical evolution of both Jimmy Page & Robert Plant, Antonio Bolet, the musical director and lead guitarist of In The Light of Led Zeppelin, had the vision to create something new, give audiences what they wanted to hear, give them a new way to hear it and then give them something they had never heard before. The production is a musical interpretation, using masterful artistry, with technical note placement carefully designed for the listener to feel the music and experience it as new. A genre-bending, chance-taking project, the music is performed with the same detail of Page & Plant using authentic instrumentation. This extraordinary, highly refined tribute ensemble digs deeper into the Middle Eastern and classical influences that permeated "Kashmir" — and then follows that intriguing thread into brand-new sounds when performing Led Zeppelin classics, providing a unique, not-to-be-missed musical experience. Does the surname "Bolet" Sound familiar? To connoisseurs of pianism, the name of Jorge Bolet (1914-1990) is legendary. Cuban-born, his career blossomed only later in his life. His technique was flawless, his lyrical tone was legendary, he was the undisputed master of interpretation of Liszt and naturally passed on his technique to his nephew Antonio Bolet.

It's an intriguing two hour adventure bringing you from past to future with the excitement you felt on hearing it for the first time. There is no other tribute experience like In The Light of Led Zeppelin.



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