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Get the Led Out
The American Led Zeppelin August 25

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ShowGet the Led Out
DateFriday, Aug 25 2017
TimeGates: 6:30pm
Show 8pm
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Since 2015, Get the Led Out has been rocking audiences at RiverEdge Park, and this summer the boys are back for more of the same. The songs you know and love will be played to perfection and as you remember them, but don’t worry, these incredible rockers never repeat a show. Using six guys instead of four, Get the Led Out does something even Led Zeppelin couldn’t do: perform their songs live as they were heard on the studio albums. They are the only cover band out there that’s trying to “replicate those records,” lead singer Paul Sinclair said. From the first Led Zeppelin album to In Through the Out Door, their music is powerful, explosive, authentic and just flat out amazing. Although this is the third year they’ve played at RiverEdge Park, these guys are in demand and we can’t guarantee they’ll be back next year. With over 6,000 fans coming out to the park last year, we’re expecting this show to sell out. Get your tickets now for a musical experience you’ll never forget.

FOOD VENDORS ON-SITE: Genoa Italian Concessions, Aurora Noon Lions Club, Leland Legends, Mimi’s Humble Pie and Señor Taco


For this event, there will be a standing room only section located directly in front of the middle section of the stage with limited bench seating on either side of that area. These areas are first come, first served basis. No bag chairs are allowed to be set up in these areas. The rest of the park is general admission for bag chairs. Bag chairs and blankets are also allowed on the lawn areas. SEE MAP

Events at RiverEdge Park will take place rain or shine. In the event of a cancellation due to weather, a credit in the amount of the face value of your ticket will be issued to your customer account. The credit may be used towards a future ticket purchase for performances at RiverEdge Park or Paramount Theatre. No refunds will be issued.

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