- $20 for one ticket to Led Zeppelin 2 and one ticket to Wild Child (up to $50 value)
- When: Led Zeppelin 2 on Friday, August 8, at 9 p.m. and Wild Child on Saturday, August 9, at 9 p.m.
- Where: Gramercy Theatre
- General-admission standing
- Door time: one hour prior to showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Need discounted parking? There's a Groupon for that.
Led Zeppelin 2
- Where they're from: Chicago
- What sets them apart from other Zeppelin tributes: they don't just play greatest hits, they re-stage famous gigs from Zeppelin's storied history, from the garage days through the excess-loving heyday of The Song Remains the Same
- What you'll hear: bowed guitars, tectonic drum solos, and Robert Plant-esque vocal histrionics.
- Who puts on Plant's golden locks: Bruce Lamont, beloved by experimental music fans for his work in Bloodiest and Yakuza
- High praise: "...they do as good a Zep as Zep ever did back in the day." – Jim DeRogatis, Chicago Sun-TImes
- Where they're from: L.A., just like The Doors
- What sets them apart from other Doors tributes: they don't just play the greatest hits, they recreate the Doors concert experience, harkening to their Sunset Strip '60s heydays at Whisky a Go Go
- What you'll see: lead singer Dave Brock channeling the Lizard King's energy, sex appeal, and sultry vocals, backed by a band that's so tight, even the real Doors have raved about them
- What the late Ray Manzarek of the real Doors says about Wild Child: "This is as close as you'll get to the real thing."
- What Doors drummer John Densmore says, ""... the way they play the music is uncanny. I saw Wild Child and they know Jim's moves and raps as well as he did. The drummer did something on 'Break on Through' which was so interesting, I stole it back!"
The historic Gramercy Theatre first opened its doors in 1937, and spent some 60 years as a movie palace and art house. Now wedged between two skyscrapers, it still retains some art-deco columns and flourishes striped into its façade. Inside, an intimate main room shares space with the eclectic Samsara Lounge where persian rugs and funky wall art imbue audiences with a rock 'n' roll spirit and inspire the spontaneous formation of nomadic tribes.