Pure Led, a Long Island Led Zeppelin tribute band, will return to the Vanderbilt to perform on Sunday, July 22, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the Charles and Helen Reichert Planetarium. The band performed at the Museum for the first time in 2017.
The playlist, which features work from the early BBC recordings to select hits from the later albums, captures the essence of the band’s best live performances.
Pure Led will play highlights, including The Song Remains the Same, Stairway to Heaven, and Whole Lotta Love.
Tickets: adult $20 (on-line, at Vanderbilt website), or $25 at the door. Children 5-15 pay $15 (on-line or at the door). Children under 5 are free.
“We love the music and we love playing the music you love to hear,” said band member Patrick Giovanniello.
“We give it our all with a chemistry and force that is comparable to the mighty Led Zeppelin during their early years.”
In the 60-foot domed theater of the Reichert Planetarium, the band will play as spectacular laser images and space imagery fly overhead in a truly immersive and unforgettable experience.
The band, formed two years ago, has performed in Long Island venues that include KJ Ferrell’s, Revolution Music Hall, The Blue Parrot, Suite 1824, Changing Times, The Backstage Pass, The Woodhaven House, The Fall Festival in Huntington, Black & Blue Chop House, The Village Pub, and Buckley’s in Valley Stream.