One of the best tribute bands in the entire country is excitingly making a trip back to Maine in early 2024.

Following their amazing 2023 live show at the State Theater in Portland, 'Get The Led Out' has announced a return appearance. The Led Zeppelin tribute band will be playing at the State on Friday, January 26. Coincidently, it's the exact same January date that they played in Portland last year.

Michael Butaccio via YouTube
Michael Butaccio via YouTube

'Get The Led Out' puts on an absolutely killer show. The band consists of professional and studio musicians, who play the part and hit every note. Heck, they even dress the part. It truly feels like you step into a 1970s music hall when they take the stage.

Get The Led Out doesn't shy away from any Zeppelin music. This includes the softer and more laid-back tunes. At last year's State show they even did a sit-down acoustic segment right in the middle. It was quite an epic scene.

Michael Butaccio via YouTube
Michael Butaccio via YouTube

Last year was also extra special for WBLM and its listeners, because it was the night of the station's 50th anniversary party. To share this incredible Zeppelin experience with our listeners was extra special.

Tickets for the show are on sale now. They are $35 in advanced and can be purchased online or at the State Theater box office. You can find out more details here. Tickets raise to $40 on the day of the show.

This is a show Led Zeppelin fans will not want to miss. It will amaze you how good 'Get The Led Out' performs these iconic songs. I know I can't wait to see them again.

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