Fri 13th December 2019
Sat 14th December 2019
Sat 29th February 2020
To see all shows go to
Tour Dates page
We'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who came to see us in Alloa, Billingham and Winterton. Thanks for your support we had a smashing time!
We've just had some new dates confirmed for next year, including
Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone on 29 Feb 2020. Then we're off on a German Tour for the whole of March which we're very excited about!
Check out our Tour page
Before then, our last shows of the year are coming up soon:
13 & 14 December at the Halfmoon Putney, performing Early days show and latter days show respectively.
Tickets on sale now.
The Definitive Tribute to the Greatest Rock Band of All Time
Boot-Led-Zeppelin are internationally recognised as the ultimate tribute to Led Zeppelin. The band tour most of the UK from theatres and festivals to the most legendary of music venues. International tours have included Austria, France, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Malta, Portugal, Belarus and 3 highly successful Russian tours.
Clients have included Channel 5, Sky TV, Harley Davidson Owners Group, to mention just a few over their lengthy career. The band were asked to officially represent Led Zeppelin for the live finale on the BBC TV programme, "I'm in a Rock 'n Roll band", helping the nation to vote Led Zeppelin as the No.1 rock band of all time.
Boot-Led-Zeppelin capture the magic and excitement of Led Zeppelin's legendary concerts . Their close attention to detail, and sheer presence and energy on stage, ensure to take their audience on a journey back in time, delivering the ultimate Led Zeppelin experience!
Listen to Fearne Cotton introduce us
at Shepherds Bush Empire
"Go on Boot Led! The nearest thing I have heard to the lords of rock. They got me so close to my true fantasy of hearing Led Zep live. You seriously won't get any closer than this!"
Fearne Cotton, TV and Radio Presenter
“The sound is perfect, the look uncannily detailed, and they dominate the stage with red hot performances that demonstrate their love and respect for the original music.”
BBC Radio Berkshire