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Thanks to the success of February's Pink Floyd spectacular at Stonehenge in we will be doing it again in 2015, paying homage to one of the world's greatest rock bands - the mighty Led Zeppelin.
Next years Stonehenge concert will be on Valentines Day, February 14th, and will feature the hugely popular Whole Lotta Led with organisers dubbing the show as A Whole Lotta Love.
Just like Eclipse's tribute to Floyd the Led Zep concert will feature a state of the art light show, all set to the beautiful backdrop of Stonehenge Aotearoa and the Tararua Ranges.
Whole Lotta Led have previously performed in Wairarapa at King Street Live - a show that sold out days in advance and were hailed by many as just about the perfect tribute to legendary band thanks to onstage theatrics and their uncanny ability to perfectly replicates such Zep classics as Stairway To Heaven, Black Dog, Rock 'n' Roll and in this instance the highly appropriate Whole Lotta Love.
The 2014 Stonehenge show sold out well in advance and saw over 2800 people in attendance. It was one of the most talked about concerts of the Summer and as a result organisers have made the decision to make the event an annual occurrence.
Tickets for this show are currently only available if you know someone with a secret code, due to unprecedented demand, early bird ticket purchases have sold out and have now closed. Early bird ticket holders have each been issued a secret code allowing the purchase of further tickets. Look out on social media and other channels for people who have these codes in order to secure your tickets.
At sunset on the 14th day of February 2015, New Zealanders will get a taste of such events when Whole Lotta Led- the country’s top Led Zep tribute show, pay homage to the legend by staging a sight and sound spectacular at Stonehenge Aotearoa in the beautiful surrounds of the Wairarapa valley.
For Wairarapa locals and all those visiting the region on this weekend, the concert will be the perfect way to end a glorious Summer’s day. Because of the intimate and rural nature of the setting, ticket numbers are limited to just two thousand. Food and drink will be available onsite and a special transport & ticket package will be announced shortly.
This will be a live show like no other – a combination of stunning sounds and the magical and mystical location of Stonehenge. Add in the music of one of the world’s greatest ever bands and you have the kind of evening that is truly unmissable.
Gates open at 4pm
Entertainment from 6:00pm
No BYO Alcohol.
If you are wondering about how you are going to get to Stonehenge and back while still being able to enjoy a few drinks (the cops will be out in force and there is nowhere to camp).
The lovely people at Tranzit have put together some travel options for you so you don't need to worry about driving, or getting stuck in a traffic jam afterwards.
Tranzit will pick you up from Martinborough, Featherston, Carterton or Masterton and drop you back there at the end, there are two bus routes, one for South and one for North.