If you missed the previous screenings of “Celebration Day” as I did, take heart.
Thanks to popular demand, more screenings of the film — filled with footage of Led Zeppelin’s 2007 reunion concert at London’s O2 Arena — have been scheduled.
The film was screened in 15,000 cinemas around the world for a strictly limited engagement on Wednesday, October 17.
The film earned $2 million in a single night and was a phenomenal success.
Omniverse Vision, the U.K.-based distribution company that released the flick, has been working with online marketing specialist Distrify to track the response from fans online through the Led Zeppelin site.
Data compiled suggests people want more screenings of the fucker, so Omniverse Vision executives agreed to schedule encore performances in select markets to meet widespread demand.
Additional screenings are planned for the U.S., the U.K., Japan, Brazil, Canada, Italy, Germany, France, Mexico and Australia.
Again, “Celebration Day” will only be in theaters one day — November 13. Tickets are limited and available through Led Zeppelin’s site.