40th Anniversary Fan Tribute to Led Zeppelin 1968-2008
A year in the making, this exciting event brought together Led Zeppelin fans from all over the world who took part in helping to create a tribute to the band whose music has greatly inspired millions of people since they formed in 1968.
The event, entitled "Memories in Music '68-'08" was held in the family library of Knebworth House in Hertfordshire England, the site of Led Zeppelin's last UK concerts in 1979. The tribute ran for an entire month, the Knebworth Family Land Trust generously donating the use of the library where the exhibit stood. Memorabilia collectors from several countries loaned items of Led Zeppelin memorabilia they had collected over the years and an amazing display was built for fans to enjoy as they celebrated the occasion. Among the items on display were rare tickets, programmes, posters, handbills, signed albums, photographs, magazines, gold records, rare 45's, badges, patches, t-shirts, a jacket worn by John Bonham with the Knebworth Guest Artist pass still attached, and a framed Led Zeppelin IV print signed by Jimmy Page and loaned by the St. Paul's Gallery.