Posted in music on December 10, 2007
some Led Zeppelin fans queued overnight or longer even though they have guaranteed tickets for the show tonight
More than one million people applied in a lottery for one of the 20,000 seats. Tickets have been snapped up for over £1,000 on sites such as eBay - but buyers are warned they could be turned away.
All registered ticket holders have to pick up their tickets in person with photo ID and they are then given a sealed wristband that cannot be taken off until after the concert.
Although rumours are abuzz that Led Zeppelin may embark on a full reunion tour, the band have officially declared tonight is a one-off concert and have promised to sing their best known songs including "Stairway To Heaven" and "Whole Lotta Love".
The arena's corporate hospitality boxes will include Paul and Stella McCartney, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Dave Grohl and Jeremy Clarkson. [Daily Mail]