I did not know this, but apparently people/cities remember the last time Led Zeppelin played in their town. According to a press release I received,
On Sunday July 15, 1973 legendary rock and roll band Led Zeppelin performed in Buffalo, NY for the last time to a sold-out Buffalo Memorial Auditorium crowd, and this epic evening has remained a lasting memory for the thousands who were there in attendance …
“The Sound Remains the Same” is a cover/tribute band, and to commemorate the anniversary, they will be playing a concert on July 15 in Niagara Falls, NY, with a bunch of tickets available for $6, the same price as in 1973. If you are interested, click on the image below for more details.
From a marketwire press release:
The popular 60’s rock band The Beach Boys kick off April’s concert line-up at Fallsview Casino Resort. The group, which hails from California, was formed 50 years ago and became a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. The Beach Boys bring their timeless classics to the Avalon stage, including “Good Vibrations”, “California Girls” and “Surfin’ U.S.A.” for two shows on April 7 and 8.