Led Zeppelin Inglewood Concert T-Shirt
Get the led out with this Led Zeppelin classic rock t-shirt featuring palm trees and Icarus artwork on the front.
Led Zeppelin, one of the greatest bands of all time (and one of the best selling music artists of all time), began in England in 1968 consisting of Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham. Their hits include "Ramble On", "Dazed and Confused", "Good Times Bad Times", "Rock and Roll", "Whole Lotta Love", "Kashmir" and many more.
This t-shirt commemorates the band's June 22, 1977 show in Inglewood, CA.
- Officially licensed merchandise
- Front graphic only
- Short sleeve
- Black t-shirt
- Small: Chest 36" | Length 28"
- Medium: Chest 40" | Length 29 1/4"
- Large: Chest 44" | Length 30 1/4"
- XL: Chest 48" | Length 31 1/4"
- Kathie is 5'5" tall, weighs 130 lbs. and wears a size 6/8. She is wearing a size small.
- Unisex fit
Fabric and Care
- 100% cotton
- Machine wash warm inside out, Tumble dry low
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Our band tees are officially licensed. Meaning, the manufacturer has official permission to create a t-shirt using logos and photos of the bands they are licensed for.