Queen + Adam Lambert covered Led Zeppelin’s 'Whole Lotta Love' at the third date of their New Zealand tour on Monday night (10th February).
It’s the first time Queen + Adam Lambert have performed the track in its entirety – they previously played a snippet at Prague’s O2 Arena in February 2015.
Watch fan-filmed footage of the performance here:
You can watch another angle of the song here:
Queen + Adam Lambert’s Rhapsody Tour hits Brisbane on Thursday night and culminates with a performance at the Fire Fight Australia concert for bushfire relief on Sunday 16th February at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium alongside Planet Rock’s Alice Cooper.
The extensive global tour comes to the UK in June for 10 dates at London’s The O2 and two shows at Manchester Arena and Birimingham Arena. Head to Planet Rock Tickets to check ticket availability.
See Queen + Adam Lambert at the following UK shows:
London The O2 – Tue 2nd
London The O2 – Wed 3rd
London The O2 – Fri 5th
London The O2 – Sat 6th
London The O2 – Mon 8th
London The O2 – Tue 9th
Manchester Arena – Thu 11th
Manchester Arena - Fri 12th
Arena Birmingham – Sun 14th
Arena Birmingham – Mon 15th
London The O2 – Wed 17th
London The O2 – Thu 18th
London The O2 – Sat 20th
Led Zeppelin in 1968 © Getty
To celebrate Led Zeppelin’s 50th anniversary in September 2018, we at Planet Rock asked our listeners to vote for their favourite Led Zeppelin songs of all time.
‘Whole Lotta Love’, of course, made the Top 20. You can check out the full list by clicking the following link:
Don’t forget that Planet Rock is celebrating the music of Led Zeppelin with a very special orchestral concert at London Palladium on Saturday 18th April.
Zeppelin Symphonic, The Music of Led Zeppelin – a Rock Celebration is an epic rock and orchestral concert experience and will feature over 50 performers on stage playing some of Led Zeppelin’s greatest songs over a two-hour set.
There will be a full rock band and symphony orchestra on the stage alongside guest performers including Joey Tempest, Mollie Marriott, Kris Barras and Inglorious frontman Nathan James.
Less than 20 tickets remain! Get them from London Palladium’s website now.