Classic rock fans will soon be able to relive Led Zepplin‘s acclaimed Celebration Day concert film of their 2007 reunion performance at London’s O2 Arena for free starting this weekend.

Announced by the band on Wednesday, a free stream of the full-length concert film highlighting the highly-anticipated reunion between original members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones, along with Jason Bonham, will air on the Led Zeppelin YouTube channel this Saturday (May 30th) beginning at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT. The free stream will remain active on the YouTube page for three days following its premiere on Saturday afternoon.

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Fans will remember the buzz of excitement felt throughout the rock community when the surviving members of Led Zeppelin reunited in December 2007 in honor of the late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. The 16-song tribute performance saw the famous rock band revisit some of their biggest classic rock anthems, including “Good Times Bad Times”, “Ramble On”, “Black Dog”, “No Quarter”, “Dazed And Confused”, “Stairway To Heaven”, “The Song Remains The Same”, “Kashmir”, “Whole Lotta Love”, and “Rock And Roll”.

The pro-shot concert film was given a limited theatrical release in October 2012, and was released on CD, vinyl, and home video the following month.

Watch the trailer for the upcoming Celebration Day Global Watch Party webcast below.

Led Zeppelin – Celebration Day Global Watch Party (Official Trailer)

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The upcoming webcast marks the first archive performance stream shared by Led Zeppelin since the live events industry in North America and the U.K. went on indefinite hiatus back in March. Click here to read Live For Live Music’s full look back at the 2007 reunion concert.