Led Zeppelin Say No To Download Festival Get Together
The members of LED ZEPPELIN have turned down another lucrative offer to reform, turning down the chance to headline Britain's Download Festival in June (10).
Promoter Andy Copping has revealed he approached Jimmy Page and Robert Plant and asked them to consider a get together for his event at Donington Park.
He tells British radio network XFM, "Every single festival in the world approaches Led Zeppelin or their management to get them to play at their festival. Loads of money gets thrown out. It’s not what they want to do at the moment and that’s fine. They probably never will, but everyone has a stab at it."
Plant, Page and bassist John Paul Jones reformed for a tribute to music mogul Ahmet Ertegun in December 2007. Plant has since shot down all attempts to reunite the rock supergroup.