The Electric Magic Tour was a set of shows that Led Zeppelin did exclusively in the UK in the winter of 1971. The dates for the shows were announced not even a week before the performances, yet they all sold out within a few days. Because of this, they decided to add two follow-up shows to the tour which in turn led fans to stand in harsh weather for up to 18 hours to secure a ticket. During this tour, there were two performances that stood out forever. These five hour shows included bizarre circus acts with plate spinners, trapeze artists and performing pigs dressed in policeman's uniforms.
Led Zeppelin is a world-famous rock-n-roll band from the UK. They started becoming popular during the 1969 movement of psychedelic rock music, which brought them down the path of creating more political songs. The lead singer also brought a lot of mythology and mysticism into their lyrics. They are most known for their songs "Dazed and Confused", "Stairway to Heaven" and "Immigrant Song". Even though their style was viewed as more folk and bluegrass, they are still seen as one of the most influential rock bands to ever exist.