Physical Graffiti

Sat 1 February
tickets Doors open 20:00 Commencing 21:00

Get ready for the ultimate tribute to the world's greatest rock band, Led Zeppelin. Physical Graffiti plays the unforgettable Zeppelin classics with urgent precision, such as Stairway To Heaven, Rock 'n Roll, Since I've been Loving You, Whole Lotta Love, Dazed and Confused, Immigrant Song and Black Dog... but also 'deep tracks' like No Quarter, Moby Dick, Trampled Under Foot, The Ocean, Gallows Pole and of course Kashmir. A two-hour show packed into a great light show complemented by projections and visuals. This is Led Zeppelin in 2025.

About Physical Graffiti
Dutch guitarist Daniel Verberk approaches Jimmy Page's unique guitar sound with precision. Not only does he exude Page's cool, he executes his nonchalant playing style with great accuracy.

The Irish-born Dave Harrold is just as convincing on bass as John Paul Jones himself. The fat grooves and demonic bass lines take you to another dimension, only to be calmed down by the sounds of the melanchonic mandolin every now and then.

German-born Jan Gabriel on drums... to say that he could be the reincarnation of John Bonham might be a bit of an exaggeration... but wait until you hear him on his Ludwig Drumkit and timpani during Moby Dick, before jumping to conclusions.

Born in England, Andrew Elt is a frontman pur sang and equals the oh-so-characteristic Plant vocals down to the smallest detail. Elt brings the same classical, powerful, dynamic outbursts and vocal lines, which we know so well from the Led Zeppelin records.

Complemented by the Dutch keyboard virtuoso Remco van Zandvoort, who uses the vintage sounds of Hammond Orgel, Leslie and Melotron, the band shows that they can dig even deeper into the amazing oeuvre of Led Zeppelin.

Physical Graffiti delivers a more than two-hour set of Zeppelin's best songs and more. With hundreds of shows all over Europe behind them, the band has been playing with resounding success for over 15 years in major European cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Amsterdam and of course all places in between. They even spread their wings all the way to Moscow, where they played two sold-out shows at the acclaimed Svetlanov Hall, at the world-famous International House of Music.



Please note:

All events organized in P60 are, in principle, completely standing. Do you really have difficulty walking? Or do you have another physical complaint, so you can’t really stand all evening? Please let us know well in advance. We have a limited number of bar stools, which we can place in different places in the room. Please contact us by e-mail or call, so that we can look at the possibilities with you.

Other information:

- Two days before the start of the event, you will receive an email from us with further information about the starting times and other relevant information. Please note, these emails are in normally Dutch.

- Would you prefer to gain this information further in advance? Then take a look at the 'About Your Visit' page. There you will find all relevant information regarding your visit to P60.

- Are you unexpectedly unable to make it? Or are you looking for tickets for a sold-out show? Ticketmaster Resale is the only reliable way to get your hands on and/or buy a second-hand ticket.