KASHMIR: Live Led Zeppelin Tribute Show at Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center

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WEST CHESTER, PA — KASHMIR: The Live Led Zeppelin Show is bringing their over-the-top, hit-fueled performance to the Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center (226 N. High St., West Chester, PA) Friday, September 24 at 8 PM.

Since their inception by vocalist/harmonicist Jean Violet in 2000, the acclaimed Led Zeppelin tribute band has grown a vast fan base from all over the world. From the smaller gigs they played in their youth to the sold-out venues they are now accustomed to, KASHMIR has brought the authenticity of Led Zeppelin to a new generation.

KASHMIR focuses on maintaining a vintage 70s vibe while staying true to the era with stage gear, special effects, and costumes that take fans back to the original Zep production. In addition to their clear attention to detail visually, they put just as much energy into keeping their sound and performance as genuine as possible, performing Led Zeppelin’s entire catalog with no alteration.

“KASHMIR is a band who thrives on authenticity; they put all of their effort into recreating the Led Zeppelin experience for those who may have never experienced it,” said April Evans, executive director of Uptown!. “The audience is going to be transported back to the 70s for this electrifying performance.”

KASHMIR’s show is just one of many exciting upcoming performances at the Uptown! including Into The Mystic: Tribute To Van Morrison (Sept. 30), JINGO—The Santana Tribute (Oct.1), and EAGLEMANIA—The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute Band (Oct. 2).

Tickets for Uptown! Knauer PAC: KASHMIR can be purchased here: https://secure.uptownwestchester.org/57/58.

Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center is located at 226 N. High St., West Chester, PA. For more information visit https://uptownwestchester.org.

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