Led Zeppelin promoter Harvey Goldsmith has said that the band could add more dates to their one-off reunion concert on November 26th.
As previously reported, twenty million people have already tried to register for Led Zeppelin’s reunion concert at the O2 Arena in London.
Goldsmith has said, however, that he expects if the band enjoy their return to the spotlight then the concert won’t be their last, reports dotmusic.
"If they enjoy it, who knows what will happen,” explained Goldsmith. “They've got their own pathways and their own music. For an act to go on the road again after all this time is like restarting a marriage. I hope they do something (afterwards) but only if they enjoy it."
The band are reforming in order to raise money for the late Ahmet Ertegun, who played an instrumental role in the early years of the band’s career.