Although no dates have yet been announced for “Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience,” a posting on, the website belonging to the booking agency representing the tour, describes it as featuring “hand picked session players” portraying the original members plus “heavy usage of video to assist in telling the history of Led Zeppelin.”

Along with a state-of-the-art multimedia presentation, the tour will use era-specific drum kits, meaning Bonham will pound the same kind of drums his dad did during specific moments in the band’s history.

The tour is being produced by Annerin Productions, which produced “The Pink Floyd Experience” and “Rain, A Tribute To The Beatles.”

From The

“The show will carry you from the early days as the band discovered and shared their magical chemistry with LA scenesters at the Whiskey. Multiple set changes take you through Zeppelin’s meteoric climb as you are transported to Madison Square Garden in 1973, Earls Court Arena in 1975, The Knebworth Festival in 1979 and closing with the OZ arena show where Jason joined the band for their final farewell performance.”

To read the entire description, click here for Jason Bonham’s Led-Zeppelin Experience, as described on