Robert Plant has released a new collection of tour merchandise

Robert Plant’s new tour kicked off on November 16, and Plant also released a line of tour merchandise to mark the occasion.

The collection of items is available to see and purchase online. Many of the items include Plant’s feather symbol, which was first used on the packaging for Led Zeppelin’s untitled 1971 release.

This grey “retrographic” T-shirt includes Plant’s feather symbol, as well as a silhouette of Plant performing with Led Zeppelin:

Plant’s online store also lists a metal feather keyring:

You can view the full collection here.

Plant is also selling an art print that’s only available from the merchandise stall at his run of 15 UK and Ireland shows. Plant said on Twitter that the print is by Welsh artist Richey Beckett:

(Twitter/RobertPlant)

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4 Comments on "Robert Plant has released a new collection of tour merchandise"

  1. Cant wait for manchester gig my first ever plant gig so excited front row seats seecyou soon planty x x

  2. Will he have a special print for the shows in the US as well, also, didn’t see a tour program? Any info you have will be great!

  3. Please could Robert issue a collection of his live reworked Zeppelin material with the Sensational Space Shifters. There are some great new covers. Llandudno last night was great. Thanks Rob.

  4. Would be definitely interested in “Tour” programme as there were none available at Glasgow gig. which was superb by the way!!

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