Robert Plant kicked off his new US and Canada tour with 2 performances in North Carolina

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Robert Plant kicked off his new US and Canada tour with a performance in Raleigh, North Carolina on February 9. Plant performed his usual mix of new solo material, Led Zeppelin songs, older solo material, and covers.

Check out some videos from the show below:

After the show, Plant and his band reportedly arrived at a local restaurant around 11.30pm, after it had closed. The restaurant’s staff didn’t expect to see Plant, but served him and his band food including hummus, fried cauliflower and a beet and persimmon salad. Plant and his band reportedly sang “Happy Birthday” to one of the restaurant’s owners, even though it wasn’t her birthday.

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Plant then performed in Charlotte, North Carolina on February 11, and the full video of that performance has been posted to YouTube:

Here’s the setlist for Plant’s tour opener performance in Raleigh, North Carolina on February 9:

New World…
Turn It Up
The May Queen
Rainbow
That’s the Way
All the King’s Horses
Please Read the Letter
Gallows Pole
Carry Fire
Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You
Little Maggie
Fixin’ to Die
Misty Mountain Hop
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In the Mood
Whole Lotta Love

The setlist was unchanged for his show on February 11 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Here’s the full schedule for what remains of Plant’s US and Canada tour:

February 14: New York City

February 16: Boston, Massachusetts

February 17: Toronto, Ontario

February 20: Chicago, Illinois

February 22: Minneapolis, Minnesota

February 24: Denver, Colorado

February 26: Phoenix, Arizona

February 28: Oakland, California

March 2: Los Angeles, California

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