There are rock tours and then there are legendary Led Zeppelin tours. In 1977, the English rock band embarked on a mammoth North American tour, which was to be their eleventh and final concert tour of North America. Divided into three legs, it kicked off on April 1st and concluded on July 24, 1977. Tour tickets sold at a rate of 72,000 a day and the band sold out large arenas and stadiums across the country. Riding as only rock royalty would, they hopped aboard a 45-seat Boing 707 named Caesar’s Chariot to trek from city to city. In all, Led Zeppelin rocked out to 44 concerts playing everything from“Kashmir” and“Stairway to Heaven” to“Achilles Last Stand” and“Whole Lotta Love”.