The original members of Led Zeppelin performed together for the final time on July 7, 1980 at Eissporthalle in Berlin, Germany. The concert was the last scheduled stop on a 14-date European tour in support of the group's most recent (and ultimately final) studio album, 1979's In Through the Out Door.

Trouble had been circling the band in previous years, with John Bonham and Jimmy Page both struggling with alcohol and drug addictions.

Led Zeppelin had been forced to stop after just three songs on June 27 in Nuremburg, when Bonham was rushed to the hospital after suffering what was reported as food poisoning but rumored to instead be the result of a blackout.

As with the European jaunt, a North American tour scheduled to begin in October was to see the band trimming some of the excess soloing and pageantry of previous expeditions. But on Sept. 24, after reportedly drinking 40 measures of vodka during a 12-hour period on a rehearsal day, Bonham went to bed at Page's house and was found dead the following morning.

A few months later, on Dec. 4, 1980, the group issued a statement declaring they would be breaking up as a result of Bonham's passing. The surviving members have reunited only a few times since then, including short sets at Live Aid in 1985 and the 40th anniversary concert for Atlantic Records in 1988. More recently, they performed a full-scale show on Dec. 10, 2007, in London that was captured on Celebration Day, a concert film released in 2012.

Although the image above is taken from a show a few days prior, you can see photographs, the complete set list, ticket stubs and other memorabilia from Led Zeppein's final show at their official website.

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