The Black Jacket Symphony

The Black Jacket Symphony presents Led Zeppelin IV

CEPA and The Black Jacket Symphony have discussed options for this performance and decided to review options for the summer and fall. Tickets sales have been suspended.

No new date has been set for The Black Jacket Symphony’s performance of Led Zeppelin IV, which was scheduled for May 15-16 at CEPA – but the show will be played at CEPA this year. We are working with the band to explore new dates in the summer for this concert. It will not be canceled, and all tickets purchased will be honored for the new date. No refunds will be offered on purchased tickets. Please contact us directly if you have any questions.

Jason Rogoff, Producer of the Black Jacket Symphony, sent a personal message to all the fans in our region who were so looking forward to this performance. 

“I hope this finds you staying healthy, enjoying family, and catching up on some of your classic rock favorites. 

The good news is…THE SHOW WILL GO ON!  We are currently in the midst of rescheduling all of our performances through the middle of May, including our performances of Led Zeppelin IV that were scheduled for May 15th and 16th at the Pell City CEPA.  

We are bummed that we won’t be getting together on those dates, but are happy that we’ve been able to generate multiple contingency plans depending upon how long this lasts. We are going to continue to monitor the situation and communicate the new date to you when we are confident the timing is firm. We feel this is the most responsible course of action rather than running the risk of announcing a new date and having to postpone again.

What does this mean? It means your tickets will be valid for the rescheduled date. We are a small business full of working musicians and hope that in this time of chaos, you will be patient with us and excited to see the shows when they are performed.  

It also means that the shows are going to kick even more ass than they already would have, because all we have right now is time at home and in the office to perfect our musicianship and our production.

What do we need from you? We need your patience, we need you to stay healthy, and we need you to come celebrate one of the greatest classic rock albums ever made. Thank you for your continued support, and we can’t wait to rock with you soon!”

Jason Rogoff, The Black Jacket Symphony