Organisers of the annual Livestock music festival stage their latest monthly spin-off this Saturday (December 9) as one of the country’s leading Led Zeppelin tribute acts comes to the Black Barn at Forty Hall.

Led Zed play the full Led Zep repertoire and have the look, the sound and the grooves all down to absolute perfection. Indeed if you closed your eyes you'd be forgiven for thinking you were actually listening to Led Zeppelin themselves.

Tickets cost £10 on the door with the action kicking off at 8pm with local Enfield-based support That Blue Patch playing an eclectic mixture of tunes.

Music from the Black Barn, staged every second Saturday of the month complete with licensed bar, has become the most intimate and atmospheric venue in the area with the emphasis on quality, variety and value for money.

The event is an extension of Livestock, the annual community-organised rock festival on the site of Forty Hall farm, which began as a small street party in nearby Goat Lane seven years ago and has grown into north London’s most eagerly awaited musical extravaganza, returning in 2018 on July 21.

The not-for-profit festival, Enfield’s answer to Glastonbury with over 20 artists, is a real family day out and features something for everyone on three separate stages, complete with bars, food stands and children’s entertainment.

Tickets for next summer’s event will go on sale early in the New Year. In the meantime, as well as Led Zed, there are a number of other exciting Black Barn gigs to look forward to. These include a one-off appearance on Jan 27 by Nexx Levl, an unmissable supergroup of multi-talented session musicians who have played with some of the UK’s most famous artists. And on Feb 10, Coldplace, the pre-eminent Coldplay tribute band who headlined Livestock a few years ago and have toured all over the world, return for what promises to be one of the Black Barn’s most sensational evenings.

Further information: Andrew Warshaw 07768 948791

Pictures: Leon Wilkin 07590 681945