TCM Goes Classic Rock for Labor Day Weekend

LOS ANGELES - OCTOBER 21: Rock band "Led Zeppelin" arrive for the premiere of their concert film "The Song Remains The Same" at the Fox Wilshire theater on October 21, 1976 in Los Angeles, California. (L-R) John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant) (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
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Labor Day weekend is shaping up to be one like America has never seen. From the raging pandemic to most of the country baking in sweltering heat over the next few days, this holiday weekend is prime for staying in and tuning into some classic rock favorite from the comfort of your own home.

The TCM network is rolling out "The End of Summer Tour," a full long weekend's worth of killer classic rock programming to enjoy (and capture on DVR). Among the top-shelf titles being featured include Led Zeppelin's 1976 film, The Song Remains the Same, The Who doc The Kids Are Alright, the full four-hour Woodstock movie, The Rolling Stones' Shine a Light, both of The Decline of Western Civilization films, The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night, Tom Waits concert flick Big Time, and more. Go here to see the full schedule.

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