“Every single festival in the world approaches Led Zeppelin or their management to get them to pay at their festival… Loads of money gets thrown out. It’s not what they want to do at the moment and that’s fine. They probably never will, but everyone has a stab at it.”

— Andy Copping of U.K.’s Download Festival reveals (via Rolling Stone) that, unlike The Strokes, Led Zepplein isn’t in it for the money. After being turned down, his festival chose to go with AC/DC, Rage Against the Machine, and Aerosmith instead.