Furthur Summer 2010 Tour
Furthur, featuring Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jeff Chimenti, John Kadlecik, Jay Lane, and Joe Russo will be heading out on a Summer Tour in 2010! The dates of the tour are:
Fri-Jun-25 Rochester, NY Highland Bowl
Sat-Jun-26 Brooklyn, NY MCU Park (formerly KeySpan Park)
Sun-Jun-27 Brooklyn, NY MCU Park (formerly KeySpan Park)
Tue-Jun-29 Jim Thorpe, PA Penn's Peak
Wed-Jun-30 Lowell, MA LeLacheur Park
Sat-Jul-03 Herkimer, NY Gelsten Castle Estate
Sun-Jul-04 Oxford, ME Nateva Music & Arts Festival
Mon-Jul-05 Shelburne, VT The Green @ Shelburne Museum
Thu-Jul-08 Buffalo, NY ArtPark
Fri-Jul-09 Masontown, WV Allgood Music Festival
Sat-Jul-10 Philadelphia, PA Mann Center for the Perf Arts
Sun-Jul-11 Philadelphia, PA Mann Center for the Perf Arts
Please go to www.furthur.net for more information.
That's the kind thing to say. Too many people stand on their pedastals, waving their fingers at the rest of us around here like they are some wise old sage sitting on a mountain top waiting to give the poor dumb peasents their life advice. What you said Rosa was very refreshing thank you!!
"Here's my half a dollar if you dare .. double twist when you hit the air. Look at Julie down below .. the levee doing the dopaso"
Ventura or Santa Barbara please.
Believe me, missing you this summer Hurts Me Too !
they are playing Lowell i grew up there....So where they built the venue is along the river walk..back in my day we used to go to the river walk and smoke.and dream about the boys playing playing right there smoking with us.
thank you rosa, for the positive thoughts...i should take a lesson from you...hell, we ALL should
I'll keep my fingers crossed for lots of mid and west coast shows for you folks; joy increases exponentially when shared :) I do agree with those who think more tours will be added and that this is just a list of the first to be scheduled.
Was lucky enough to catch all 3 New England shows - amazing!
We don't know what's up...but we do know that the ticket office staff is small, and since orders are handled by post-mark date, smaller batches of envelopes with a particular date would be easier to deal with. I'll bet the folks at the small Stinson Beach post office will be glad not to be innundated with huge amounts of envelopes at one time, too. Logistics, people, logistics. As for the utterly superflous comments by the haters of the music as it is now: NEWS FLASH: Music is an art form, it's participation voluntary. If you don't like it, what are you doing here? Move on and quit wasting both your time and ours.
That would be perfect. The sirius broadcast of the barton hall show was grate, but video brodcasts would take it to a whole new level.
What an appropriate moniker.
However, you are so wrong. Believe me, I realize this is not the Grateful Dead. Indeed, in my eyes they were not "my" Dead after about 1983. I am not trying to relive the past; just trying to enjoy myself and hear my favorite tunes live, even without Jerry.
You certainly have the right not to see Further and stick to your memories. That is cool. But I choose to see what the boys are up to. Trust me, I listen to as much classic Dead as you do and I know Kadelick is no Jerry. But even Jerry wasn't Jerry for over ten years.
I went to see them at Radio City. It was a fine show. Solid. Phil is still an amazing player, worth the price of admission, alone. Also, they were playing the songs we all love, and it was cool that a whole bunch of people who never got to see the Fat Man could still get to see the songs done live.
It may not be to your taste, but have no right to disparage those who choose to go and enjoy themselves. Their choice is just as valid as yours. So keep listening to those tapes and before you know it Bobby and Phil will no longer be touring, and all we will have are the tapes. Think about it.
"I was blind all the time I was learning to see."
"That path is for, your steps alone."
A solution to our "touring" problems. How about more "live" broadcasting. Whether it is through Sirius or a Pay Per View event.
Its not like people are not going to show up at the shows, because its on radio/TV. If you play, we will be there and tape it.
Thanks to all who make these tours happen.....and Thanks for playin Phil and Bob
good music is ALWAYS good music, no matter who plays it, or when, or how old the players are. when jerry passed, alot of us were hurt for a long, long time. i for one, do not mind trying to soothe the ache...it will always be there, like fuckin' arthritis, but we can make it easier to live with....chill!! when you get confused, listen to the music play...........remember?