• January 15, 2015
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    Grateful Dead Original Members To Perform Together Again One Last Time

    Grateful Dead Original Members Reunite to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

    “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead" at Chicago’s Soldier Field on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 2015

    Marks the Grateful Dead Members' Final Performance Together

    Event information available at Dead50.net

    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Grateful Dead, the four original members — Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir — will reunite at Chicago's Soldier Field, nearly 20 years to the day of the last Grateful Dead concert, which took place at the same venue. “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead" will occur over three nights on July 3, 4, and 5, 2015, marking the original members' last-ever performance together. The band will be joined by Trey Anastasio (guitar), Jeff Chimenti (keyboards), and Bruce Hornsby (piano). The group will perform two sets of music each night.

    Jerry Garcia's daughter Trixie Garcia announced the shows in an exclusive interview. You can check out her announcement here.

    Joining the original members of Grateful Dead are three musicians who have embodied the band’s spirit of musical innovation throughout their eclectic careers. Guitarist Trey Anastasio is best known for his work as the principal songwriter and lead guitarist for touring juggernaut Phish, but he has also found time to score and arrange music for orchestras and Broadway productions such as “Best Musical” TONY nominee ‘Hands on a Hardbody.’ Pianist Bruce Hornsby had already won the first of his three Grammy Awards when he first guested with Grateful Dead in 1988. Following the death of the band’s keyboard player Brent Mydland in 1990, Hornsby toured with the group into 1992, and he has maintained a collaborative relationship with its members ever since. Bay Area native and jazz keyboardist Jeff Chimenti joined Bob Weir’s Rat Dog in 1997, and has since worked on projects such as Phil Lesh & Friends, The Other Ones, The Dead, and Furthur.

    In the tradition of the original Grateful Dead Ticketing Mail Order, tickets will first be made available via a first-come, first-served mail order system. All additional ticketing information is available at Dead50.net.

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Grateful Dead Original Members Reunite to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

“Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead" at Chicago’s Soldier Field on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 2015

Marks the Grateful Dead Members' Final Performance Together

Event information available at Dead50.net

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Grateful Dead, the four original members — Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir — will reunite at Chicago's Soldier Field, nearly 20 years to the day of the last Grateful Dead concert, which took place at the same venue. “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead" will occur over three nights on July 3, 4, and 5, 2015, marking the original members' last-ever performance together. The band will be joined by Trey Anastasio (guitar), Jeff Chimenti (keyboards), and Bruce Hornsby (piano). The group will perform two sets of music each night.

Jerry Garcia's daughter Trixie Garcia announced the shows in an exclusive interview. You can check out her announcement here.

Joining the original members of Grateful Dead are three musicians who have embodied the band’s spirit of musical innovation throughout their eclectic careers. Guitarist Trey Anastasio is best known for his work as the principal songwriter and lead guitarist for touring juggernaut Phish, but he has also found time to score and arrange music for orchestras and Broadway productions such as “Best Musical” TONY nominee ‘Hands on a Hardbody.’ Pianist Bruce Hornsby had already won the first of his three Grammy Awards when he first guested with Grateful Dead in 1988. Following the death of the band’s keyboard player Brent Mydland in 1990, Hornsby toured with the group into 1992, and he has maintained a collaborative relationship with its members ever since. Bay Area native and jazz keyboardist Jeff Chimenti joined Bob Weir’s Rat Dog in 1997, and has since worked on projects such as Phil Lesh & Friends, The Other Ones, The Dead, and Furthur.

In the tradition of the original Grateful Dead Ticketing Mail Order, tickets will first be made available via a first-come, first-served mail order system. All additional ticketing information is available at Dead50.net.

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TALKIN' ABOUT "FARE THEE WELL: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF GRATEFUL DEAD"

“I have a feeling this will come out just right. Can’t wait to find out…HERE WE GO!” - Mickey Hart

"The Grateful Dead lived an incredible musical story and now we get to write a whole new chapter. By celebrating our 50th, we get to cheer our past, but this isn't just about history. The Grateful Dead always played improvisational music that was born in the moment and we plan on doing the same this round." - Bill Kreutzmann

“It is with respect and gratitude that we reconvene the Dead one last time to celebrate - not merely the band's legacy, but also the community that we’ve been playing to, and with, for fifty years,” - Phil Lesh "Wave that flag, wave it wide and high…"

"Lookin' forward to this one, oh boy, you bet. Let's see just how much fun we can have this 4th of July." - Bob Weir<

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I look forward to seeing guests at these shows. Just as long as it's not a rotation of guitar players. Like Col. Bruce Hampton put it. "Couldn't hear a thing ! Made my eyeballs ring.Too Many Guitars !!!"
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Totally agree with your Dylan, Branford and Carlos. Dave Matthews too. Countless more I suppose... I'd love to see Sunday take on a "Last Waltz-ish" feel and selectively introduce a few life-long friends and "special-guests" of the band to participate. Gotta see Branford do Eyes - CHILLS !!!
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seriously ? Dave "the wanker"Matthews ??? might as well have him and ozzie osbourne close out the weekend with knocking on heavens door.
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The picture is starting to get a bit clearer on the Grateful Dead's plans for the Summer ...and perhaps beyond. Fare Thee Well? One More Saturday Night! Word now is that in response to the unprecedented demand for the Dead's "Fare Thee Well" shows in Chicago, the same lineup, featuring all four surviving members of the Dead plus frequent collaborator Bruce Hornsby and Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio, will also appear in the Bay Area for two shows at Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium in late June, we believe the 27th and 28th. The Santa Clara shows will be the only additional shows to feature this lineup or at which all four of the surviving Dead members will play together (though we do expect at least two if not all four to appear as part of the Grateful Dead Tribute Night at San Francisco's AT&T Park on August 13th, where the band will join together to sing the National Anthem before the Giants game). As previously mentioned, however, there will be more "Grateful Dead" shows this year that feature some of the members playing together with different guest artists, all of them playing with separate bands, or both. Some of these shows will take place at iconic venues like New York's Madison Square Garden arena, Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and probably a San Francisco-area venue to be determined, in addition to, perhaps, the Hollywood Bowl. Weir Still Here First, we expect a series of shows, perhaps a tour, featuring a nearly-Dead ("Almost Grateful"?) lineup set to include three of the "core" four surviving members - singer-guitarist Bob Weir and dual drummers BIll Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. On guitar, these shows will feature special guest and Dead fan John Mayer, as well as Steve Kimock, a Bay Area native regarded as a specialist in Jerry Garcia's style, while Phish's Mike Gordon will stand in for still-kicking bass player Phil Lesh, and frequent Dead collaborator Jeff Chimenti, also part of the stadium band, will handle keyboard duties. We expect these shows to take place either in June, right before the Bay Area gigs, or perhaps in late Summer and early Fall, and to begin or end with a multi-night stand at Red Rocks (where Kreutzmann and Hart appear with third-generation jam band the Disco Biscuits next month). Members of this band may also join Weir at the Dear Jerry tribute concert at Maryland's Merriweather Post Pavilion in May, at which all four members will appear separately. We note both that that event will take just days before David Letterman's final appearance on air, and that Weir was a musical guest during Mayer's recent stint guest-hosting CBS' The Late Late Show. In the Spirit of Woodstock Second, a number of festivals will see Dead-themed shows featuring one or more band members. We believe that the nearly-Dead lineup, or one close to it (perhaps substituting Widespread Panic's David Schools for Phish's Gordon) may play the as-yet-unannounced Saturday night "Superjam" at this June's Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee before performing at the Live Earth event outside NYC a few days later. We also would not be surprised to see a different Dead band, featuring Weir, Kreutzmann and Hart along with fellow sixties and seventies San Francisco star Carlos Santana on guitar, perform at the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park, the site of many sixties Grateful Dead concerts, on August 9th, the anniversary of Garcia's death (we will have more to say about that festival's lineup soon). That would occur just a week before Weir and Kreutzmann collaborate with several young jamband musicians at the annual Allman Brothers-themed Peach Music Festival in Pennsylvania, whose bill also includes Santana and several notable Dead collaborators including Hornsby and latter-day Allman brother Warren Haynes (as well as Gregg Allman himself), and where Weir will separately collaborate with New Orleans' Preservation Hall Jazz Band. We would not be surprised if additional such collaborations are announced for Connecticut's Dead-themed Gathering of the Vibes festival, at which Kreutzmann will perform on Garcia's birthday, August 1st, or the Phases of the Moon festival in Arkansas in October. Lockn' In While Bonnaroo and Outside Lands are the biggest-name festivals to feature potential Dead collaborations this year, the only festival that will host all four members of the band is the Lockn' Festival in central Virginia in mid-September. The four members will appear mostly separately, but we expect subsets of them to take part in at least two of the collaborations that are the festival's organizing principle. One will be an encore of the Weir-Kreutzmann collaboration set for the Peach. Another will likely involve an appearance by "Dead Feat," featuring Little Feat members Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere (the band itself appears separately) along with Kreutzmann and New Orleans guitar/vocalists and big Dead fans Anders Osborne and Billy Iuso. And we would not be surprised if a third pairs Santana with Hart and perhaps Lesh, already announced as leading his own band of unspecified "Friends," who we expect to include Haynes and Osborne on guitar. Volunteers In addition to the Dead and perhaps Santana, Lockn' will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of a third group of San Francisco scenesters, the Jefferson Airplane. Original members Jorma Kaukonen (who will take part in the Dear Jerry concert) and Jack Casady will participate in a special Jefferson Airplane set featuring many special guests led by Saturday Night Live musical director G.E. Smith and husband and wife duo Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams of the Levon Helm Band (and he of Bob Dylan's band, among others, as well). While Grace Slick is now retired from performing, her parts will be handled by Lake Street Dive's big-voiced Rachael Price, and we would not be surprised if original Airplane singer Marty Balin is added to the lineup at a later date, nor if the Dead's Kreutzmann participates on drums. Kaukonen and Casady will also perform as their duo formed in the early '70s, Hot Tuna, and we expect Kaukonen to take part in one of the Dead-themed collaborations at the festival as well. Dear Jerry Finally, there is the possibility of additional Dear Jerry-style tribute concerts on one or both coasts, perhaps circa Garcia's birthday, but more likely in the Fall. We would expect any event in California, especially if it takes place in the Los Angeles area, to feature members of Dead friends Los Lobos (also appearing at the Maryland event), who we note have have broken with tradition this year and moved their annual Cinco de Mayo festival at LA's Greek Theatre to the Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston's Hermann Park. In New York, we would not be surprised to see one or more concerts, whether a single all-star tribute or a series of shows, perhaps around Thanksgiving, and featuring members of Jefferson Airplane, Phish, and even Dead-set indie-rockers The National, among others including Garcia-minded guitarists Kimock and John Kadlecik, who played Jerry in Weir and Lesh's Furthur band, as well as potential special guests Hornsby and Dead collaborator Branford Marsalis. While Lesh, arguably the leading musical force in the band these days, will not appear at festivals other than Lockn', he may participate in these additional tribute events with his own band of friends, perhaps including San Francisco-based Garcia-stylist Stu Allen on guitar. Lesh and/or another member or two is also likely to participate in Haynes' annual Christmas Jam in Asheville, NC in December. Expect an announcement of the Levi's Stadium shows as early as this week, and stay tuned for "furthur" updates...
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the grateful dead died in 95, so as far as I know, they have NO plans, the rest is just a ripoff.
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If you feel the Grateful Dead died in 1995, why are you bothering to even look at this site? Move along and STFU.
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Died in '95....The Music and the community will NFA! Sad to see folks harboring resentment that were once brothers/sisters but nothing left to do but :) :) :)
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Threw another 990.00 some odd dollars into the bucket of hope.
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Threw another 990.00 some odd dollars into the bucket of hope.
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Looks like they have a better way of getting the tickets out this time. Good luck.
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Good luck Spencer. And good luck to all the faithful!!
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We all more or less this was going to happen. Thank you
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thanks to all wishing me well on this round of tickets, i know the last round was nerve racking, didn't get my pinky until the last day. as some of you know, my hope for these tickets arnt so much for me wanting to see the show (I do of course) but to share the experience with my two boys (24 and 12 respectively) and my lovely wife. to kind of let them get a peek through the looking glass at what I've experienced some 100+ times. and maybe expand their consciousnesses about the true meaning of community. (as I see it) and how music is more than something that comes out of a radio and can be felt in the heart and soul. well wishes to all who like me weren't lucky enough for the chi town gigs, hopefully we'll cross paths in Santa Clara! Spencer
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Levi’s® Stadium SBL members have an opportunity to participate in an exclusive presale for a limited number of tickets on Monday, April 13. On that day, each SBL member account will receive a ticket purchase offer in its associated email account that provides an opportunity to purchase a maximum of four tickets. SBL members who are unable to secure tickets through this exclusive presale still have the opportunity to participate in the online lottery prior to the April 14 deadline.
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In lottery ..my son and sister also wanting to be there for the shows.im glad to have another chance .best of luck to every one
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Good luck Spencer and everyone else trying to get tickets. I'm trying as well--that way if I don't go (but I probably would, lol) at least I can keep a ticket away from a scalper and give it to a Head.
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Huge thanks to everyone that is helping to make these two extra shows possible... and to the band in particular for playing a couple more times for us!!! Put in the money from last time to see if we can get in :) Good luck everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nothin left to do but smile smile smile
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We regret to inform you that you were not selected for tickets. Please note that your card was not charged and your number will be deleted from our system. For any customer service related questions, please contact customerservice@ticketstoday.com
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Well it's official. We mail ordered, tried to get ticket packages, and never got through to ticketmaster the first round and we didn't get tickets to Santa Clara either. I've never worked so hard to get in to any show before and I've never failed so miserably. I am done trying at this point. I hope they stream these to those of us that can't be there... :(
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Bobby's sounded strong and definitively present at the Sweetwater Greene appearance. So grateful he is bouncing back and ready to shine. So looking forward to July! Thank you Grateful Dead!!!!!
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I was lucky (finally) to get 4 primo seats for 6/28 Santa Clara. Would prefer to go to Chicago. Anyone have extra Chicago tix for trade?
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This what I have for the Grateful Dead community.
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All the pain and agony of the GDTSTOO debacle is over and karma rewarded me with two top end seats for Sat. 6/27 in Santa Clara. First concert of the 5. Will be awesome. "smile, smile, smile".
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Hi- I didn't get tickets to Chicago but I had already reserved a hotel. It is around 250 a night and I think I reserved for 3-4 nights. It is the Swissotel Chicago. I am going to cancel it this week- if you need a hotel and are interested in me trying to transfer it into your name pm me and we can try to figure it out-
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Who thinks Herring will make an appearance on Sunday in Chicago with the Travis Bean? The Chicago area that weekend will be dead to the core and full of sick talent. Lotta kind folks to join in that golden band and bless us even more. Counting down the days!
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One would have to assume some guest appearances happening over the 5 show run. I think they will keep it to a minimum though , any revolving door of guests going on and off stage might get uncomfortable. Keeping continuity for streaming and DVD recording playing a part in all.
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AMC movie theatres has a post saying they will be showing the shows at their theaters. Simulcast? Didnt say, but google it. Ive seen a couple other posts anout it, saying the pricing will be determined by each theater. If you're not going, sounds like a great way to enjoy it. Great sound and probably a better view than if you were there, no matter where you are in the building. A proshot video with surround sound on a huge screen....not bad!!! Peace and good luck to those of you still looking for tix. Oh by the way, if you find something on ebay you are willing to pay, talk to the seller, and tell them you dont want to make payment until around the 15th of this month. You should then be covered by ebays 30 day policy. It starts from the moment of payment. I found a 3-day pass for $540. Pricy but i was willing, and i simply explained to the seller, that the listing was in violation of ebay rules, but if we went ahead and played out the auction, and he (the seller) let me hold off on paying until may 15th, then it will be all good. He said he was fine with that, that he felt bad for selling over face...but making less than $300 off a 3-day pass, isnt so bad. He could have done much better and put a reserve or buy it now for a grand. Probably would have got it. Those still looking for tix, this is an option, otherwise, set up an account with cashortrade the website. Its great. Trade or sell, or buy, only at face. Chicago tix are still the hardest to come by. One last thing, ive seen santa clara tix selling for less than face on ebay. Cant beat that!!
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Has anyone who scored tix through the online lottery received any info on these prepaid availability only-parking passes for levi? If you check the announcement, the original one on this site, scroll through it and you will see that it says all cars will require a $60 per day parking pass (buses and rvs: $120) and that these must be purchased ahead of time, as they will not be available on the show dates. It also says anyone who "wins" the lottery and is allowed to buy tix, will shortly thereafter receive info for purchasing these passes???? Ive received no info, nor has anyone i know. Does anyone know where these were available for purchase firsthand? Sll i can find now is bullshit stubhub options, at rediciculous prices? Please someone if you have any info on this matter, please help me. Thank you.
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There is limited availability of 12 and 20 person Sky Suites for the Chicago Fare The Well shows. They are obstructed view but there will be big screens showing the band. The tickets are $200 and you must buy the whole suite. I don't know which dates are available but if you can round up enough buddies to do this it will at least get you in. You can contact them at suites@soldierfield.net and ask for information. Hope this helps!
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Still looking to trade 4 great seats, Sec. 101 Row 18 (together) in SC on 6/28 for 4 tix any Chicago show. Will consider lesser quality Chicago seats and/or pay extra $$ for equal or better. Cell 732-690-7966Peace
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Passes for the shows in Santa Clara will go on sale to current ticketholders at 10am PST on Monday 6/8.
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I can't get to Chicago, but have a reserved hotel room I can't use. Walking distance to Soldier's field at the Travelodge Downtown. Check in July 2 and check out July 6. I paid under $200 per night and can arrange to transfer the reservation name. Would much rather have someone appreciating the room at that rate, than what they would charge to someone if I just cancelled the reservation!
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Ticketmaster just released more tix. Get them now if you are interested Rock on
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Hey, does anyone have anyone have any information on the pay per views for fare the well. I have time warner cable and i just cannot find anything about par per view. Any info would help.
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TWC will be showing the Chitown shows. No announcement yet. You just gotta poke around... You can call ur TWC and ask. But from what I have seen its 3,4,5th July, at a very high channel number. $40 bucks a pop. hope it helps a lil.In Jerry We Trust.
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Truckin Uncle John's Band Alligator Cumberland Blues Born Cross-Eyed
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Anyone help me out with what was just played during set break? So good.
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Got left out like a lot of others at Chi Town & could not afford to go to Santa Clara. Were tapers allowed in & wondering where they would post them in the archive. I would really like to listen to a copy.
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Would have been a great show & worth every penny…EXCEPT: who's the schizo director of the camera crew? We are trying to make the home a concert experience. Sound & setlist was great. But the director obviously knows nothing about shooting a concert nor does he know the band members. The whole herky-jerky shoot was constantly changing cameras, pulling in and out of long shots, using the "Ken Burns" effect I have on my Mac. You rarely saw who was performing the soaring solos, constantly taking endless long shots of the stadium, frequently showing the back view of the stadium so we could look at the construction, and lingering over the Dead's banners. The video feed the audience saw on the big screens was infinitely better. Let's do something different for the next 4 shows: LET US SEE THE BAND PLAY!!! Why not linger over a static shot of the musicians? The constant switching around every couple of seconds means too much coffee for the director (try decaf). I hope I actually get to see the Dead play. BTW, would be nice to occasionally see Trey & Bruce, too.
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Interesting 1st night. My initial impression was “Rat Dog on steroids” but after watching again, I’m thinking maybe by Chicago we’ll have some real interesting stuff going on. Trey is a real plus and maybe they’ll turn him loose; Phil looked great (pun) and he sang more in one night than on 5 tours in the old days. Bobby was a little dominant but given the setup that’s understandable & maybe he’ll give everyone some space to click once they all have the kinks worked out. Nice set of really old stuff last night. Space/Drums = phenomenal!
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is the soundtrack for the video by Justin Kreutzmann, and is composed by Neal Casal of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood. It's on YouTube:
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it's a rare experience to be going "whoa, what's that music they played at the set break?" But it seems like the whole net was doing it this weekend!
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What a pleasant surprise....well done....very minor hiccups....on the HD feed, but amazing memorable hours spent..... Boys are learning to feed off each other and last night both Bruuuucccceeee and Trey let loose..... Organized chaos.....warts and all.....beautiful....still smiling..... Bobby with energy and clear eyes...once again...reminded me of Europe 72 on Sugar Mags....still spitting.....refreshing if you're ga pit Bobside..... Priceless....and am blessed to be road tripping with some friendly strangers, and you know who you are.....
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Is Nugs the best place to view Chi Town or who is doing best camera work.
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    C_o_r_n
    5 years 8 months ago
    Hey man, hope you worked
    Hey man, hope you worked through this. I struggled with the same deal for the Dead and Co fall tour and found that things like Vivid Seats, stub hub, etc., all worked out fine. Geez, the aftermarket tix were sure expensive though. I wish folks would just sell their extra's at cost rather than get all greedy with the mark up. I'm definitely going to try to get the retail prices by planning ahead with this next go round.
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    olddeadheadtoo
    6 years 3 months ago
    my review
    wow, that Friday show was too much, and that Sunday show was out of this world, Trey really stepped up and showed all the negatives that he was the MAN. We want more, how about this Fare thee well, this year. Next year, weir back from the dead to blow your minds.
  • dethwort
    6 years 3 months ago
    Transcendental
    For a brief moment time seemed to stop and flow backwards. A life altering experience. GOD bless the Grateful Dead !!!