• 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 don't think a lot of MOs have been cashed. If you haven't gotten a pink slip yet, there is still hope.
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Still waiting, no "pinkies" here! Checked WU MO, still uncashed. "I Need A Miracle!"
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So cold here past 2days I couldn't even check my mail! If there is a pinkie I would have frozen tears so will see tomorrow. Good luck all...getting tickets would warm my heart
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Still not 100% sure (I'll feel better with an actual GDTSTOO email confirmation) but.. Called USPS to check my MoneyOrder status to Grateful Dead Tickets Sales. Got a weird msg from automated response so I opted to speak to an agent. Put on hold forever Connects and says call is monitored. Spoke to XXXXX in XXXXX and he takes info name, phone # & MO serial # info. (I had to give all that info with the original purchase). While waiting for the computer, and after some small talk about the weather, he asked, "you do know what the verification system tells you right?" Me "No not exactly. that's why I waited 10 minutes to talk to someone" Chuckle on other end. In a matter of fact tone he states, "Mr XXXXX, you're supposed to go to the post office and pay $6.10 per money order to track them." Silence. Him "Okay give me a second." "Okay, confirmed. You're verified in the system." Me "I have several others" Him "You can assume if this is verified so are the others." Me "theoretically?" Chuckle from him "yah" Silence Him again "you do know what verification means right?" Me "I guess not. I called to see if they have been cashed." Short silence again. Him "all I can tell you is it has been verified." Me "Oooookay?" Him in a direct take a hint way "IT MEANS YOU ARE ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES." "Is there anything else I can help you with today?" Me "No. Thanks!" --- Later I learned from others what the original automated msg meant. By calling back I confirmed my other tickets (days) and also learned the extra money I sent in for $115 vs $95.50 tickets was not cashed. Another post follows how and what to listen for in the automated msg.
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One CAN tell if a USPS order has been cashed or not w/o paying a fee. One has to use the automated 866# NOT WEBSITE That number to call is 1-866-459-7822 Have your MO pay receipts handy After a brief intro Choose: "verify a money order" option 1) It will first ask for the 11 digit serial # on the MO receipt. It will then ask to confirm it. 2) It will then ask for the amount followed by the pound key "#" ($191 = 19100#) It will ask to confirm the amount. 3) It will then ask for the 6 digit postal office code (middle bottom of receipt under "post office") It will ask to confirm it. Then listen carefully. It will either say something like: "does NOT match our records" or "matches our records" "does NOT match our records" = it's been cashed "matches our records" = it hasn't been cashed (yet) Again "does NOT match our records" MEANS YOU WILL LIKELY GET TICKETS (I say likely because I'd rather wait for the GDTSTOO email confirm & tickets in hand!) It will then prompt other choices like check another ticket or you can hang up, hopefully start dancing and stop worrying about the mailbox for now. I would suggest checking your higher priced MO's first (95.50/1 191/2 etc depending on how many per day). If you sent in an additional MO to cover the cost of higher price tickets ($20 for each extra) they may not have been cashed. One can always hold the line and "opt to check another money order" to confirm the extra cost ones. I wouldn't bother talking to a USPS agent. Technically they cannot tell you if you didn't pay the $6.10 fee (see previous post). They KNOW why they are getting these calls & their patience is running out. It takes forever to get one anyway. Thanks to John Lee & Mike Zalewski on the Fauxbooks (Mike you had the number wrong but got me in right direction). See you there. I'll be the guy in a tye-dye.
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You are "da man". This is the most constructive post I have seen in this forum. I will be making that call the second I get home from work. At this point all I want to hear is "Not in system"!!!!!!!!
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Huh. All I get is that the money order info does match an actual money order (i.e., it is not fraudulent). No "in the system" or "not in the system." I gather this means it's still "in the system" and not cashed.
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I called back, got right in (12:30 PM CST) and listened to what was said "does NOT match our records" is what you want to hear I made the changes below. See below for instructions. See post below instructions for why I believe that to be the case (others have stated "does not match" is what you want to hear as well). Sorry for the confusion. I hope this helps.
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As someone wrote earlier, this is one of the most helpful posts I've seen on here in weeks, thanks. I had tried another number on the USPS website but it got me to a point of actually reporting criminal mail activity to an authority figure, ha. The number you provided is definitely more to the point of what we're all looking for. It says mine match their records, however no rejection letter yet here in Worcester, Massachusetts. Keep hope alive! Now the paranoid thought line can be "Did they already cash all the money orders for the winners? So if it still matches in their system at this point it just means a rejection letter is coming eventually?" Aaaaaahhhhh!!! The waiting is the hardest part . . . (pertinent Tom Petty lyrics are allowed, right?)
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Thanks for the good information. I called and got "matches our records". I guess the good news is that I spent the extra 25.00 for fedex delivery and that MO hasn't been cashed either. I've been checking this site everyday hoping for tiny bits of news. Believe it or not the tickets I'm requesting are not even for me but hopefully will be a surprise for my husband and son. I love the GD but but don't feel worthy of a ticket for myself when I know there are people out there like my husband and son that are a different breed of fan Lol. I'm a pretty awesome wife and mom though, right?! kctomato, curious if you decorated your envelope? Unfortunately I am not an artist and left my envelope plain. Anyone living in MI that have received a rejection or cashed money order? The wait is almost over.....may we all survive. Good luck!
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I did doodle some on the envelope. I really didn't spend more than 2-3 minutes on it though. I was rushed that day to get to the post office before closing. I specifically chose a roses stamp that looked something like this: Then I roughly stylized some vines, leaves and roses similar to the stamp with the edge of my son's markers around the addresses and edges. I think I wrote something near the stamp like "maybe it will be the roses" or "maybe it was the roses ... that got us tickets". I don't specifically recall. I am no Bob Weir, but my "remembery system" isn't what it done used to be either (evidenced from my original post of the USPS wording).
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Did you happen to catch The Late Late show a few weeks ago? John Mayer was hosting and had Bob Weir on as his guest. It was fun to see his remembery system in action...He is a sweet, furry man but some of the questions he was asked made him look a bit like a deer in the head lights. John was saying that GDTS TOO that little place in Stinson Beach, was sitting on 40 million dollars in money orders. I hope the building is fire proof. John Mayer and Bob Weir sang "Truckin" together. It was a fun show.
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I would say $40,000,000 is a slightly conservative total amount of money orders that came into gdtstoo. We know they received over 60,000 envelopes and over 400,000 individual requests for tickets. Multiplying the lowest ticket price of $95.50 times the 400,000 requests brings in over 38 million bones in money orders. Thanks for the info kctomato!! My money orders have not been cashed yet. Sweaty palms and gratefully hopeful. Good luck dead heads!!
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Dead heads, does everybody know you can deposit your postal money orders in your bank or credit union checking account. Several friends have done so here in Alabama and in Maine too. Sure beats waiting in line at the post office. Best!
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I am still sitting here in limbo...I called the Post Office and my money orders are still in the system, but I still have hope, I don't believe they have processed all the orders yet or I think the email would've gone out already. I am wondering though if they would cash my $9 priority mail MO to send a rejection letter or not?? Anyone know?? Because that is still in system too. Hoping I wont have one of the late arriving pinkies so bad! My boyfriend who is not a head, and will not be attending the shows, wanted me to hurry up and call the number right away because he said he is tired of being nervous when he goes to the mailbox, lol, he hears me talking in my sleep about tickets Good Luck EVERYONE !!
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Here Cherie 33 years ago! 1982 on Letterman whole thing worth watching but Bob blanks out about 2 minute mark and Jerry responds. See you in Chicago. I'll be the one in a glass of milk.
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Has anyone got any other response from the number kc tomato posted? Has this infomation been validated by anyone else?
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I did call the number KC posted and directions were spot on. Sadly mine have not been cashed yet but it's not the 26th and I haven't gotten my SASE. That info was excellent and I will continue to check through the toll free number.
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What does message say to you.
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Requested 2-tix-ANY Sat/Sun, I did it all exactly correctly (with a little-drawing as well), I even used Jimi Hendrix stamps just in case -- and here in NYC an hour or so ago I received the SASE of 7-MOs ($191/40/200/191/40/200 and $9 for priority mail). The SASE-postmark was Feb 17. Well, I'll try ticketmaster, etc. My wife and I already have our plane-tix/hotel. And we'll be looking everywhere we can to buy tix for either night -- except from scalpers. And, well, at least the nervous suspense of opening the mailbox is over. And I honestly would've rather faced Freddy Krueger or Jason from Friday the 13th than the little note of "nope" from GDTS. :) :) :) John PS :(
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The following is a slightly fictionalized account of a recent conversation with my significant other. Lightnin Will: Honey, I just got an e-mail from dead.net. Let's pack up the the tofu salad sandwiches and the djembes an go truckin up to Chicago to see the Dead one last time. We can get a VIP package for a couple of thousand. Sunshine Daydream: You know I love you more than words can tell, but we are getting married next year and we need the money to fix up your house so there will be room for me and that gigantic surround sound stereo system you have. Can't we stay home and watch it on pay-per-view streaming video. You know, Netflix, or Amazon Prime, or Google Play. Netflix has really good surround sound. Lightnin Will: But honey, I think we have to be there to experience the high energy vibe created by the interaction of the band and the audience. Sunshine Daydream: Don't you think it's possible to be part of the vibe from a distance. We will be watching it live, right. Lightnin Will: Yes, we do have a good connection to the Dead. Like with all those Dead dreams I've told you about. Let's give it a whirl. Sunshine Daydream: If you give me a twirl.
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The following is a slightly fictionalized account of a recent conversation with my significant other. Lightnin Will: Honey, I just got an e-mail from dead.net. Let's pack up the the tofu salad sandwiches and the djembes an go truckin up to Chicago to see the Dead one last time. We can get a VIP package for a couple of thousand. Sunshine Daydream: You know I love you more than words can tell, but we are getting married next year and we need the money to fix up your house so there will be room for me and that gigantic surround sound stereo system you have. Can't we stay home and watch it on pay-per-view streaming video. You know, Netflix, or Amazon Prime, or Google Play. Netflix has really good surround sound. Lightnin Will: But honey, I think we have to be there to experience the high energy vibe created by the interaction of the band and the audience. Sunshine Daydream: Don't you think it's possible to be part of the vibe from a distance. We will be watching it live, right. Lightnin Will: Yes, we do have a good connection to the Dead. Like with all those Dead dreams I've told you about. Let's give it a whirl. Sunshine Daydream: If you give me a twirl.
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Sir John Q- Hey sorry you got your personal non-personal letter....that sucks, and I can relate personally to what you said, especially the sad face on the PS. It's a tough deal. However, the music ain't stopping, right? Right! ..and it never did, right? Right! You are on the right track...make sure you get those MO redeposited, pay a bit on the plastic, and preregister with Ticketmaster. You got any plans to be anywhere but in front of your computer on 2/28 at 10 AM? Me thinks not...join you there, brother, and let's keep the bus rolling. For when you are there, inside, and the music starts, it will be all worthwhile. You will be right where you are supposed to be, and if we think alike, you will be right where you want to be. Peace to you, good vibes and best wishes for all success... g
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Ok, So I am not at a good feeling at all with this whole 50th. My first show was 1978. Been on the bus and followed all incarnations including the Dead, the Other Ones, Furthur, Phil and Friends. etc Got my rejection letter for this fiasco. All I can think is what would Jerry think. He would be horrified, me thinks. Now I don't want anything to do with this commercialization of what was the greatest music. I also feel that Furthur was some of the greatest music I had been listening to in many years, including the last years of Jerry. I do realize that Jerry, with diabetes, probably didn't have a lot of feeling in his fingertips. I don't even know how he played those last couple of years. I just feel more and more admiration for him that he played even though he most likely did not feel well at all. I saw his last shows in 1995and feel privileged that I did. The whole sell-out of this "Dead" show is disgusting to me. I am pretty sure I will have tickets from another deadhead. However, at this point I don't want to be there in person. Sad for a gal that has been a true fan for 37 years.
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So I sent in request for all 3 shows at all price levels. 9 money orders. Checked the phone number KC posted (thanks!!) and only 1 did not match their records. So does this mean they are doing partial orders? Or are they still cashing them.Dont give up if yours match their records!!
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I'm thinking partial orders are pretty much gonna be the norm...just an educated hunch, based on the volume...best of luck to you!
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I miss the days when we could call the Grateful Dead Hotline and get updates - it sure would ease some peoplees minds if they still had that now - hell I would like to just hear and old recording of the hotline lady telling us news.. use to call at the wee hours of the morning so it would not be busy and I could get through... oh to have those days back just one more time... :) Peace, Michael B
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I just don't understand the term "fiasco" in relation to this whole thing. What else do you think they should have done? The demand is astronomical. You think they should have just done it, GA, with no pre-sales. First come, first serve at Soldier Field? Yeah that wouldn't have been a fiasco or anything. This is amazing the way this was done. And then online sales this weekend. Sorry you didn't get your tix yet, but if you would have, would this not be a fiasco anymore? People just need to stop complaining about every god damn thing in this world. If you are a true Dead Head...you would understand that. And with that...I still haven't received my rejection letter, confirmation email or had any MO's cashed. Still waiting.....
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Finally. It's been a fun (sometimes stressful) little ride this last month with these tix. We should be finding out our ticket fate this week. Wish the best to all of you. Whatever happens, it has been nice to connect with old friends this past month. There has been some great comedy flying around and that has been a lot of fun to be a part of. Hopefully no more Pinky's come flying in... And Ticket awards fill the air here soon!!!
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Talking in your sleep about tickets -- that is hysterical. Glad to know I'm not the only one thinking about this 24/7, feeling like the daily walk to the mailbox is a walk to the executioner.....but still no rejection letter so I'm hoping for that miracle!
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Right On, Brother! Well Said.
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i second that emotion.same status here in montana.
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oroconliz...chill out. what else could they done? there are probably hundreds of thousands...well, at least 10s of thousands of us, who could make the same claim we ought to be there. I hope I make it but if I don't...I tried, as did you. holding out still getting tix, or at least a simulcast at a venue near me.but, yes, it is frustrating not knowing, and I'm sure I'll be frustrated if/when I get the pink slip.
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Anyone else use western union? Also what is the email address for ticket info results. No rejection email or letter, western union states all six m.o. cashed, does that mean I got all 12 tickets? Any comments?
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We’ve been submerged in a sea of mail and are coming up for a breath of air to give you an update on where we stand right now. We are 75% of the way processing all of the orders, working 24/7 to get your money orders back to you. There were many, many times more order requests than anyone imagined, thousands and thousands with beautiful art. We are trying to let as many folks as possible know their status before the onsale date. Emails will go out to the winners starting in the next two days. Your chances of receiving tickets from us are 1 in 10, so if you have not received a winner’s email from us by the on-sale date, you may want to consider on line ticket sales to increase your chances.Tickets will be mailed out in June. Please do not email us at this time as we will not be able to answer your inquiry. Okay, we are taking a deep breath and going back under. The crew of GDTS TOO 2.23.15 “Some days the gales are howling Some days the sea is still as glass” John Barlow
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All six of my western union mo have been cashed. Does that indicate my full order for 12 tickets will be filled? Anyone?
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I went Western Union route and mine still says "This is not an authorization". I think you're good...congratulations dude. Damn it, now I'm nervous.
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If true I will have two extra tickets per show. Anyone interested?
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If true I will have two extra tickets per show. Anyone interested?
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Yes, most definately interested! My USPS MOs are still a match in the system, no letter, only nightmares my letter is under the rug in Frankie's son's bedroom. Trying so hard to stay positive!
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Shoot me an email.
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did you get the PM? not sure it went through...
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Hi. I've been calling the USPS money order verification 866 number all day and keep getting a "we're experiencing technical difficulties" message after I input my money order serial number. Is anyone else getting this message?
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No I got through but just ot the automated system where they said my Mo is still a match.
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did you call recently? i'm obsessing just a little…… :)
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Called around 5, I'm obsessing over where the CID packages went that I can't even afford- poof?!I'll try calling again, maybe its off line since the GDTS Too post this afternoon, I called right after that went out and go through
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They don't go on sale until fri 2/27 10:00am CST.
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I got my pink slip today, but good luck to the rest of ya! If any of you do end up with extras, I am certainly interested. I would much rather know I have tickets instead of battling the bots on Saturday morning. (~);}
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    C_o_r_n
    5 years 10 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 4 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 5 months ago
    Transcendental
    For a brief moment time seemed to stop and flow backwards. A life altering experience. GOD bless the Grateful Dead !!!