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BOULDER, Colo. — For The Final Tour of Dead & Company , an offshoot of the Grateful Dead that includes original members of the band, three concerts were scheduled in Boulder at Folsom Field. Based on the history of the Grateful Dead, it was no coincidence that Colorado received such a farewell.

Colorado Music Experience , a non-profit organization, detailed the history of the Grateful Dead in Colorado. The group collected images from a free show played in Denver's City Park to the packed shows at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Don Strasburg, the co-president of AEG Presents in the Rocky Mountains, saw his first Grateful Dead shows in the early 1980s.

“Honestly, that first show in 1983 was a blur. It was confusing," Strasburg recalled. “Then I came back in 1984, and then it was like, I knew at that point, and I was in my happy space.”

Strasburg has seen more than 100 Grateful Dead concerts in his life.

"They're the greatest American rock band ever to walk the earth," Strasburg said. "Going to see a Grateful Dead show is not like going to Broadway theater. You're not going to see the same show every night.”

Strasburg said another reason fans followed the band and saw so many shows was they all realized this was a special, unique moment in time. That moment in time was extended through different iterations of the Grateful Dead, like Dead & Company.

“This music transcends generations, because the songs are timeless," Strasburg said. “Why do people still listen to Beethoven? Why do people listen to Mozart? Why do people listen to The Beatles? There's certain music that just is that important, and is that perfect. The Grateful Dead is that perfect.”

The Final Tour of Dead & Company does not mean the music is gone, or won't be played by future different iterations of the original band, but it does mark the end of an era to a certain degree.

"This rolling caravan of the Grateful Dead community going from show to show every night, with all of the pomp and circumstance to some degree of the Grateful Dead, this forum is going to be over," Strasburg said. “This is it, and we're lucky enough to have this iteration of Dead & Company at Folsom Field for three nights."

Tribute bands reproduce the Grateful Dead's music as closely as possible. Shakedown Street has been doing so since 1987.

“We certainly see people that we know were on tour when we were. But we see a lot of kids that are 20 years old and 22, 23 years old, and they love the music," Peter Czolowski, a member of the band, said. “There's always going to be a need for it. And I think 'The Dead' has left their mark to the point where people are always going to want to hear this music."

So why does Colorado seem to be one of the state's with the greatest love for the Grateful Dead? Strasburg said it's part of the culture of Coloradans.

"You think about our relationship to mountains. For us, they're the most serious. We're seriously into our beer. We're seriously into our cannabis. We're seriously into our skiing or snowboarding. We're serious. This is a serious community, and we take our music seriously. And I think that's why the Grateful Dead and The Grateful Dead's music resonate so much here," Strasburg said.

Furthermore, the economic impact of the three-night run in the City of Boulder is tremendous.

"We look at ticket sales, we look at the average daily rate in a hotel room. We have a limited capacity in Boulder for hotel rooms- we have about 3,000 hotel rooms, but still we're full," Charlene Hoffman, the CEO of Visit Boulder, said.

Restaurants were ready for the crowds by bringing in more staff, Hoffman said, and the city anticipated higher retail sales as well. For all three nights, an anticipated 120,000 people were expected to walk through the doors of Folsom Field. The city expected between $35 to $50 million in economic impact as a result of the three shows.

“This is money spent in the city from out-of-towners. So, the people that we expect to come to the show are probably 50% out-of-towners and 50% residents. So, we're looking at the economic impact of people that are coming from outside the community. That's new spending in Boulder," Hoffman explained.

Even though Dead & Company is finishing The Final Tour this month, the music cannot be stopped here in Colorado.

"It's critical that we as a community recognize how important our culture is and not take it for granted. We live in it every day, and we sometimes forget how special it is," Strasburg said. "You don't say goodbye [to the Grateful Dead]. Every moment that passes is essentially a goodbye. So, you just look toward the future.”

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How to watch Dead & Company live stream in Boulder: Band plays three shows at Folsom Field

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The itinerary on Dead & Company's final tour continues to shrink. But the band, led by Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Mickey Hart, has a few more concerts before the tour-ending three-night stint at Oracle Park in San Francisco next month.

The band, founded in 2015, had played 164 concerts before this final tour was announced in September 2022. "Well it looks like that’s it for this outfit; but don’t worry we will all be out there in one form or another until we drop…"  Weir tweeted  at the time.

You can watch all of Dead & Company's shows on this tour, including those that have already happened, on demand – starting with the May 19-20 dates in Los Angeles – and the upcoming shows at Boulder, Colorado's Folsom Field Saturday, Sunday and Monday (July 1-3), live on  nugs.net .

Where to stream Dead & Company concerts

Nugs.net . Watch on desktop and on the Apple TV app, as well as Android and iOS apps on mobile devices. 

You can also use AirPlay and Chromecast to watch on TVs  (4K video streams cannot be cast).

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How much does it cost to stream Dead & Company concerts on nugs.net?

$34.99 per show (high-def) or $44.99 (4K video); watch live or watch a replay; then you can watch for the next 48 hours. New subscribers get 50% off individual shows. Current subscribers get 15% off ($29.74 for high-def).

After a free 7-day trial, subscriptions are $12.99/month or $129.99/year; includes unlimited streaming of audio and video in the catalog). Special deals let you stream multiple shows in one tour stop or pay $700 for the Unlimited Devotion pass to watch all 29 shows on demand or live.

Who is performing?

Formed in 2015, Dead & Company carries on the legacy of the Grateful Dead, which broke up after the death of Jerry Garcia. At the time, the remaining band members said  in a statement , that "individually and in various combinations they will undoubtedly continue to make music, whatever the future holds will be something different in name and structure."

Surviving band members Weir, Hart, Phil Lesh, and Bill Kreutzmann continued to perform and tour together in various bands under names including The Other Ones, the Dead and Further.  The so-called "Core Four" culminated their journey  with three shows in Chicago dubbed  "Fare Thee Well" in July 2015 , marking the band's 50th anniversary. 

Lesh then left the group to form Phil and Friends, leaving Weir, Hart and Kreutzmann and new keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, who played at Fare Thee Well, to form Dead & Company with lead guitarist  John Mayer  and bassist Oteil Burbridge from the Allman Brothers Band. 

Kreutzmann has not been on the band's summer tour. Drummer Jay Lane, who served as a replacement previously for Dead & Company – and played with Weir in his bands Ratdog and Wolf Bros. – joined the band for this tour.

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  • July 7-8 (George, Washington)
  • July 14-16 (San Francisco)

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Under the cover of a dark gray July sky, more than 30,000 fans of Dead and Company gathered Monday at Folsom Field to say goodbye to the last remaining vestiges of the legendary rock band.

Dead and Company , a continuation of the iconic Grateful Dead, has been captivating audiences with their unique blend of rock, folk and psychedelic improvisations since their formation in 2015. Comprising original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Mickey Hart, along with John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, Jay Lane, and Jeff Chimenti, the band has carried forward the spirit and musical ethos of the Dead, enchanting old and new fans alike.

After two nights at the football field, guests of the July 3 show looked a bit disheveled and rather disgruntled as they filed into the venue, but as soon as the opening notes to the first song started playing, all bets were off. This night was to be the third and final evening of the tour’s Boulder leg, and fans wanted to soak in every single moment.

“I can’t believe this is really it,” said Katrina Minette, 30, whose hair was peppered with sparkly rainbow streaks to commemorate the occasion.

Minette, traveling from North Carolina, bought tickets to see Dead and Company all three evenings in Boulder. “Of course I went all of the nights. Who knows when we are going to see them again? This is a special kind of magic,” Minen mused.

As Bob Weir struck up the opening notes of “Bertha,” Minette became engrossed in the performance. “I’m so sorry, but this is my favorite song in the entire world. I can’t talk anymore. But I love you.”

Fans dance and sing as Dead and Company plays on their final night of shows at Folsom Field at the University of Colorado Boulder on Monday, July 3, 2023. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)

A feeling of hazy, lazy, indulgent happiness seemed to hang in the air, as people all around danced, hugged, laughed and hollered with increasing abandon. On more than one occasion, fans pulled out pieces of paraphernalia that probably cost more than one month’s rent in Colorado and passed them around. At one point, a glassy-eyed, middle-aged man wearing a shirt that read “Make IPA Clear Again” and an indulgent grin produced a tray of chocolate cookies and distributed them to the surrounding Deadheads.

A baby, clad in giant headphones and a tie-dyed onesie with Jerry Garcia’s face stamped onto the front, stared at the stage with open-eyed awe as if he was seeing god for the first time. After Jeff Chimenti played a long, tickling riff from “New Speedway Boogie,” the Deadhead baby audibly gurgled.

Lauren Amico, 19, of Boulder, admitted that she had only come to the shows because she has a crush on John Mayer.

Amico, who also attended all three of the Boulder dates, told the Camera that the weekend converted her into a full-fledged Grateful Dead fan.

“I have loved John Mayer since I was 5. He is so talented! But I didn’t really get what the Dead were all about until I got to see them play in real life this weekend. Now I get it. I’m sad I caught on so late,” Amico said. “But my Dad told me, it’s better late than never. And it’s never too late to become a Dead fan. Because even if this is the last tour, the music never dies.”

Feelings of skepticism were echoed by a handful of other concert attendees, many of whom were hesitant to believe that this really would be the Dead’s last tour.

“They’ve done this many times. They said the Fare Thee Well tour would be the last one. And we all know how that turned out,” said Bill Grossman, 67, of Longmont.

“A year after the Fare Thee Well Tour wrapped up, Dead and Company announced they were going to do a tour. You can’t trust what these guys say,” Grossman said, laughing.

Of all of the stops on Dead and Company’s “final” tour, Boulder was originally the only location to host more than two shows. In the last month, the band announced that they would be adding a third date to the San Francisco leg of the tour, making San Francisco and Boulder the only two locations to feature three concerts.

The Dead have had a lengthy, symbiotic relationship with Boulder, having played at Folsom Field first in 1972 and again in 1980. Since first forming in 2015, Dead and Company have stopped in Boulder every year, with the exception of 2020 and 2021.

Boulder has long been a hub for counterculture and music. The vast open spaces, outdoor venues, and lively music scene in Boulder make it an ideal destination for fans who seek an immersive and unforgettable concert experience.

As the final Boulder concert moved into the second set, the profound impact it had on the audience was tangible. The euphoric atmosphere of the concert, punctuated by the sounds of thunder and flashes of summer lightning, had converted a fresh wave of fans, welcoming them with open arms into the tight-knit Deadhead community. As Folsom Field says goodbye to its most popular musical performer, it is evident that the deep connection between the band and the city remains unyielding. But who knows? The Dead may live to return to Folsom again.

Fans cheer as guitarist and vocalist John Mayer, left, and guitarist and vocalist Bob Weir, right, sing during the Dead and Company show at Folsom Field at the University of Colorado Boulder on Monday, July 3, 2023. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)

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Under the cover of a dark gray July sky, more than 30,000 fans of Dead and Company gathered Monday at Folsom Field to say goodbye to the last remaining vestiges of the legendary rock band.

Dead and Company , a continuation of the iconic Grateful Dead, has been captivating audiences with their unique blend of rock, folk and psychedelic improvisations since their formation in 2015. Comprising original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Mickey Hart, along with John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, Jay Lane, and Jeff Chimenti, the band has carried forward the spirit and musical ethos of the Dead, enchanting old and new fans alike.

After two nights at the football field, guests of the July 3 show looked a bit disheveled and rather disgruntled as they filed into the venue, but as soon as the opening notes to the first song started playing, all bets were off. This night was to be the third and final evening of the tour’s Boulder leg, and fans wanted to soak in every single moment.

“I can’t believe this is really it,” said Katrina Minette, 30, whose hair was peppered with sparkly rainbow streaks to commemorate the occasion.

Minette, traveling from North Carolina, bought tickets to see Dead and Company all three evenings in Boulder. “Of course I went all of the nights. Who knows when we are going to see them again? This is a special kind of magic,” Minen mused.

As Bob Weir struck up the opening notes of “Bertha,” Minette became engrossed in the performance. “I’m so sorry, but this is my favorite song in the entire world. I can’t talk anymore. But I love you.”

Fans dance and sing as Dead and Company plays on their final night of shows at Folsom Field at the University of Colorado Boulder on Monday, July 3, 2023. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)

A feeling of hazy, lazy, indulgent happiness seemed to hang in the air, as people all around danced, hugged, laughed and hollered with increasing abandon. On more than one occasion, fans pulled out pieces of paraphernalia that probably cost more than one month’s rent in Colorado and passed them around. At one point, a glassy-eyed, middle-aged man wearing a shirt that read “Make IPA Clear Again” and an indulgent grin produced a tray of chocolate cookies and distributed them to the surrounding Deadheads.

A baby, clad in giant headphones and a tie-dyed onesie with Jerry Garcia’s face stamped onto the front, stared at the stage with open-eyed awe as if he was seeing god for the first time. After Jeff Chimenti played a long, tickling riff from “New Speedway Boogie,” the Deadhead baby audibly gurgled.

Lauren Amico, 19, of Boulder, admitted that she had only come to the shows because she has a crush on John Mayer.

Amico, who also attended all three of the Boulder dates, told the Camera that the weekend converted her into a full-fledged Grateful Dead fan.

“I have loved John Mayer since I was 5. He is so talented! But I didn’t really get what the Dead were all about until I got to see them play in real life this weekend. Now I get it. I’m sad I caught on so late,” Amico said. “But my Dad told me, it’s better late than never. And it’s never too late to become a Dead fan. Because even if this is the last tour, the music never dies.”

Feelings of skepticism were echoed by a handful of other concert attendees, many of whom were hesitant to believe that this really would be the Dead’s last tour.

“They’ve done this many times. They said the Fare Thee Well tour would be the last one. And we all know how that turned out,” said Bill Grossman, 67, of Longmont.

“A year after the Fare Thee Well Tour wrapped up, Dead and Company announced they were going to do a tour. You can’t trust what these guys say,” Grossman said, laughing.

Of all of the stops on Dead and Company’s “final” tour, Boulder was originally the only location to host more than two shows. In the last month, the band announced that they would be adding a third date to the San Francisco leg of the tour, making San Francisco and Boulder the only two locations to feature three concerts.

The Dead have had a lengthy, symbiotic relationship with Boulder, having played at Folsom Field first in 1972 and again in 1980. Since first forming in 2015, Dead and Company have stopped in Boulder every year, with the exception of 2020 and 2021.

Boulder has long been a hub for counterculture and music. The vast open spaces, outdoor venues, and lively music scene in Boulder make it an ideal destination for fans who seek an immersive and unforgettable concert experience.

As the final Boulder concert moved into the second set, the profound impact it had on the audience was tangible. The euphoric atmosphere of the concert, punctuated by the sounds of thunder and flashes of summer lightning, had converted a fresh wave of fans, welcoming them with open arms into the tight-knit Deadhead community. As Folsom Field says goodbye to its most popular musical performer, it is evident that the deep connection between the band and the city remains unyielding. But who knows? The Dead may live to return to Folsom again.

Fans cheer as guitarist and vocalist John Mayer, left, and guitarist and vocalist Bob Weir, right, sing during the Dead and Company show at Folsom Field at the University of Colorado Boulder on Monday, July 3, 2023. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)

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Dave Matthews sat in with Dead & Company at Boulder, CO’s Folsom Field last night, the final show the Grateful Dead offshoot’s three-night run at the stadium. At the end of Dead & Company’s second set, Matthews emerged for a take on Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower,” a tune both Dave Matthews Band and the Dead have made their own, and a set-closing version of Buddy Holly’s “Not Fade Away.” Then, the DMB frontman returned during the night’s encore for two classic-rock covers Dead & Company play, Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” and The Band’s “The Weight.”

Before Matthews’ appearance, the show had already made some headlines when weather caused a weather delay at the end of the first set. A night early, drummer Mickey Hart also surprised fans by singing a verse of “Fire on the Mountain” during Dead & Company’s second Boulder show.

Dave Matthews Band famously opened for the Grateful Dead in Las Vegas in 1995 and Matthews and Weir have collaborated a handful of times over the year. Most recently, they took part in a private birthday party at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl in January where they collaborated on “The Maker,” “All Along the Watchtower,” “La Grange,” “No Woman, No Cry,””Gloria” and “Not Fade Away.” Warren Haynes, Questlove, Blues Traveler and Karl Denson also took part in various parts of the jam. Mayer has his own history with Matthews and the two singer/guitarists shared the stage three times in 2007.

Dave Matthews Band will perform in Chicago on Friday while Dead & Company will appear in George, WA.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist

Folsom Field, Boulder, CO, Monday, July 3, 2023

Set I: Bertha, New Speedway Boogie, Cold Rain and Snow, Jack Straw, Althea, Playing in the Band Set II: Playing in the Band > Uncle John’s Band > Playing in the Band, Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower > He’s Gone > The Other One > Drums > Space > Standing on the Moon > All Along the Watchtower* > Not Fade Away* E: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, The Weight

*with Dave Matthews

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Dead & Company have announced the dates and venues for their final tour, set to run from mid-May to mid-July of 2023. The  Grateful Dead  offshoot featuring Bob Weir ,  Bill Kreutzmann , Mickey Hart ,  John Mayer ,  Oteil Burbridge , and  Jeff Chimenti  previously revealed that the 2023 outing will be the last for this outfit , which formed in 2015.

Dead & Company’s last ride will kick off on May 19th and 20th at Los Angeles, CA’s  Kia Forum . The group will continue on from there to amphitheaters in Phoenix, AZ (5/23); Dallas, TX (5/26); Atlanta, GA (5/28); Charlotte, NC (5/30); Raleigh, NC (6/1); Bristow, VA (6/3); Burgettstown, PA (6/5); and St Louis, MO (6/7). On Friday, June 9th and Saturday, June 10th, Dead & Company will pay their last visit to Chicago, IL’s Wrigley Field before moving along to Cincinnati, OH’s  Riverbend Music Center  (6/13) and Philadelphia, PA’s  Citizens Bank Park (6/15).

Following two-night runs at Saratoga Springs, NY’s  Saratoga Performing Arts Center  (6/17, 6/18) and New York, NY’s  Citi Field (6/21, 6/22), the East Coast portion of the tour will wrap up with shows at Fenway Park  in Boston, MA (6/25) and  Ruoff Music Center  (formerly known as Deer Creek) in Noblesville, IN (6/27). Dead & Company will then head west once again for a three-night run at Boulder, CO’s Folsom Field over Independence Day weekend (7/1, 7/2, 7/3) and a two-night stand at The Gorge in George, WA (7/7, 7/8) before wrapping up  The Final Tour in the Grateful Dead motherland with their first-ever shows at San Francisco’s Oracle Park .

Related: Dead & Company 2022 Tour Recap: Highlights, Stats, & Top Shows

Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann, the three Dead & Company members who also played in the Grateful Dead, weighed in on the end of this chapter when the finality of the 2023 tour was confirmed.

“I want you to know that this has all been because of you,” Hart said in a post about the final run of Dead & Co shows. “When we saw what Fare Thee Well meant to all of you, and how good it felt to be back together, we knew there was a chance for a second life, another dance around the sun. Little did I know the life [Dead & Company] would have. I’m so looking forward to the festivities that lie ahead. This tour will be one for the books.”

“The Grateful Dead always felt timeless from our very beginnings at the Acid Tests where “time” did some funny things so we left it behind altogether,” added Kreutzmann in a post of his own. “This music will always exist, always evolve, always be the soundtrack of our ever changing lives. But the form changes. It always has, from when we invited Mickey to join the band to the many shapes and forms it took after Jerry [ Garcia ] left us. And so it’s almost time for another change. I have loved this chapter with Dead & Company, as we got to explore The Music with some new interpreters and different antennas, but we always knew it was just a chapter. The Music never stops.”

Weir cut right to the chase in expressing the same sentiments in his comment: “Well it looks like that’s it for this outfit; but don’t worry we will all be out there in one form or another until we drop.”

To ensure that tickets get directly into the hands of fans, advance pre-sale registration powered by  Seated is now available here . Artist pre-sale begins Wednesday, October 12th at noon local venue time and runs through Thursday, October 13th at 10:00 p.m. local venue time. Advance registration does not guarantee tickets. Supplies are limited.

Guests who prefer an enhanced experience can purchase a variety of VIP and Travel Packages. Packages include seamless venue access, early GA entry, pre-show lounge with food and a cash bar, exclusive merchandise, or travel packages for multi-night runs in various cities. Packages from 100X Hospitality will go on sale October 12th at noon local venue time. For full details, click here .

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, October 14th at 10 a.m. local venue time via the band’s website . Click below to view a complete list of dates.

Dead & Company –  The Final Tour 2023 Dates

Fri May 19 | Los Angeles, CA | Kia Forum Sat May 20 | Los Angeles, CA | Kia Forum Tue May 23 | Phoenix, AZ | Ak-Chin Pavilion Fri May 26 | Dallas, TX | Dos Equis Pavilion Sun May 28 | Atlanta, GA | Lakewood Amphitheatre Tue May 30 | Charlotte, NC | PNC Music Pavilion Thu Jun 01 | Raleigh, NC | Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Sat Jun 03 | Bristow, VA | Jiffy Lube Live Mon Jun 05 | Burgettstown, PA | The Pavilion at Star Lake Wed Jun 07 | St. Louis, MO | Hollywood Casino Amphitheater Fri Jun 09 | Chicago, IL | Wrigley Field Sat Jun 10 | Chicago, IL | Wrigley Field Tue Jun 13 | Cincinnati, OH | Riverbend Music Center Thu Jun 15 | Philadelphia, PA | Citizen’s Bank Park Sat Jun 17 | Saratoga Springs, NY | Saratoga Performing Arts Center Sun Jun 18 | Saratoga Springs, NY | Saratoga Performing Arts Center Wed Jun 21 | New York, NY | Citi Field Thu Jun 22 | New York, NY | Citi Field Sun Jun 25 | Boston, MA | Fenway Park Tue Jun 27 | Noblesville, IN | Ruoff Music Center Sat Jul 01 | Boulder, CO | Folsom Field Sun Jul 02 | Boulder, CO | Folsom Field Mon Jul 03 | Boulder, CO | Folsom Field Fri Jul 07 | George, WA | The Gorge Sat Jul 08 | George, WA | The Gorge Fri Jul 14 |San Francisco, CA | Oracle Park Sat Jul 15 | San Francisco, CA | Oracle Park

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The Grateful Dead is back for the highly anticipated annual event “Meet-Up At The Movies” screening in select territories worldwide on June 22 and 24.  Presented by Trafalgar Releasing and Rhino Entertainment, this year’s event is the Dead’s first-ever concert at Chicago’s Soldier Field on June 22, 1991, from the original six-camera stadium video feed with pristine soundboard audio. Featuring the Dead’s Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, and with Bruce Hornsby and Vince Welnick on keys, the Soldier Field show was filled with fan favorites, including “Shakedown Street,” “Brown-Eyed Women,” “Playing In The Band,” “Terrapin Station,” “Dark Star,” and more. This year’s event will also feature bonus content including the Good Ol’ Grateful Deadcast Presents: Here Comes Sunshine 1973 and an introduction from Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux. View the event trailer HERE .

Tickets for “2023 Meet-Up At The Movies” go on sale on Thursday, May 11 at www.MeetUpAtTheMovies.com .

A year after Brent Mydland's passing, the Grateful Dead returned to the summer stadium circuit, with two keyboard players filling the seat Brent left vacant. Bruce Hornsby and Vince Welnick's presence and musical contributions reinvigorated the revitalized the Grateful Dead, and the inspiration of the Dead's playing was palpable. On a Saturday night in front of 60,000 fans, the Dead played what is often considered one of the greatest shows of the Bruce-Vince era, up there with the second Giants Stadium show from a few days earlier.

“We are thrilled to partner with Rhino once again to bring the Grateful Dead ‘Meet-Up’ to movie theaters all around the world,” said Kymberli Frueh, SVP for Programming and Content Acquisitions for Trafalgar Releasing. “This is one of our most requested events and we are pleased to keep bringing Deadheads together in local cinemas year after year.”

ABOUT TRAFALGAR RELEASING :     

Trafalgar Releasing, the global leader in event cinema distribution, harnesses the power of cinema to bring fans together in more than 13,000 locations in 132 countries worldwide. A subsidiary of Trafalgar Entertainment, Trafalgar Releasing’s worldwide operations include production, acquisition, marketing, and distribution of live or pre-recorded content to cinemas led by an international team of specialists. Featuring live concerts, music documentaries, world-class opera, award-winning theatre, and more from leading names in entertainment such as BTS, Metallica, Oasis, Coldplay, Billie Eilish, George Michael, Twenty One Pilots, the Royal Opera House and others, Trafalgar Releasing has repeatedly shattered event cinema box office records, most recently with BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas which grossed more than $53M at the global box office. Information about Trafalgar Releasing can be found at trafalgar-releasing.com .

ABOUT RHINO ENTERTAINMENT :

Rhino is the catalogue development and marketing division of Warner Music Group. Founded in 1978, Rhino continues to set the standard for excellence in the reissue business it pioneered in both the physical and digital worlds with an emphasis on flawless sound quality, bonus tracks, informative liner notes, award-winning creative packaging, and a strong social conscience. Rhino has also expanded the definition of what a catalogue music company is, as evidenced by the label’s name and likeness representation deal with Frank Sinatra and its multi-faceted relationship with the Grateful Dead. The catalogue of more than 5,000 releases includes material by Led Zeppelin, Eagles, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin, The Doors, Chicago, Ray Charles, Black Sabbath, John Coltrane, Yes, Phil Collins, The Ramones, and The Monkees, among many others.

We're combining the Boulder Theater Grateful Dead Meet-Up At The Movies screenings on June 22 and June 24 into one big party on Saturday, June 24, 2023!

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Dead & Company Announce 2022 Summer Tour

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Dead & Company have announced a 2022 summer tour. The jam band—featuring members of the Grateful Dead and John Mayer —will kick things off on June 11 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. They’ll stop off in Boulder, Cincinnati, Chicago, Philadelphia, and more before wrapping up in New York on July 16. The upcoming trek marks Dead & Company’s seventh tour since the band formed back in 2015. Find Dead & Company’s full schedule below.

Read Pitchfork’s feature “ The Grateful Dead: A Guide to Their Essential Live Songs ,” as well as the Sunday Review of John Mayer’s Room for Squares .

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06-11 Los Angeles, CA - Dodger Stadium 06-13 Mountain View, CA - Shoreline Amphitheatre 06-14 Mountain View, CA - Shoreline Amphitheatre 06-17 Boulder, CO - Folsom Field 06-18 Boulder, CO - Folsom Field 06-21 Maryland Heights, MO - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 06-22 Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Music Center 06-24 Chicago, IL - Wrigley Field 06-25 Chicago, IL - Wrigley Field 06-28 Noblesville, IN - Ruoff Music Center 06-29 Clarkston, MI - Pine Knob Music Theatre 07-01 Bethel, NY - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 07-02 Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium 07-05 Hartford, CT - The Xfinity Theatre 07-06 Saratoga Springs, NY - SPAC 07-08 Bristow, VA - Jiffy Lube Live 07-10 Philadelphia, PA - Citizens Bank Park 07-12 Burgettstown, PA - The Pavilion at Star Lake 07-15 Queens, NY - Citi Field 07-16 Queens, NY - Citi Field

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