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Members of the Grateful Dead and John Mayer are giving away 10,000 free tickets to a concert next month.
The veteran band and Mayer, who joined forces for the supergroup Dead & Company this summer, announced Monday that 5,000 fans will have a chance to win two tickets each to their Nov. 7 show in New York City.
The group has partnered with American Express for its music series, “American Express Unstaged,” for the sweepstakes. Film director Brett Ratner will direct the concert’s livestream from Madison Square Garden.
“People who want to hear the music get to hear it for free and we get to promote our music and share it with people,” Bob Weir said in an interview with The Associated Press on Saturday.
Fans can enter to win tickets Monday through Thursday on Dead & Company’s website. No tickets for the show will go on sale.
Grateful Dead’s Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann are part of Dead & Company with Mayer; Phil Lesh is not involved.
They group is performing a string of U.S. dates on a fall tour, which kicks off Oct. 29 in Albany, New York.
“We’re about halfway in and rehearsals are going well, if I may say,” Weir said. “We’ve been through 45 or 50 tunes and I’m not going to tell you that we have them entirely locked down, but we have a good handle on them.”
The band is encouraging fans who attend the show or watch the livestream to donate to the Robin Hood Foundation, an organization fighting poverty in New York City.
The Grateful Dead is closing the lid on its storied half-century of concerts this weekend in Chicago, where a museum has captured the band’s prankster heart by displaying its artifacts, skeletons-and-roses iconography included, in the shadow of a world-famous dinosaur.
Soldier Field, which was the last place legendary guitarist Jerry Garcia played with the band before his death in 1995, is hosting the final three shows of the short “Fare Thee Well” tour in what the remaining core members – rhythm guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh and percussionists Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann – say will be the last.
The lakefront stadium, just south of the Field Museum and the bones of Sue the Tyrannosaurus rex, will be a sea of tie-dyed shirts, and the sounds of bootleg concert tapes will fill the air in the parking lots. Certainly, there’ll be young people who never saw Garcia play among the tens of thousands of fans, but they’ll likely be outnumbered Deadheads who display more than a touch of grey.
Many of those who followed the band around decades ago – and can recite the exact number of shows they’ve seen as easily as they can their Social Security numbers – have become lawyers, accountants and, in at least one case, a member of the U.S. Senate.
“Yes, my wife and I are coming for the Saturday and Sunday shows,” said former comedian and avowed Deadhead Al Franken, who now represents Minnesota in Washington. “To me they represent a big part of my life, they are a touchstone for a long time and they still are.”
The Democrat began seeing the Dead about the time he was getting out of college in the early 1970s, and later became friends with Garcia and other members of the band when they appeared on “Saturday Night Live,” on which Franken was a cast member.
“I still listen to them pretty much every chance I get,” he said.
That so many older fans are coming in may help explain why the city heard few complaints after it nixed the idea of overnight camping sites near Soldier Field.
“I would not even have a car back in my San Francisco State days (and) I would find people to hitch rides with and find homes to sleep on the couch or on the floor,” said Rick Wolfish, a 59-year-old partner in a large accounting firm in Burlington, Vermont. “This trip I’m flying to a concert and staying at a Hilton hotel five blocks from Soldier Field.”
Deadheads are shelling out for one more Saturday night – from $100 Dead-themed dinosaur posters at the Field Museum created and signed by longtime Dead artist Stanley Mouse to pricey hotels. Hotel bookings are up more than 120 percent from last year’s July Fourth weekend, and the rates are 77 percent higher on average, according to travel booking website Orbitz.
The centerpiece of the Field Museum’s exhibit is Garcia’s favorite guitar, “Tiger.” On Tuesday, fans wore the same look of wonder on their faces as one sees in the people looking at the skull of Sue.
“This is history,” said Rebecca Ostrega, a 49-year-old Deadhead who brought her 10-year-old son. They both wore tie-dyed Dead shirts she bought at the museum and she had purchased several of the Mouse posters.
Tickets for the main attraction – where Trey Anastasio of Phish will tackle Garcia’s guitar parts alongside keyboardists Bruce Hornsby and Jeff Chimenti – were no higher than $199 at face value, both through the old-style mail order system or Ticketmaster. For those seeking to get into the sold-out shows, tickets on the secondary market StubHub ranged from $295 to $5,000 for one night, with an average price of about $600. Wolfish paid $200 total for three nights behind the stage – a “miracle,” he said.
No matter the price, fans say it’s worth the chance to reconnect with both an important band and the family-like community.
“More than anything this is going to be a celebration of the whole Grateful Dead thing, the camaraderie, the outlook of life,” said Bill Stanley, who is a director of the Gantz Family Collections Center at the Field Museum.
He’s attended more than 100 shows, including Garcia’s last one. He not only recalls those “magical” experiences, but the loneliness he felt when he was in the mountains of Tanzania in August 1995 and received an airgram from his girlfriend that read, “I hope you are sitting down. We lost Jerry.”
“Everybody here was able to call the person who turned them onto the Dead (but) I had no one to reach out to,” he said.
According to sources, a trek with the Grammy-winning singer and guitarist is being planned for the fall.
The Grateful Dead reunion shows, five in total scheduled for June 27 and 28 in Santa Clara, Calif. and July 4-6 in Chicago, look to have a potential haul of $50 million just in ticket sales, according to Billboard’s estimates, and could have sold six million more seats, judging by demand. The staggering payday naturally leads to an even bigger question: will the “Core Four” surviving members of the Dead –Bob Weir, 67; Phil Lesh, 75; Mickey Hart, 71; and Bill Kreutzmann, 68 — take the show on the road, or will the Fare Thee Well concerts truly bid farewell?
Speaking to multiple sources, Billboard has learned that a fall tour featuring John Mayer is in the works. According to insiders, the trek is due to kick off in October, with the Grammy-winning singer and guitarist having already begun to jam in a rehearsal-like setting with select members of the group, chief among them Weir. Observers say he’s ecstatic about the prospect. A rep for the band tells Billboard that it’s “premature” to suggest any such outing is being planned.
Certainly, the 37-year-old Mayer would have his work cut out for him. The Dead’s arsenal contains hundreds of songs and many more free-form solos, led traditionally by guitarist Jerry Garcia, who died in 1995. It’s also unclear how Deadheads, the most devoted of the band’s fans, would react to the lineup. Sniffs one insider: “It sounds like Ratdog, the sequel,” referring to Weir’s longtime side-project.
For their part, the core four insist that Chicago, which marks the 20th anniversary of the band’s last stand with Garcia and will feature guest turns by Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio, Jeff Chimenti (keyboards) and Bruce Hornsby (piano), will be their final bow… as the Grateful Dead.
Article by: Shirley Halperin, Billboard.com
The Fare Thee Well shows, distributed by MultiVision Media to both satellite and cable providers, will now be available virtually on any screen. The event will be hosted by CNBC reporter Steve Liesman, with special guest host NBA great and Deadhead Bill Walton. The intermission will feature taped interviews with special guests, live fan interviews and aerial shots from Soldier Field, along with a short documentary on the Grateful Dead directed by Justin Kreutzmann. Following the shows, the special will be available through video-on-demand for 45 days.
Details on how to access the broadcast can be found at Dead50.net.
Live Alliance will offer worldwide pay-per-view of the Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well concerts from Chicago’s Soldier Field (July 3-5) and Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., (June 27-28) via a high-definition online stream. A May 1-15 pre-sale for the pay-per-view will offer all five nights for $79.95.
Article originated from Billboard.com
The existing members of the Grateful Dead have announced they will perform two additional shows in Santa Clara, CA on June 27th and 28th ahead of the “Fare the Well” dates. The shows will take place at Levi’s Stadium.
The shows will feature the original four of Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann plus Trey Anastasio, Bruce Hornsby and Jeff Chiment.
Read the letter the band wrote to fans at Billboard.com.
As for tickets visit Dead50.net.
The Grateful Dead are rumored to be adding a couple more dates to their schedule this summer. The concerts could take place the weekend before the big “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead” concerts at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Sources say the surviving members of the Grateful Dead will perform at Levi’s Stadium (14 miles from where the band formed in 1965) the weekend of June 27-28. The ticket demand has been so great (500,000 tried to get tickets to Chicago) that they would like to perform a sort of homecoming show before the end.
Story originally appeared on Pollstar.com
The ‘Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia’ festival has revealed its venue, date, and partial lineup. The event, which celebrate the Grateful Dead front man, will be held at Merriweather Pavilion in MD on May 14th.
Joining Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Bruce Hornsby, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir will be O.A.R., Eric Church, and Los Lobos. Also signed on for the event is Buddy Miller, David Grisman, Greensky Bluegrass, Jimmy Cliff, Jorma Kaukonen, moe., Railroad Earth, The Disco Biscuits, Trampled By Turtles, Widespread Panic and Yonder Mountain String Band.
Tickets go on sale March 13th
For more information go to www.DearJerryConcert.com
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