Dead and Company Tour 2019— the transgenerational super group that rose from the ashes of the Grateful Dead — are launching a new string of tour dates in 2019, and this website can help you find amazing tickets for any one of them! The stadium-packing jam rockers have had so much fun touring North America together the last few years that they’re doing it again this summer for what’s sure to be the funnest tour of the summer — and definitely your best chance to hear songs like “Box of Rain,” “Dark Star,” and “Truckin'” live.
So don’t miss your chance to see classic Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann alongside young guns John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti. Check the schedule below to learn more about upcoming shows, and get your Dead and Company 2019 Tickets as soon as you can!
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Deadheads rejoice! The Grateful Dead have been reborn as Dead & Company, delivering all the groovy vibes and extended jams fans know and love. Longtime Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart are joined by superstar singer/songwriter and accomplished blues guitarist John Mayer as they blend rock, folk, funk, jazz, and psychedelia to blow fans’ minds with epic aural bliss. With their spacey instrumental interplay and awe-inspiring solos, the group organically weaves their way through audience favorites like “Truckin'”, “Casey Jones”, and “Fire on the Mountain”. The long, strange trip is back on the road — Dead & Company are bringing their positive energy and uncanny musical genius to ticket buyers everywhere.
The Grateful Dead were instrumental to the ’60s psychedelic sound and hippie culture. Jerry Garcia (guitar/vocals), Bob Weir (guitar/vocals), Phil Lesh (bass/vocals), Bill Kreutzmann (drums), and Ron McKernan (keyboards/vocals) got things rolling in 1965. Excluding McKernan and Garcia, who died in 1973 and 1995 respectively, the core lineup has remained virtually unchanged sinc then. Many other musicians have helped shape the band’s sound as well, especially second drummer Mickey Hart, who joined the Dead in 1967. The band toured excessively throughout the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s, famously playing sets that exceeded the three-hour mark. After Garcia’s death the group soldiered on, continuing to build their legacy through fearless sonic exploration. It was not until their 50th anniversary in 2015 that the Grateful Dead decided to retire their name. Fortunately for fans, their retirement was short-lived as pop singer/songwriter and blues guitarist extraordinaire John Mayer brought Weir, Hart, and Kreutzmann back out for more legendary jam sessions. Dead & Company continues in the Dead’s spontaneous and inventive musical tradition — just the way Deadheads like it.