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Former members of the Grateful Dead Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann formed a group after the death of Gerry Garcia in 1995. They performed in 1998, 2000 and 2002 as The Other Ones and in 2003 changed their name to The Dead. The 2003 lineup included Jimmy Herring, Jeff Chimenti, Rob Barraco, and Joan Osborne. They opened their summer tour in June at the Bonnaroo Festival. For the first time in five years the founding four along with Jeff Chimenti and Warren Haynes are set to start touring this spring, and Razorgator is your connection to purchase tickets to see the reunited group ignite the stage.

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Grateful Dead Tickets
 
Date Event Location
Fri Jul 03 7:00 PM Grateful Dead Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
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Sat Jul 04 7:00 PM Grateful Dead Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
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Sun Jul 05 7:00 PM Grateful Dead Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
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Grateful Dead 2015 Tour

2/24/15 - As if the news of the Grateful Dead reunion shows didn’t garner enough attention by itself, the band’s website is starting a feature that they are calling the “Jam of the Week” to get fans even more amped up for the event. Essentially, the tape archivist for the band will choose one snippet to stream per week, and once the seven days are up, it’s gone for good. This week’s Jam is from a June 1973 performance at the Universal Amphitheatre in California. It is over an hour long, giving Deadheads plenty to listen to gear them up for the live shows that will take place in July. Tickets for the three-day event at Soldier Field in Chicago are for sale now, and our prices start at $597.

2/19/15 - It has recently been announced that the late Jerry Garcia, the guitar player and vocalist for the Grateful Dead, will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015. He will be honored at the event along with Robert Hunter, his collaborator on hits such as “China Cat Sunflower,” Dark Star, ”Touch of Grey,” and “Uncle John’s Band.” The two started writing lyrics together early in the band’s history, and that work has led to some of the most recognizable songs of all time, which you can hear live as the Grateful Dead reunite for one last time in early July at Soldier Field in Chicago. Tickets for this extraordinary event are proving to be hard to get, but Razorgator has them available now starting at $597.
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2/10/15 - When talking about legends in modern music, one name that is almost guaranteed to come up is Grateful Dead. They have inspired countless musicians, and won the hearts of fans young and old across the world. The news of their reunion shows has garnered an incredible amount of buzz from those in the music business, and especially from Deadheads. Alvarez, a guitar-making company, is even making a special and limited edition signature guitar to commemorate the anniversary. Each guitar will be completely unique and will feature a vintage look and custom artwork, making them a true collector’s item. The final shows will take place at Soldier Field in Chicago, where the band last played together in 1995. Ticket prices for this once in a lifetime experience start at $877.

2/5/15 - The Grateful Dead got their start in the 1960s, and gained a strong following under the counterculture that was happening at the time. Their fans, better known as Deadheads, are some of the most loyal in the industry, and that has proven true upon announcement of the group’s final performances together. Soldier’s Field in Chicago may have a capacity of 55,000 people, but not even that large of a venue is enough to satisfy the demands for tickets. The band is known for long, improvisational jam sessions in their live performances, and has been extremely influential on other musical groups, including Phish, who will lend their guitar player to the group for the event. Razorgator has tickets for the “Fare Thee Well” shows on July 3-5 for $597.

1/29/15 - Following the recent announcement that Grateful Dead would reunite for one final series of shows this year, over 60,000 fans flooded their local post offices with requests for tickets. Clearly, music fans all over the country have been shocked and delighted by the news of the reunion, and are planning their own trips to Soldier Field in Chicago, IL. The group got their start in 1965 in Palo Alto, and is known for their mixture of sounds, including rock and roll, country, reggae, blues, bluegrass and more. Following the death of founding member Jerry Garcia in 1995, the group stopped performing together, but it was announced that Trey Anastasio would take Garcia’s place for the reunion shows. Come see some classic Grateful Dead jam sessions with tickets from Razorgator for $425.

1/20/15 - Deadheads are celebrating after an announcement from Trixie Garcia, the late Jerry Garcia’s daughter. After 20 years, the band will be reuniting for three final shows, which they are calling “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead.” The four surviving original band members, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir, will take the stage at Chicago’s Soldier Field on July 3-5, 2015. The venue is also the last place the band played together nearly 20 years ago, making the event a meaningful one for the band members and fans alike. Razorgator has tickets for all three nights on sale, starting at $293 for the show on July 3. This will be the final time they will ever perform together, so don’t miss out on your chance to see such a legendary group perform live.
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