Dead & Company Tickets

Meet the members of Dead & Company! a remarkable accomplishment of sound made by members of The Grateful Dead combined with the incredible talent of guitar legend John Mayer! Experience the thrill of seeing Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir, and John Mayer are back at it again. Together, they will be shaking things up at many amazing venues this summer. You can expect to hear some of your favorite Dead hits performed along with new and epic jam sessions. Start your summer off right by attend the kick off concert scheduled to take place at Bonnaroo. Check back often and secure your seats to a Dead & Company show near you!
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Dead & Company Tour

If you don’t believe in time travel, you should think about getting tickets to see Dead & Company on the band’s current U.S. tour. Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann from the Grateful Dead have joined forces with John Mayer to bring the incredible sound of the Dead back to life, thrilling older and younger fans with covers of classics like “Casey Jones” and “Uncle John’s Band.” Set lists change from night to night, making each performance a unique and exciting event. On July 7, Dead & Company will arrive in Michigan for a one-night stand at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkson, and tickets for that event start as low as $31.
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John Mayer recently opened up about his time with Dead & Company, saying that it’s like nothing he’s ever done before. Mayer has been a devoted Dead Head since 2011, but working with some of the remaining members of the band has taken his appreciation to a whole new level. Mayer says working with Bob Weir and the rest of the gang has made him even more of a fan, because he gets to see inside the head of some of his favorite musicians. You can catch this eclectic and talented group of rockers when they visit a venue near you this summer. Tickets to the opening show on June 10 are $59 and up.

Deadheads, music fans and critics alike will be happy to hear that Dead & Company is back on the road come this summer! After finishing their first Grateful Dead reincarnation tour late last year, the lure of the road will only let these musicians take a break for so long. John Mayer has been really open about his experiences playing on stage with his music idols, calling his first experience jamming with Bob Weir and Bill Kreutzmann “magic.” The second journey starts on Friday, June 10, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Tickets should be purchased now to avoid missing your chance to see them in person. Prices start at just $60.

When members of the Grateful Dead announced they’d be starting a reincarnation of the band with John Mayer at the helm, many were skeptical of the idea. Now, just a few months later, they’ve managed to silence the naysayers with rave reviews from critics and have left fans anxiously awaiting what’s next. With just a couple of shows left on their first tour, chances are running out for you to catch Dead & Company this time around. They’ll be in San Francisco, California on Dec. 27 and 28 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and in Inglewood, California, on Dec. 30 and 31 at The Forum. We have tickets available for purchase today!

12/8/15 - There are just a few chances left to catch John Mayer and the rest of hybrid band Dead & Company live! If you live in or will be in San Francisco or Los Angeles at the end of this month, you simply cannot let the opportunity pass you by. They’ll be at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on December 27 and 28. Then, they’ll finish their groundbreaking tour at The Forum in Inglewood, CA on December 30 and 31. There’s hardly any better way to close out 2015, so get your tickets now! Tickets for the show on December 27 currently start at prices as low as $118.

12/1/15 - It seems their recreational tour of Colorado did not impact John Mayer and the rest of Dead & Company in the slightest. In fact, they sounded better than ever at 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, CO last week. Mayer sang beautifully to a combination of the hits “Candyman” and “Bertha” as well as “Slipknot!” and “Franklin’s Tower.” The band closed with “Good Lovin’” before returning to the stage to perform an encore with “Touch of Grey.” Catch Mayer and the rest of the crew live at Bill Graham Civic Amphitheater in San Francisco, CA on December 27 and 28. Tickets to the first show currently start as low as $114.

11/24/15 - John Mayer and the rest of hybrid jam band Dead & Company are currently on tour in Colorado. They appear to be enjoying more than just the state’s beautiful weather and scenery, however. Mayer posted a photo to his Instrgram account of himself along with some of the band members who were taking a cannabis tour of one of the state’s biggest grow houses. Mayer’s love of marijuana is hardly a secret, and he is no doubt enjoying himself in the second state to legalize the herb for recreational sales. Catch Dead & Company in Broomfield, CO on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Tickets to the second show start at 72.

11/17/15 - The Grateful Dead reincarnation band Dead & Company may not have happened if it weren’t for a late night television show! John Mayer met guitarist Bob Weir when the latter was invited to perform on The Late Late Show that Mayer just happened to be guest-hosting. The duo ended up jamming together during sound check, and they were having such a good time that they actually had to be unplugged. “One thing led to another and now we have a band,” said Weir. Dead & Company has been on tour for a couple weeks now, but there are plenty of shows left in the schedule. Get tickets for Saturday’s show (Nov. 21) in Minneapolis for $118.

11/10/15 - The folks in Columbus, Ohio, probably never thought they’d hear Grateful Dead tunes performed live ever again. That fate changed, however, as the tribute band Dead & Company filled the Nationwide Arena with the tunes of the infamous jam band last week. Reviewers were skeptical of John Mayer’s abilities to fill in for the late Jerry Garcia, but he passed the test with flying colors. Original band members make up the majority of the band, which is perhaps why Dead & Company sounds so good. The tour continues for Mayer, Bob Weir and the rest of the band with shows this week in Atlanta, Nashville, St. Louis and Minneapolis. Tickets for all shows are on sale and should be purchased soon in order to secure seats.

11/3/15 - Last weekend, Madison Square Garden was alive and well thanks to the magical music from Dead & Company. They played two nights of Grateful Dead tunes, including “Uncle John’s Band,” “Friend of the Devil,” “Ripple,” “Bertha,” “Truckin’” and “Fire On The Mountain.” Original Dead members Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart and Bob Weir were happy to perform with John Mayer, who had big shoes to fill. He stood in for the late Jerry Garcia. The tour continues this week for fans in the Washington DC area. Dead & Company will be at the Verizon Center on Nov. 6 before heading to Worcester, Maryland to perform at the DCU Center on Nov. 10. Ticket prices start at $136 and $99, respectively.

10/27/15 - The members of Dead & Company have decided to donate some signed merchandise to be auctioned as a part of their shows this weekend at Madison Square Garden. Six charities will be benefitted by the proceeds, including Grateful Dead’s Rex Foundation, which supports the arts and a healthy environment. The other organizations are Love Hope Strength, HeadCount, Reverb, Multidisciplinary Associations for Psychedelic Studies and Mom’s Clean Air Force. If you are attending a Dead & Company show this weekend (Oct. 31 and Nov. 1) in New York and feel like supporting a good cause, stop by sections 108-118 of MSG to be entered to win prizes such as a signed tour poster.

10/20/15 - When “Fare Thee Well” happened this summer, most knew it was destined to be something special. The Grateful Dead camp is honoring that by working on getting the recordings and video footage of the Soldier Field event ready to be released to the public. While that will happen on Nov. 20, the Core Four members are also working on getting ready to take Dead & Company on the road beginning next Friday (Oct. 29). Those who wish to celebrate Halloween and Day of the Dead appropriately will join other Deadheads at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, Oct. 31 or Sunday, Nov. 1. Tickets are on sale now for $81 and $45, respectively.

10/15/15 - John Mayer is an unlikely hero this week after coming to the rescue to defend the Grateful Dead. The band has received much criticism after announcing their upcoming tour under the moniker Dead & Company with singer and guitarist John Mayer. Some fans are upset because their most recent string of performances was dubbed the Fare Thee Well tour, which forced some hopeful concertgoers to spend thousands to gain admittance. Now that many members of the Dead are heading back out on tour, some people feel deceived. John Mayer has tried to reassure the public, saying he doesn’t know a single Deadhead who “paid to see these guys finish this.”

10/6/15 - The excitement that surrounds the Dead & Company tour starting at the end of October is palpable. The collaboration between John Mayer’s guitar/vocal talents and 75 percent of The Grateful Dead is going to be nothing short of epic. This week they announced that they will be adding a third concert to be held at Madison Square Garden. To top it off, the band is going to be giving away 5,000 free tickets to some very lucky individuals for that particular performance. The tour is going to be kicked off in Albany, New York where tickets are still available to purchase. Don’t miss your chance to see this once in a lifetime concert.

9/22/15 - If you have ever wanted to see singer and guitarist John Mayer take the stage with the living legends of the Grateful Dead, you’re about to get your chance. The newly formed Dead & Company, with Mayer being the company, will head out on tour at the end of next month. Although their first show in Albany, NY, at the Times Union Center, is still over a month away, Mayer and the rest of the crew are already hard at work practicing. In fact, Mayer has been posting bits and pieces from some of their practice sessions on his Instagram account. He most recently shared footage of the band jamming out to “Tennessee Jed.” Tickets to the opening show in Albany currently start at $40.

9/8/15 - Everybody knows that the music of the Grateful Dead has no expiration date, but some of the members are really keeping the music alive by taking part in a new project called Dead & Company. The band includes both former Dead members and new faces and has recently announced additional dates to their first tour. What originally started as a concert for Halloween quickly gained traction and now there are ten total scheduled shows. Stops will be made in major US cities including New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia and California and Massachusetts. Get your tickets today for any of the upcoming shows! On Friday, Nov. 6, Dead & Company will make a stop at the Verizon Center in our nation’s capital. Tickets are for sale now!

8/31/15 - Have you heard the news? After the Grateful Dead finished off their huge reunion series of shows in Chicago last July, they had a big announcement for fans. Despite calling the Chicago shows their farewell tour, it seems the Dead aren’t quite ready to be buried just yet. In fact, some of the band members will be taking part in a new project and band called Dead & Company. The latest incarnation of the band will also include iconic guitarist and singer John Mayer. This is sure to be a collaboration of epic proportions, so don’t miss your chance to see it all live. The first show will kick off on Thursday, October 29 at Times Union Center in Albany, NY. Tickets currently start at $64.
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