Bob Weir and John Mayer’s “Dead & Company” doesn’t take a lot of days off, so it’s no surprise that Mayer and the surviving members of the Grateful Dead are going back on tour in 2019. Kicking things off on May 31st with two dates at Mountain View, CA, Dead & Co. will make stops at Dallas, New York, Los Angeles’ historic Hollywood Bowl, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and more, until the tour ends in early July with two shows at Boulder, CO’s Folsom Field.
Don’t miss out, tickets for the tour go on sale via LiveNation.com on Saturday, December 8th.
Less than a month removed from 2016, we have compiled our list of our favorite concert tours from the past year, before we drop our list of our “Most Anticipated Tours of 2017”. And from huge grossing tours like Beyonce’s Formation Tour, Drake & Future’s record breaking Summer Sixteen Tour and of course Kanye’s Saint Pablo Tour, to some of the more (but equally entertaining) B-side tours, 2016 was a great year for live music.
Hit the jump and check out our list of our 10 Favorite Concert Tours of 2016!
This month we wrapped up our second straight year at Bonnaroo, teaming up with our friends at Pigeons And Planes to cover The Farm’s 15th Anniversary. And while we already shared some of our favorite moments live from the premiere Tennessee festival, we wanted to share more photos of some of our favorite performances this year. With memorable sets from Pearl Jam, LCD Soundsystem, Dead & Company, Ellie Goulding, J. Cole, Haim, Anderson East, Post Malone and St. Lucia, just to name a few, this was certainly a Bonnaroo to remember.
Check out our first Bonnaroo Photo Series of 2016, of Dead & Company’s headlining performance.
Following their anticipated headlining performances at Bonnaroo this year, John Mayer and the Grateful Dead’s supergroup “Dead & Company” will be hitting the road on a 2016 summer tour. Kicking off their tour June 10th in Charlotte, North Carolina, the guys will hit stops in Cincinnati, Detroit, Colorado , and even two dates at Wisconsin’s Alpine Valley, before the tour concludes at the historic Fenway Park on July 15th and 16th.
Dead & Company, which features John Mayer and Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bob Kreutzmann not only all know how to rock out in their own right, but together they make for a rock supergroup that fans will not want to miss out on. Tickets go on sale for the general public on February 13th at 10 AM, with a pre-sale scheduled to begin at 10 AM on February 12th. Check out DeadAndCompany.com for more information.
Check out the tour dates for Dead & Company’s summer tour below.