The Dead Will Rise on Tour!
The Grateful Dead recently celebrated their 50th anniversary with five incredible farewell concerts in Chicago and San Francisco, but if you thought that was really the end of America's favorite jam band, then you really don't know the Dead. In fact, iconic members Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, and Bob Weir have big plans for their new semi-tribute act Dead and Company: they're tapping big-name musicians John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti to round out their lineup, and they're coming to Detroit's Little Caesars Arena on Friday, November 24th, 2017! Best of all, because tickets for this upcoming Dead and Company Detroit show are on sale now, you won't have to miss what could easily be the most exciting jam show of the year. This really is the best of both worlds, as the legendary musicians who created a genre share the stage with some of their most talented acolytes. Check out the tour information below to learn more about the show, and get your Dead and Company Detroit Tickets from BigStub!
Without the Grateful Dead, there would be no Dead and Company. Founded in the Bay Area in 1965 around frontman and major songwriter Jerry Garcia, the Grateful Dead went through a myriad permutations over the next 50 years, finally signing off for good following a spate of five farewell concerts.
But not all of the band's legendary members were ready to call it quits for good, which is why guitarist Bob Weir and drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart have reconvened as Dead and Company, with a bevy of talented younger musicians rounding out the roster. It's not an overstatement to say that the band's upcoming Detroit show is a must-see for real Grateful Dead fans.
Lucky for you, BigStub is your one-stop shop for their show at the Little Caesars Arena. Check out the info below to learn more about great tix at every price level, and lock down your Dead and Company Detroit Tickets today!