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GD 50 | Soldier Field | Review & Photos

Submitted by Charles Sokoloff on Wed, 07/08/2015 - 10:24 am

It dawned on me half a year before I boarded a plane to Chicago for the final three Dead shows. The King Sooper’s (Western Union) teller laughed when I told him why I needed seven money orders to purchase, potentially, just three tickets. “So there are different price points for various seating levels.

Grateful Dead Break Soldier Field Ticket Sales Record Each Night

Submitted by press on Mon, 07/06/2015 - 5:57 pm

After 20 years since their last performance at Soldier Field, the Grateful Dead performed to record crowds each of their three nights. Last night's final show will live long in the memories of those that saw the show and in the history books of Soldier Field. Soldier Field's previous ticket sales record was set by U2 at the iconic stadium in 2009 during their 360 Tour. The Grateful Dead's first performance on July 3rd had 70,764 tickets purchased. Their second performance on the 4th of July had 70,844 and their last on July 5th had 71,000.

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Fare Thee Well Generates over $750,000 for Grateful Dead-Related Charities

Submitted by HeadCount on Mon, 07/06/2015 - 5:55 pm

A one-of-a-kind Fare Thee Well commemorative guitar was auctioned for $526,000 during intermission of the Grateful Dead's July 5th concert in Chicago, benefiting 17 charities tied to the band. The D'Angelico EX-DC guitar was played on stage by the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir on June 28th, and was signed by the four living original members of the group and the three guest performers.

It was purchased by Bill Rathburn of Dallas, TX.

The funds will be split among the charities, with each organization receiving approximately $30,000 from the guitar alone.

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Grateful Dead Open Source Business Model One of the Most Successful

Submitted by Smith Publicity on Thu, 07/02/2015 - 4:38 pm

Yes, I am a fan of the Grateful Dead. There was a period of time when they occupied an important part of my life when I was traveling to see many shows with friends and immersed in the Dead community.  While I didn’t care much for some of the personal grooming habits, appearances, or recreational habits of some hard cored Deadheads, I did love their sense of adventure, warm personalities, and iconoclastic lifestyles. The music united us all regardless of our backgrounds or appearances.

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Milford Drive-In will Stream GD 50 this Sunday!

Submitted by press on Wed, 07/01/2015 - 2:31 pm

The Grateful Dead will play their last concert ever and we will broadcast this event with a live simulcast of the concert from Soldier Field in Chicago. The box office will open at 4:00 pm  The simulcast concert from Chicago will start at approximately 8:30PM. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $15.00 each and for $20.00 each at the event (if available). No grills, coolers, or alcohol may be brought onto the premises.

Each person in a vehicle must have their own ticket.  Each vehicle must have a minimum of 2 people.