Grateful Dead

May 8th, 1977 Listening Party in Boulder

The most celebrated Grateful Dead show in history is finally getting its official release! The forces aligned for the Dead on May 8, 1977, at Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; for what many hail the pinnacle performance of their 30-year career.

Local Dead Cornell '77 Release Parties

Head on out to your local record store this weekend to hear every note from CORNELL 5/8/77. There will also be grateful giveaways including Cornell prints, composition notebooks, tape-reel patches, and double-headed stealie stickers, while supplies last. Check with your retailer for full details including exact dates and times.

DSO to honor The Dead's Historic Spring '77

Continuing the Grateful Dead concert experience in its 20th year, Dark Star Orchestra today announces special plans for The 40th Anniversary Shows as a celebration of the Dead’s infamous May 1977 tour.

Mydland/Nevins Duo | Nevada City, CA

In the cozy confines of the Crazy Horse Saloon in Nevada City, CA, on April 29, Shakey Zimmerman turned lots of heads with their powerful, compelling takes on venerable Bob Dylan and Neil Young material.

May 7 & 8 Grateful Gatherings

There's a common thread here, we promise! Deadheads across the good ol' U.S. of A. will be gathering next week to celebrate Cornell. Headed to JazzFest?

Fenway Park Offer for Dead & Company

Thanks to the Boston Red Sox and all of you who came out to Rex and cheer the team at  The Grateful Dead Night at Fenway Park! Thanks also to the Red Sox for a nice additional donation!

A great start to the Dead's Spring 1977

I was at this show, and it still remains the favorite of the 70 shows I saw between 1973 -1995. Was only the second night of the tour, general admission, on a rainy cool day. Civic Center was way smaller than most of the other Northeastern 'hockey rink' venues, so it always felt more intimate and with better sound. I attended the show with at least 10 of my friends, we grabbed a bunch of seats just off the floor, not too far back on the side.

"Long Strange Trip" @ Film on the Rocks

The four-hour Grateful Dead documentary “Long Strange Trip,” will be part of this year's Film on the Rocks. You can catch the movie on May 25th.  General admission tickets are $15 and go on sale April 21 via denverfilm.org.

Shakedown Street on The Hill in Boulder

In celebration of the Dead & Company shows at Folsom Field on Friday, June 9th and Saturday, June 10th, we are thrilled to announce the inaugural Shakedown Street on the Hill! This FREE outdoor street fair will be held on Saturday, June 10th on University Hill along 13th Street and College Avenue! This Pre-Dead & Company street festival features live music, vendors plus a craft beer and spirits garden (21+).

Grateful Dead Movie this Thursday night

Come one, come all! We're celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Grateful Dead Movie this Thursday night. Round up your favorite Grateful guys and gals and mosey on over to your local theater at 7pm. We'll be kicking things off with an exclusive look at footage from the upcoming Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip, and rounding out the pre-show sneak peeks with a never-before-seen mini-documentary about the band's legendary May 8, 1977 show at Cornell University.

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