Join us on a trip through Grateful Dead space and time in which we re-imagine ten of the Dead's most Epic Shows! As members of our ever faithful community, we're offering you the opportunity to help craft the Grateful Dead Game, The Epic Tour.In the Game World, each Epic Show is a Planet in Space. Players are on an adventure trying to get to every show of the tour. The community faces a common challenge: a tug-of-war between The Dark and Light.
One of the most apparent struggles for the “core four” surviving members of the late Grateful Dead is how to follow up a musical career without going about continuing the music of their previous band. And as we all know, calling Grateful Dead a “band” is simply a misstatement. It was a way of life.
Phil Lesh and Friends will be playing three shows at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, CO February 16, 17 and 18, 2012! The band features Phil, John Scofield, Warren Haynes, Jackie Greene and Joe Russo.Mail order starts Saturday, November 26 through GDTS and internet pre-sale starts Monday, November 28 at noon EST through Thursday, December 1 at 6 PM EST. Public onsale Friday, December 2 at 10 AM MST.
How many successful Grateful Dead tribute projects have graced the music scene since the death of Mr. Jerry Garcia and the disbandment of the original 30-year “long strange trip”? Too many to bother keeping track of. The religious obsession that has continued to develop and flourish is due to an enormous number of factors. First and foremost, we weren’t done listening.
Dead.net is on a mission to make a miracle every day. As a token of their appreciation for making 2011 an epic year, we're giving away a high-quality 320Kbps MP3 download every day this month. That's 30 days of unreleased Grateful Dead tracks from the vault, selected by tape archivist David Lemieux! Intrigued?
Run for the Roses takes place on Saturday, December 3rd at The Fillmore in San Francisco. We look forward to a very special evening celebrating the music of Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter and the Jerry Garcia Band, featuring stellar musicians playing in an intimate cabaret style setting.
Dead Letters is the fully authorized portrayal of the Grateful Dead according to the world’s most devoted fan base: Deadheads. Beginning in their earliest days, the Grateful Dead saved tens of thousands of letters sent to them by Deadheads reflecting on the spectacular concerts they’d attended and requesting tickets.