Widespread Panic

Mickey Hart | Fox Theater | Boulder, CO | 12/9/2011

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.

Hangout Announces Late-Night and Schedule

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Summer Camp Festival adds Widespread Panic

Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment and Jam Productions, Ltd. are very excited to announce that Widespread Panic is coming to the Summer Camp 2011 Music Festival!  Other additions to the line-up include:

Mile High Music Festival Announces Single Day Tickets for a Limited Time

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All Good Festival Adds Four More Bands

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Wanee 2010 Festival Photos

The Grateful Web just returned from the 2010 Wanee Music Festival down in Live Oak, Florida.  Gina Proulx covered the festival on behalf of the Grateful Web and Gina just started adding some photos from the festival to Grateful Web's

10KLF: Wednesday

For years, my friends have been telling me of a magical place: a music festival at a permanent facility with shaded campgrounds, flushing toilets, manageably small but big enough to rope in major talent, populated with friendly people.  This year, I finally made it out to this legendary event as a correspondent for GratefulWeb.com, and am happy to report that the rumors are true.  10,000 Lakes Music Festival r

Chilling at 10KLF 2009 Day 1

The seventh annual 10,000 Lakes Festival opened yesterday to a large crowd that seemed small. This was partly due to the fact that the Main Stage had two acts running against the Saloon Stage (called the Vitamin Water Syn Saloon Stage this year). The Field Stage and Barn Stages were dark until 11:30 pm. This meant that the focus of last night’s audience was on the Main Stage acts: Gomez and Widespread Panic. Unfortunately, this drew some of the crowd away from the acts up the hill at the Saloon.

Mile High Music Fest Gets Bigger By Getting Smaller

Borrowing a thought from another Grateful Web writer, I’d say that you can tell a lot about a festival by how it handles its second year.  No festival is ever perfect, and the first year is definitely the experimental year.  In the second year, you get to see how the festival responds to the demands placed upon it by its patrons.  Do things get better or worse, smoother or more of a hassle?  Last weekend, July 18th and 19th, I boogied on down to the second annual Mile High Music Festival just outside Denver, Colorado.  Having rocked