Dead on the Creek at Black Oak Ranch | August 16th-18th, 2024

Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Thursday, January 11, 2024

Step into a world where music and history intertwine at the legendary Black Oak Ranch, affectionately known as the Hog Farm and the home of the iconic Wavy Gravy since the epoch of Woodstock. This cherished site, which in the early 90s echoed with the strums of Jerry Garcia and later celebrated the famed Pignic, has been the proud host of the renowned Kate Wolf Festival for over two decades.

This year marks a special event and return to Dead on the Creek after a few years on hiatus.  Dead on the Creek festival makes its grand debut at the Ranch, continuing its legacy as an intimate musical gathering. Limited to just 500 lucky ticket holders, the event promises an up-close and personal experience with every performance. Imagine being so close to the stage that you can feel the passion of the musicians, all while enjoying minimal waits for amenities.

But that's not all. Your ticket isn't just a pass to musical bliss; it's an invitation to join a family feast. Included in the price are family-style meals, fostering a sense of community and togetherness that is the heart and soul of Dead on the Creek.

The musical lineup is a heartfelt tribute to the legendary Jerry Garcia. Relive the magic through performances inspired by his collaborations, including the David Grisman sessions, Old & in the Way, the Jerry Garcia Band, and of course, the timeless tunes of the Grateful Dead.

Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a unique musical and historical experience. For more information and to secure your spot in this limited gathering, please visit

Join us at Dead on the Creek, where music, history, and community come alive under the canopy of the Black Oak Ranch.