John Kadlecik

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This year's Days Between Festival will take place Aug 5-7th at the Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville California and features 2 nights of Dark Star Orchestra, Melvin Seals & JGB, Steve Kimock & Friends, Keller Williams' Grateful Grass, Dumpstaphunk, Jackie Green, John Kadlecik, Stu Allen & Mars Hotel, Jerry's Middle Finger, Midnight North, Painted Mandolin, and many more!

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Jerry’s kids are all outstanding players, Steve Kimock, Warren Haynes, Jimmy Herring, the list goes on. Only one truly has that Garcia way about him, John Kadlecik. John K came about improvisational music much like his traveling life, making do with the best around. His job is to shed light but not to master. Signing on with Melvin Seals & JGB in 2019, they are just now really running full steam.

Location

Boulder, CO

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JGB has played this event many times over our 20 year history, and we're happy to announce they'll be back for their 15 year anniversary of playing Jerry Day!

Stu Allen has played this event every year since 2006 and we're ecstatic to bring him and Mars Hotel back to Jerry Garcia Amphitheater.

Look out for special updates on his Mars Hotel lineup soon!

More Artist, Special Guests, and August event info coming soon!

The third day of the fourth Skull and Roses Festival saw the biggest crowds ever and record warm temperatures. A strong onshore wind helped mediate temperatures. When the Alligators rotated onstage just after 4 pm, the fairgrounds were packed with music fans. The band was actually created initially as a one-off to perform at the festival. According to promoter Dennis McNally, “The Gators came into being because Chris, the promoter of Skull and Roses, had a problem—and a vision.

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