Looking for a cool musical weekend getaway with a little bit of something for everyone? Look no further than The Range! Named "Southwestern NH's Greatest Music Venue You've Never Heard Of" by Cider Mag, family-owned & operated and proudly serving their community since 1992. The Range is a destination for locals and travelers alike!
It's for the bands, and the fans, the staff and the vols. For the vendors and menders and you'uns and y'all. It's Rooster Walk Reunion, an amazing, intimate, limited-capacity festival Oct. 8-10, 2021 at Pop's Farm that will feature a full lineup of Rooster Walk festival alumni bands, plus all your friends and family.
With the music industry’s march towards safe gatherings, organizers for the 4848 Festival announce the artist lineup cementing plans for a return atop Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia this year on Labor Day weekend. 4848 Festival will follow current WV state guidelines and will go on-sale with a limited capacity.
All previously purchased tickets and room packages will be honored for the new dates and 2021 tickets and room packages will go on sale Friday, May 21 at 10 AM ET.
About 40 years after joining the original Jerry Garcia Band, Melvin Seals & JGB delivered on December 20 two solid sets at a private, socially distanced performance. The gathering of a few dozen folks, mostly masked, took place on a bright, sunny afternoon in the small Sierra Nevada foothill community of Auburn, Calif. That the improbable, COVID-era show happened all was thanks to the tireless efforts of local concert impresario Scott Holbrook and his Keep Smilin’ Promotions.
What happens when the world’s two leading bands carrying the torch of the Jerry Garcia Band experience unite into one unstoppable force? This was the scene at the Solano County Fairgrounds in Vallejo, California as Garcia Band alum and current JGB frontman Melvin Seals joined California’s own Jerry’s Middle Finger for a sold-out Saturday evening Drive-in concert on November 14.
As another new year rolls in, I can’t say how excited I am to see the Grateful Dead family not only thriving but flourishing. We Deadheads can take pride in having become a borderless, boundless global community where a simple Steal-Your-Face sticker on your pack and a smile will find you a safe haven. And with thankfulness being one of the defining criteria of a Deadhead for the life-changing, enlightening experience the Dead brought to our lives, we have a healthy desire to express that gratitude. What is “it” we’re so thankful for?