When was the Fare Thee Well Tour?

When was the Fare Thee Well Tour?

Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead

Concert by Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, Trey Anastasio, Bruce Hornsby, Jeff Chimenti
Concert poster for the Chicago shows
Start date June 27, 2015
End date July 5, 2015
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Who played at Fare the well?

With five shows and 94 songs in the books (with only two repeats over five days), the Grateful Dead celebrated their 50th anniversary Fare Thee Well celebration in an extraordinary fashion. The band was as perfect as a band can be, with a grateful sentiment emanating from fans and musicians alike.

What songs did Trey sing at Fare thee well?

Advertisement. Trey handled vocals on “Scarlet” and weaved together familiar Jerry licks with riffs he’s trotted out for decades on Phish tour (“Dave’s Energy Guide,” anyone?). Hornsby sang “Fire” and despite coming in a little early, the jam did have special moments.

Where did the Grateful Dead play in Chicago?

Soldier Field
The Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Wall concerts at Soldier Field marked the final time that all of the surviving members of the band’s core lineup performed together, but the legendary jam band hasn’t gone silent yet.

When was the Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary?

Editorial Reviews. The Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Deluxe 2-CD Set includes the original album remastered as well as the full unreleased show from P.N.E. Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, BC, Canada on July 29th, 1966. Also includes four additional tracks from the subsequent night at same venue.

Does Grateful Dead still tour?

Dead and Company announced their 2022 summer tour at the end of March, and ticket sales for the shows went live Friday morning. The band will kick off their final tour on June 11 at Dodger Stadium, and their final show will be about a month later at Citi Field in New York on July 16th.

Did Trey and Jerry ever meet?

Tom Marshall and The Dude of Life Remember When Trey Anastasio “Met” Jerry Garcia. On Dec. 29, Tom Marshall and Steve Pollak a.k.a. “The Dude of Life,” recounted the early days of Phish on the Osiris Couch Tour, including a cosmic meeting of legendary Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia and Phish’s Trey Anastasio.

What was the biggest Grateful Dead concert?

The oldest 100,000-crowd concert reported to Billboard Boxscore is Grateful Dead’s gig at the Raceway Park, Englishtown, New Jersey on September 3, 1977. The concert was attended by 107,019 people, which remains the largest ticketed concert in the United States to date.

What is the Grateful Dead’s new name?

Dead & Company is a band consisting of former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir (guitar and vocals), Mickey Hart (drums), and Bill Kreutzmann (drums), along with John Mayer (guitar and vocals), Oteil Burbridge (bass, percussion, and vocals), and Jeff Chimenti (keyboards).

What year did Workingman’s Dead come out?

June 14, 1970Workingman’s Dead / Release date
Originally released on June 14, 1970, Workingman’s Dead, the Grateful Dead’s fourth studio album, signaled a major stylistic shift for the San Francisco jam band.

Is the Grateful Dead touring in 2022?

Dead & Company have announced a 2022 summer tour. The jam band—featuring members of the Grateful Dead and John Mayer—will kick things off on June 11 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. They’ll stop off in Boulder, Cincinnati, Chicago, Philadelphia, and more before wrapping up in New York on July 16.

Did Dead and Company break up?

This week, Rolling Stone’s sources revealed that the band would stop touring after this year. The news outlet originally titled the article “Dead and Company Will Stop Touring After 2022.” before changing it to a question-type.

Is Phish dead?

In October 2000, the band began a two-year hiatus that ended in December 2002, but they disbanded again in August 2004. Phish reunited officially in October 2008 for subsequent reunion shows in March 2009 and since then have resumed performing regularly.

How are Phish and the Grateful Dead connected?

The Grateful Dead and Phish are often linked together because both bands have a similar artistic approach that is distinct from most music, in that they emphasize the live concert performance vs. recording studio albums.