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Definitely going to hit AC and Asbury Park, a nice little road trip might be in order to hit some of those farther Northeast shows!

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On 3/12/2019 at 8:43 AM, 2muchfun said:

Saw my only Cryptical at Riverbend. Also only Dead & Co.

Same river here in Evansville...Rude is literally forced to deal with both our shit.

 

My first show 6-24-85

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Looks like Milwaukee either 7/6 or 7/4 at sunmerfest. 7/4 is TBA for headliner but not sure if Dso would qualify as that for a city festival. Dead fest yeah but city wide not sure if they are on the Lionel Richie or JAson Aldean level for mass appeal. Now we just need the mysterious gap in the Springfield concert series revealed for July 1st ;).

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Ok so summerfest is July 6 in Milwaukee for Dso. 

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Looks like Dso has been doing 2 set shows there every year too which is rare for summerfest besides the extra ticket pavilion headliner show. 

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Never done it before but being on a holiday weekend makes it a possibility. So is there other bands during the day and DSO headlines the 6th? Or would you just plan on showing up for the DSO set? 

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There are nonstop bands on like 8 stages. It’s a monster city fest. Schedule hasn’t been released for set times and other bands yet. 

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