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Announcing our New Year's Eve Run & Fall Tour Leg Two!

New Year's Eve Run 2019 ► 2020:
12/28 - Albany, NY - Palace Theatre
12/29 - Albany, NY - Palace Theatre
12/30 - Montclair, NJ - The Wellmont Theater
12/31 - Montclair, NJ - The Wellmont Theater

Fall Tour Leg Two:
11/14 - Northampton, MA - Calvin Theatre
11/15 - Portland, ME - State Theatre, Portland, Maine
11/16 - Lowell, MA - Lowell Memorial Auditorium
11/18 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
11/19 - Ithaca, NY - State Theatre of Ithaca
11/21 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore Philadelphia
11/22 - New Haven, CT - College Street Music Hall
11/23 - Providence, RI - The Strand Ballroom & Theatre
11/24 - Tarrytown, NY - Tarrytown Music Hall
11/26 - Concord, NH - Capitol Center for the Arts
11/27 - Jim Thorpe, PA - Penn's Peak
11/29 - Huntington, NY - The Paramount
11/30 - Huntington, NY - The Paramount
12/2 - Harrisburg, PA - XL LIVE
12/4 - Charlottesville, VA - The Jefferson Theater
12/5 - Richmond, VA - The National
12/6 - Washington, D.C. - The Anthem
12/7 - Norfolk, VA - The NorVA

Fan Club tickets on sale now via our website +
Tickets go on sale via venue outlets Friday, August 23. 

We can't wait to join you in your town and continue celebrating the music of the Grateful Dead!

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Looks good, lots of places close to home. Hoping to do Northampton, Lowell, New Haven, Providence, Tarrytown, and one or both Huntington. Glad they're playing in Lowell again, really liked that place, big and roomy in there. Was hoping to hit the Anthem, loved that place last year, but a Friday in December will be nearly impossible. 

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I probably get to 10 to 12 more shows this years. We get boulder red rocks. Definitely the two Paramount. Two Albany for New Years. We gonna do 3 show run on the Midwest leg. See what else falls into place. 

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