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The Dead Thread

Started by troutfanatic, September 07, 2017, 19:28:42 PM

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troutfanatic

11/28/17 Charlotte, 11/29/17 Atlanta

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https://www.deadandcompany.com/

you need a keyboard playing banana Keith.


Phil

I wanna go. Any idea how much tickets are going to cost, Brian?


troutfanatic

Quote from: Phil on September 07, 2017, 20:26:53 PM

I wanna go. Any idea how much tickets are going to cost, Brian?

Phil,

I saw them twice in the past 18 months. I paid 40.00 both times for general admission. I saw them go 300.00 for pit seats and they go higher once resale hits. presale is on Tuesday. You have to register through the link.

The good old days of buying tickets cheap on the lot are gone. My bank account misses it.


troutfanatic

here is a tease from the show I saw in June.

Set 1
Feel Like a Stranger
Easy Wind
Cassidy
West LA Fadeaway
Row Jimmy
Cumberland Blues
Throwing Stones (Bobby had some nice words for the orange orangutan)

Set 2 was better but isn't in this video


IFStultz

I wish it was on a weekend.

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DRIFTS

Very nice...wish I could pull up a chair  0:0

l><))))))))))))))))),/*>~----------------------dave

Jfey

I will be there.   I don't think they've listed the general admission prices yet.  I'm guessing the $40 range.   Did see VIP are going for $229-$699 :o

Yup, going fishing

Phil

I saw 'em in San Fran in 1967. It would be a strange and fun anniversary.


sanjuanwormhatch

There were zero tickets in the lot when they played lakehood.  I waited until last minute to see if they would drop and they didn't.  May have to get some presale this time.


troutfanatic

Quote from: IFStultz on September 08, 2017, 00:20:46 AM

I wish it was on a weekend.

Yer telling me. A Wednesday night, two weeks before finals. I need it;I'm going.
Quote from: DRIFTS on September 08, 2017, 04:56:28 AM

Very nice...wish I could pull up a chair  0:0

Don't let me stop you
Quote from: Jfey on September 08, 2017, 09:06:07 AM

I will be there.   I don't think they've listed the general admission prices yet.  I'm guessing the $40 range.   Did see VIP are going for $229-$699 :o

Yeah. I'm getting too old for the pit. Plus I'm an unemployed college student. I'll be there. I'll be the fat guy in a tie dye.
Quote from: Phil on September 08, 2017, 09:07:45 AM

I saw 'em in San Fran in 1967. It would be a strange and fun anniversary.

the bus came by, and you got on; that's when it all began?
Quote from: sanjuanwormhatch on September 08, 2017, 09:15:53 AM

There were zero tickets in the lot when they played lakehood.  I waited until last minute to see if they would drop and they didn't.  May have to get some presale this time.

I did the same. I ended up not going and went to Burgettstown a couple days later. I did couch tour that show. It was most likely the best one, meaning Atlanta. B town was damn good too. I was happy I got Wharf Rat before the buzz dropped.

sanjuanwormhatch

The ATL setlist looked phenomenal. 


troutfanatic

Quote from: sanjuanwormhatch on September 08, 2017, 10:08:20 AM

The ATL setlist looked phenomenal.

The Days Between always kills me.


Phil

"the bus came by, and you got on; that's when it all began?"
Brian, I was 15 and visiting my older sister. She was actually Sally Free, one of the original Merry Pranksters on Kesey's bus. The Summer of Love in SF, the Dead and Jefferson Airplane, and other stuff. The whole experience was a real eye opener for me.

The Days Between gets to me as well. Good song for sure.


Jfey

Quote from: Phil on September 08, 2017, 10:49:33 AM

"the bus came by, and you got on; that's when it all began?"
Brian, I was 15 and visiting my older sister. She was actually Sally Free, one of the original Merry Pranksters on Kesey's bus. The Summer of Love in SF, the Dead and Jefferson Airplane, and other stuff. The whole experience was a real eye opener for me.

The Days Between gets to me as well. Good song for sure.

That's awesome Phil.   0:0
Yup, going fishing

sanjuanwormhatch

Very cool.  As Dave Schools said on insta shortly after Long Strange Trip was released, we could use some of that spirit these days. 



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