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Dead & Company Map Out Summer 2022 Tour

By Daniel Kreps

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Dead & Company will return to the road this summer for a month-long tour of amphitheaters and stadiums nationwide.

The jam supergroup — featuring John Mayer , the Grateful Dead ’s Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann alongside Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti — will kick off their 2022 summer tour in the same city that their 2021 fall tour concluded: Los Angeles, with Dead & Co. performing June 11th at Dodger Stadium.

The 20-date trek also includes two nights at Mountain View, California’s Shoreline Amphitheatre, Boulder, Colorado’s Folsom Field and Chicago’s Wrigley Field, plus stops at all points in-between. The trek currently concludes July 15 and 16 at New York’s Citi Field.

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We can’t wait to see you out on the road for Dead & Company Summer Tour 22. ⚡️💀🌹 Verified Fan Presale Registration is now open at https://t.co/rLECIjUQsG . General on sale begins Friday, April 8 at 10AM Local Time. #DeadandCoTour22 — Dead & Company (@deadandcompany) March 31, 2022

Tickets for Dead & Company’s summer tour go on sale April 8; check out the band’s site for full ticket information.

The gigs mark the supergroup’s first since their Playing in the Sand getaway in Mexico was canceled at the last-minute in January due to the Omicron surge, stranding Deadheads in its wake .

Dead & Company Tour Dates

June 11 – Los Angeles, CA @ Dodger Stadium June 13 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre June 14 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre June 17 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field June 18 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field June 21 – Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre June 22 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center June 24 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field June 25 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field June 28 – Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center June 29 – Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre July 1 – Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts July 2 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium July 5 – Hartford, CT @ The XFINITY Theatre July 6 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ SPAC July 8 – Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live July 10 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park July 12 – Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake July 15 – New York, NY @ Citi Field July 16 – New York, NY @ Citi Field

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Dead and Company - Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer, and Bob Weir, with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti - have revealed dates for a summer tour, kicking off at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on June 11. This is their 7th major tour since they formed in 2015 .

The 20-date tour has several two night runs, the wrap of the tour being a double header at Citi Field in NYC. Full list of dates below!

Both Bob Weir and John Mayer are currently out on respective tours, Weir with Wolf Bros and Mayer to support his 2021 album Sob Rock.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, April 8th @ 10 AM local venue time through deadandcompany.com .

Dead & Company 2022 Tour Dates:

06/11 – Los Angeles, CA @ Dodger Stadium

06/13 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre

06/14 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre

06/17 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field

06/18 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field

06/21 – Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

06/22 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center

06/24 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field

06/25 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field

06/28 – Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center

06/29 – Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre

07/01 – Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

07/02 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium

07/05 – Hartford, CT @ The XFINITY Theatre

07/06 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ SPAC

07/08 – Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live

07/10 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park

07/12 – Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake

07/15 – New York, NY @ Citi Field

07/16 – New York, NY @ Citi Field

Dead & Co wrapped up their 2021 Fall Tour on Halloween in Los Angeles. See that setlist here .

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Dead & Company Announce 2022 Summer Tour Dates

Grateful Dead supergroup Dead & Company have announced the dates for their upcoming summer tour.

The tour, which is the band's seventh trek, is set to start on June 11 with a show at Dodger Stadium in Los Angles. It will have stops in several cities, including Boulder, Cincinnati, Chicago and Philadelphia.

The band will conclude their 20-date trek with a pair of performances at New York City's Citi Field on July 15 and 16.

Original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir , Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann , plus Dead & Company additions John Mayer , Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti make the lineup for the tour.

Dead & Company 2022 Tour Dates:

June 11 - Los Angeles, CA @ Dodger Stadium June 13 - Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre June 14 - Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre June 17 - Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field June 18 - Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field June 21 - Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre June 22 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center June 24 - Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field June 25 - Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field June 28 - Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center June 29 - Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre July 1 - Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts July 2 - Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium July 5 - Hartford, CT @ The XFINITY Theatre July 6 - Saratoga Springs, NY @ SPAC July 8 - Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live July 10 - Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park July 12 - Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake July 15 - New York, NY @ Citi Field July 16 - New York, NY @ Citi Field

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Dead & Company Announce 2022 Summer Tour

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Dead & Company  on Thursday announced dates for their 2022 summer tour. The post- Jerry Garcia  assemblage of  Grateful Dead  members  Bob Weir ,  Bill Kreutzmann , and  Mickey Hart  alongside  Jeff Chimenti ,  John Mayer , and  Oteil Burbridge  will perform 20 concerts in June and July.

The band’s seventh tour since forming in 2015 kicks off on June 11th at  Dodger Stadium  in Los Angeles, CA. Dead & Company will play iconic stadiums across the country including two nights at Wrigley Field  in Chicago, IL (6/24, 6/25);  Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA (7/2);  Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA (7/10); and two tour-closing nights at Citi Field  in New York, NY (7/15, 7/16).

Related: Dead & Company 2021 Tour Recap: Highlights, Stats, And Top Shows

Ticketmaster Fan Registration is open now through Sunday, April 3rd at 12 p.m. PT. A pre-sale then begins on April 5th at 10 a.m. local and runs through April 7th at 10 p.m. local time. Tickets then go on sale to the general public on April 8th at 10 a.m. local time via the band’s website . Scroll down for a full list of tour dates.

Dead & Company 2022 Summer Tour Dates

Sat Jun 11 Los Angeles, CA Dodger Stadium

Mon Jun 13 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

Tue Jun 14 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

Fri Jun 17 Boulder, CO Folsom Field*

Sat Jun 18 Boulder, CO Folsom Field*

Tue Jun 21 Maryland Heights, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Wed Jun 22 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center

Fri Jun 24 Chicago, IL Wrigley Field

Sat Jun 25 Chicago, IL Wrigley Field

Tue Jun 28 Noblesville, IN Ruoff Music Center

Wed Jun 29 Clarkston, MI Pine Knob Music Theatre

Fri Jul 01 Bethel, NY Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Sat Jul 02 Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium

Tue Jul 05 Hartford, CT The XFINITY Theatre

Wed Jul 06 Saratoga Springs, NY SPAC

Fri Jul 08 Bristow, VA Jiffy Lube Live

Sun Jul 10 Philadelphia, PA Citizens Bank Park

Tue Jul 12 Burgettstown, PA The Pavilion at Star Lake

Fri Jul 15 New York, NY Citi Field

Sat Jul 16 New York, NY Citi Field

*Not a Live Nation Date

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Dead & Company returning to the road for 2022 US summer tour

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Grateful Dead spin-off group Dead & Company has announced plans for a new U.S. summer tour that currently features 20 dates, running from a June 11 concert at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles through a two-night stand July 15-16 at Citi Field in New York City.

The trek features several other two-show engagements -- on June 13-14 in Mountain View, California; June 17-18 in Boulder, Colorado; and June 24-25 at Chicago's Wrigley Field.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 8, at 10 a.m. local time via DeadandCompany.com . Tickets will be made available through Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program , which you can register for now through Sunday, April 3, at 12 p.m. PT. A Verified Fan pre-sale will begin on Tuesday, April 5, at 10 a.m. local time and run through Thursday, April 7, at 10 p.m. local time.

In addition, Dead & Company is offering various enhanced experience and travel packages, which go on sale April 5 at 10 a.m. local time. Visit CIDEntertainment.com for more details.

Also on the new trek, the band will continue its sustainability partnership with the nonprofit organization REVERB , and has committed to a comprehensive carbon offset program while also encouraging fans to take action to help the environment via the organization's Music Climate Revolution campaign.

The summer trek will mark Dead & Company's seventh tour since the band formed in 2015. The group's lineup features Grateful Dead members Bob Weir , Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart , as well as singer/guitarist John Mayer , ex- Allman Brothers Band bassist Oteil Burbridge , and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti .

In January, Dead & Company were forced to cancel their planned annual Playing in the Sand destination festival in Mexico because of spiking COVID-19 cases, including Mayer.

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Dead & Company Announce Final Tour: See the Full List of Dates

Dead & Company ‘s upcoming summer tour will be their final run.

John Mayer , who has been part of the the modern incarnation of the  Grateful Dead  since it was created in 2015, shared the band statement to his Instagram on Friday (Sept. 23). “As we put the finishing touches on booking venues, and understanding that word travels fast, we wanted to be the first to let you know that Dead & Company will be hitting the road next summer for what will be our final tour,” he wrote alongside the rose-adorned promotional tour poster for the upcoming summer stint. “Stay tuned for a full list of dates for what will surely be an exciting, celebratory, and heartfelt last run of shows.”

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The note was signed, “With love and appreciation, Dead & Company.”

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The band includes Mayer, guitarist/vocalist Bob Weir, drummer/percussionists Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, as well as keyboardist Jeff Chimenti and bassist Otiel Burbridge. The group’s 2019 tour grossed $40.9 million and sold 486,917 tickets, marking Dead & Company’s biggest tour yet, up 16% over 2018’s $35.2 million gross.

The band revealed the full list of tour dates on Thursday (Oct. 6), beginning on May 19, 2023, in Los Angeles at the Kia Forum and stretching through July 15, when the tour ends in San Francisco at Oracle Park.

See below, and check out ticket and pre-sale information here.

05/19 – Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum 05/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum 05/23 – Phoenix, AZ @ Ak-Chin Pavilion 05/26 – Dallas, TX @ Dos Equis Pavilion 05/28 – Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amphitheatre 05/30 – Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion 06/01 – Raleigh, NC @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek 06/03 – Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live 06/05 – Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake 06/07 – St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater 06/09 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field 06/10 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field 06/13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center 06/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizen’s Bank Park 06/17 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center 06/18 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center 06/21 – New York, NY @ Citi Field 06/22 – New York, NY @ Citi Field 06/25 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park 06/27 – Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center 07/01 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field 07/02 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field 07/03 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field 07/07 – George, WA @ The Gorge 07/08 – George, WA @ The Gorge 07/14 – San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park 07/15 – San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park

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Dead and Company Launch Summer Tour: Photos and Set List

Dead & Company kicked off their summer 2022 tour over the weekend, playing two sets of music on Saturday at Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium.

The band's set list featured several notable numbers, including the live debut of  Traffic ’s “Dear Mr. Fantasy” plus part of the Beatles ’ “ Hey Jude ." Also included was a cover of Sam Cooke's "Good Times," a handful of Bob Weir solo songs and their rendition of Warren Zevon 's "Werewolves of London" as an encore.

You can view the set list, exclusive photos and videos of "Dear Mr. Fantasy" and "Hey Jude" below.

The performance marked the return of drummer Bill Kreutzmann, who has not played with the band since Oct. 15 after he was forced to sit out their run of shows at Red Rocks last fall due to a non-COVID-related illness.

Watch Dead & Company Perform Traffic's 'Dear Mr. Fantasy' and the Beatles' 'Hey Jude'

Dead and Company were also scheduled to appear at the Playing in the Sand festival in Cancun in January, but the performances were canceled due to an outbreak of COVID-19.

Earlier this year, a report from Rolling Stone stated that sources close to Dead & Company claimed the band would stop touring after 2022. The band members, however, claimed on social media that this was not accurate . "News to me," Weir tweeted in response. “Whew,” Kreutzmann added  to Weir's comment. “I thought you knew something that I didn’t! “#themusicneverstops #wewillsurvive.”

Dead & Company are scheduled to tour into July. They'll wrap their summer tour with a pair of shows at New York City's Citi Field on July 15 and 16.

Dead & Company, Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, 6/11/22 Set 1: 1. "Good Times" (Sam Cooke cover) 2. "Playing in the Band" (Bob Weir song) 3. "Feel Like a Stranger" (With "My Favorite Things” snippet) 4. "China Doll" 5. "Brown-Eyed Women" 6. "Jack Straw" 7. "Casey Jones"

Set 2: 8. "Althea" 9. "Scarlet Begonias" 10. "China Cat Sunflower" 11. "I Know You Rider" (traditional cover) 12. "Fire on the Mountain" 13. "Drums" 14. "Space" 15. "Dear Mr. Fantasy" (Traffic cover) (Live debut by Dead and Company) 16. "Hey Jude" (The Beatles cover) (Live debut by Dead and Company, Coda only) 17. "Stella Blue" 18. "One More Saturday Night" (Bob Weir song) Encore: 19. "Werewolves of London" (Warren Zevon cover)

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Dead & Company announced that they plan to livestream their entire summer tour. The livestreams will be shared via nugs.net in both HD and 4K formats, and fans can watch live or enjoy on-demand streams of the shows with 48 hours of replay.

The livestream of the summer tour debut will take place from Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles on June 11 and showcase Bobby Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart with John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti performing beloved songs from the great American songbook. Following Dodger Stadium nugs.net will travel with the ensemble across the country as they hit arenas in cities like Boulder, Colo., Chicago, Philadelphia, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. and more. The livestreams will continue through the end of their tour during their two-night stint at Citi Field in New York on July 15 and 16.

For the Dead & Company livestreams, first-time subscribers can enjoy 50% off their livestreams, and enjoy 15% off other livestreams, CDs and downloads. Tickets for each show can be purchased individually starting at $29.99 for HD and $44.99 for 4K, or fans can tune-in for shows every night by purchasing the Summer 2022 Unlimited Devotion Pass.

The announcement of the Summer Tour livestreams comes hot on the heels of the non-profit HeadCount sharing it will be auctioning custom  D’Angelico guitars  in select cities during the tour, including a D’Angelico Premier SS in Ocean Turquoise color to commemorate the entire tour.

Learn more about Dead & Company’s Summer Tour livestreams at the  Relix  streaming guide .

Ticket and bundle information can be found here .

. Dead & Company Summer ‘22 Tour Dates :

June 11, 2022 – Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA

June 13, 2022 – Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA

June 14, 2022 – Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA

June 17, 2022 – Folsom Field in Boulder, CO

June 18, 2022 – Folsom Field in Boulder, CO

June 21, 2022 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in St. Louis Maryland Heights, MO

June 22, 2022 – Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, OH

June 24, 2022 – Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL

June 25, 2022 – Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL

June 28, 2022 – Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN

June 29, 2022 – Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI

July 1, 2022 – Bethel Woods Center For the Arts in Bethel, NY

July 2, 2022 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA

July 5, 2022 – XFINITY Theatre in Hartford, CT

July 6, 2022 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY

July 8, 2022 – Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, VA

July 10, 2022 – Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA

July 12, 2022 – The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA

July 15, 2022 – Citi Field in New York, NY

July 16, 2022 – Citi Field in New York, NY

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Shortly after announcing that next summer’s tour would be the last one for Dead and Company , the group has announced the full schedule of dates for that farewell outing, with tickets set to go on sale a week from Friday.

The tour will begin with a two-night stand at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum May 19-20 and end — perhaps not surprisingly — in San Francisco, at Oracle Park, where this offshoot of the Grateful Dead will call it a night after final gigs set to take place there July 14-15.

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The band had formally announced that the forthcoming tour would be its last in a Sept. 23 statement, with the members acknowledging that word was bound to get out as dates were in the last stages of booking. “As we put the finishing touches on booking venues, and understanding that word travels fast, we wanted to be the first to let you know that Dead & Company will be hitting the road next summer for what will be our final tour,” the September statement read. “Stay tuned for a full list of dates for what will surely be an exciting, celebratory, and heartfelt last run of shows.

Early in 2022, there had been rumors that the band would be hanging it up after this past summer’s tour. It turns out the speculation was off by a year, with one more extended chance to see the band still ahead.

In response to an April 2022 report in Rolling Stone that the group would cease touring after this year, the band pumped the brakes on that news, saying then that “Dead & Company has made no official decision as to this being their final tour.”  Bob Weir  even posted on Twitter: “News to me.”

The group started in 2015 and includes several original members of the Grateful Dead as well as fresh reinforcements, with the lineup now featuring Mickey Hart, Kreutzmann, John Mayer , Weir, Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti.

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  • Published: Jun. 29, 2022, 12:09 p.m.
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Deadheads looking to rock out for a night can still do so at Dead & Company’s Summer Tour 2022.

The band has 10 shows remaining in their summer tour so fans looking to see some of the original Grateful Dead members need to act fast. Tickets are available on websites like StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork . Here is a look at prices for the two shows in Foxborough, MA and Hartford, CT:

  • July 2 - Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA tickets start at $40 on StubHub , $41 on VividSeats and $50 on TicketNetwork.
  • July 5 - XFINITY Theatre in Hartford, CT tickets start at $54 on StubHub , $51 on VividSeats and $66 on TicketNetwork.

Fans who purchase tickets through  VividSeats  can get $20 off a $200+ ticket order by using the promo code MassLive20 at checkout.

Dead & Company consists of former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann along with John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti. According to Wikipedia, John Mayer, a fan of Grateful Deads music, started only listening to their music. Mayer played with Bob Weir on “The Late Late Show” and developed a bond with the guitarist. They then formed the band in August 2015. Dead & Company will be ending their summer tour in NYC, NY with two shows on July 15 and 16.

Here are the remaining dates and links for tickets to the rest of their 2022 summer tour:

  • June 29 - Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 1 - Bethel Woods Center For the Arts Bethel, NY - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 2 - Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 5 - XFINITY Theatre Hartford, CT - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 6 - Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 8 - Jiffy Lube Live Bristow, VA - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 10 - Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia, PA - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 12 - The Pavilion at Star Lake Burgettstown, PA - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 15 - Citi Field New York, NY - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .
  • July 16 - Citi Field New York, NY - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork .

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Dead & Company Rearrange Setlist at Week Four Sphere Residency Closer, Bust Out “West LA Fadeaway”

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On Saturday, June 8, Dead & Company returned to Las Vegas’ state-of-the-art Sphere location to close out their fourth residency weekend. After dotting their venue-specific repertoire with special moments, sit-ins, song additions to the setlist rotation, complementary visuals, and tributes during previous weeks, the band was prepared to encapsulate the essence of their kaleidoscope stroll down memory lane during last night’s concert. Rearranging the song presentation, typical second-set plays arrived during the initial set and a first-time play for this location, on “West LA Fadeaway.”

Favored riffs and the onset of lyrics: “Well, I married me a wife, she’s been trouble all my life” served as the opening to Saturday’s stand. From “Cold Rain and Snow,” the band ditched the weather and beguiled feelings in favor of Wake of the Flood originator “Mississippi Half Step,” leading into the latest song addition to Dead & Company’s Las Vegas rotation, “West LA Fadeaway” which also served as a bust out, last played on July 12, 2022 at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pa. Following “They Love Each Other” and “Jack Straw,” the band went with a rare first set, “One More Saturday Night,” a typical show closer on this day of the week.

Continuing to play with placement, the typical set one opener, “Good Times,” served as the first song of the latter frame. The Sam Cooke cover gave way to “Sugar Magnolia” and “Althea” before entering the depths of “Terrapin Station,” which merged into Mickey Hart-led second set instrumental interlude, “Drums” and “Space.” The rhythmic display birthed “Standing on the Moon,” equipped with complimentary cosmic visuals. Switching the tempo, the band lifted the mood with “Good Lovin’” before an ode to Sin City on “Deal.” 

Dead & Company closed their second set after Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” which, as is typical for the residency format, gave way to an old news broadcast of the Grateful Dead (not unlike John Mayer’s move on his Solo arena tour). Taking the final slot before closing the box of the first four weeks of residency concerts at the Sphere, the band reminded fans they are here to stay–a nod to its enduring legacy with “Not Fade Away.”

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Sphere – Las Vegas 

June 8, 2024 

Set I: Cold Rain and Snow, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, Bertha, West LA Fadeaway+, They Love Each Other, Jack Straw, One More Saturday Night 

Set II: Good Times, Sugar Magnolia, Althea, Terrapin Station > Drums > Space > Standing on the Moon, Good Lovin’, Deal, Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door 

Enc.: Not Fade Away 

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L ive Nation and its ex-chairman, the veteran music mogul Irving Azoff, have quietly secured an iron grip over the lucrative Las Vegas residency of Dead & Company — even as they face growing antitrust heat from the feds, The Post has learned.

Live Nation — sued by the Justice Department last month for allegedly profiting from an illegal monopoly over live entertainment — cut an agreement in January with the Grateful Dead offshoot band and billionaire James Dolan’s Las Vegas Sphere to promote a 24-show residency, since extended by another six dates.

In addition to Live Nation and its Ticketmaster unit promoting and selling tickets for the blockbuster act — whose lineup includes superstar guitarist John Mayer and legendary Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Mickey Hart — Live Nation has been selling travel packages through Vibee, a hotel-booking and VIP business arm the company launched last year.

The triple packaging of Live Nation, Ticketmaster and Vibee — which the firm also did with the U2 and Phish residencies at the Sphere in recent months — is the kind of blitz that the DOJ has blasted as anticompetitive, with its explosive suit alleging that Live Nation’s various businesses “work together across the ecosystem” to elbow out rivals, according to critics. 

But the aggressiveness with which Azoff elbowed out a smaller vendor in the case of Dead & Company has raised hackles in particular, according to sources.

Over the winter, Azoff — who in addition to being co-manager of Dead & Company is co-founder of the Oak View Group, which advises Dolan’s Sphere arena on sponsorships — made it clear to the band that they needed to hire Vibee to replace 100X Hospitality, sources told The Post.

The latter is a smaller firm which has sold all of the band’s VIP and hotel packages since Dead & Company formed in 2015, sources said.

“I can understand how people could construe this as a power play and I lost,” 100X CEO Daniel Berkowitz told The Post.

The timing of the Vibee deal looks especially brazen, according to sources, as it came just a year after the DOJ’s Live Nation probe gained fresh steam following  a botched rollout for tickets to Taylor Swift’s Eras tour  that drew complaints over hours-long online queues and exorbitant fees.

100X got the boot despite an eight-year relationship that had spanned hundreds of shows with Live Nation, three sources with direct knowledge of the situation said.

“Even though everything in the Dead world feels like a family, at the end of the day it’s not the music family — it’s the music business,” Berkowitz added.

He added that he understands the reality of the situation and that “anything Irving does is in the best interests of his clients.”

Nevertheless, Lee Hepner, an attorney at nonprofit American Economic Liberties Project who filed briefs in the DOJ’s Live Nation investigation, says the power play could be fodder for the Justice Department.

While the feds’ suit doesn’t mention Vibee, it does call out Live Nation’s cozy relationship with Oak View Group, the venue-management firm Azoff co-founded in 2015 — three years after he stepped down as chairman of Live Nation.

According to the feds, Live Nation and Oak View have informally agreed not to compete in each others’ respective niches.

Instead, the DOJ alleges that the pair collude to steer business to each other — thwarting other — usually smaller — companies from edging in on their turf.

“Oak View Group now operates as an agent and a self-described ‘pimp’ and ‘hammer’ for Live Nation, often influencing venues and artists for the benefit of Live Nation,” the DOJ alleged in its suit.

In the case of 100X, Dead & Company had resisted Azoff’s repeated efforts during past tours to replace Berkowitz and his firm before finally agreeing to make the switch for the Las Vegas Sphere residency, two sources said.

Spokespeople for the DOJ and Oak View declined to comment for this article.

Azoff and Live Nation didn’t return calls seeking comment.

Hepner said regulators do not typically investigate individuals engaging in anticompetitive behavior, but Live Nation is a different matter.

“This is exactly the type of behavior that got Live Nation in trouble in the first place,” Hepner told The Post.

The Vibee hospitality business, which includes special access to the band, can be lucrative — especially in a place like Las Vegas.

One Dead & Company bundle being sold a few months ago by Vibee was priced at $2,834.54 per person — a package deal for the May 24, 25 and 26 shows that included a three-night stay at The Venetian or Palazzo Tower in a luxury king or two-queen suite.

The package also included a luxury car ride to and from the airport, according to Vibee’s site .

The Dead & Company residency is only the latest example of Azoff making money from multiple revenue streams, according to sources.

When Azoff advised the Sphere on booking U2 to kick off the venue’s grand opening with a residency in 2022, Dolan agreed to pay U2 a whopping $10 million to produce its sold-out Sphere shows, The Post reported exclusively at the time.

Days later, Azoff became U2’s manager, replacing Guy Oseary, a source close to the situation said.

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Launches at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles Saturday, June 11

Concludes with two nights at citi field in nyc friday, july 15 – saturday, july 16, ticketmaster verified fan registration open now here, general on sale starts friday, april 8 th @ 10 am local time.

DEAD & COMPANY  – Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer, and Bob Weir, with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti – is excited to announce its 2022 tour, the band’s seventh tour since forming in 2015, which kicks off June 11 th in Los Angeles at the famed Dodger Stadium and runs through July, with a two-night stand at Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets, on July 15 th and July 16 th .

The 2022 Summer Tour, produced by Live Nation, also includes two nights in the Bay Area at Shoreline Amphitheater (June 13 th & 14 th ), two nights at UC Boulder’s Folsom Field (June 17 th & 18 th ), two nights at the iconic Wrigley Field in Chicago (June 24 th & 25 th ), a night at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA (July 2 nd ), and a night at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia (July 10 th ), before wrapping up with epic shows at Citi Field in New York (July 15 th & July 16 th ). A full listing of the 2022 tour dates can be found below.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, April 8 th @ 10 AM local venue time through deadandcompany.com .

To ensure fans get tickets directly in their hands, Fan Registration is now available HERE until Sunday, April 3 rd at 12 Noon PDT, through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. The Verified Fan Presale begins Tuesday, April 5 th at 10 AM local through Thursday, April 7 th at 10 PM local venue time. Supplies are limited.  

Dead & Company and Activist continue their work with longtime sustainability partner REVERB to reduce the tour’s environmental footprint and engage fans to take action for people and the planet. The band will also build upon their successful climate action initiatives with REVERB’s Music Climate Revolution campaign on this year’s tour. In 2021, Dead & Company helped fund several global projects that collectively eliminated five-times more greenhouse gas pollution than created by touring, including fan travel. More details at REVERB.org .

Fans looking to enhance their Dead & Company concert experience with premium venue access, pre-show lounge hospitality and exclusive merchandise or travel packages for multi-night runs in Shoreline, New York, Denver or Chicago are invited to participate in a variety of ticketed package options powered by CID Entertainment and On Location. Packages go on sale April 5 th at 10AM local venue time. For full details, visit HERE .

Check  deadandcompany.com  for complete tour information. 

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Dead & Company  was formed in 2015 when the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir joined forces with artist and musician John Mayer, Allman Brothers’ bassist Oteil Burbridge, and Fare Thee Well and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, and has quickly become one of the most successful touring bands year over year. Since its formation, the band has completed six tours playing to millions of fans and became a record-breaking stadium act when it broke Wrigley Field’s all-time concert attendance record, which still holds to this day. Having toured consistently since its 2015 debut, the band has grossed $300 million and has sold more than three million tickets across 172 reported shows. 

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July 17, 2024 – Aug. 30, 2024 Online Entry Period All eligible recordings must be entered prior to the close of the Online Entry Period, regardless of the public release date.

Oct. 4, 2024 – Oct. 15, 2024 First Round Voting First Round Voting determines all the GRAMMY nominees for each GRAMMY Awards year.

Nov. 8, 2024 Nominees Announced for the 2025 GRAMMY Awards Announcing the official nominees list for the 2025 GRAMMYs.

Dec. 12, 2024 – Jan. 3, 2025 Final Round Voting Determines the GRAMMY winners across all categories revealed on GRAMMY night.

Feb. 2, 2025 2025 GRAMMY Awards Music's Biggest Night, recognizing excellence in the recording arts and sciences.

This February, the 2024 GRAMMYs proved to be an epic, history-making night. Women dominated the 2024 GRAMMYs : For the second time in four years, women won in the majority of the General Field Categories, winning Album Of The Year ( Taylor Swift ), Song Of The Year ( Billie Eilish ), Record Of The Year ( Miley Cyrus ), and Best New Artist ( Victoria Monét ). Elsewhere, Taylor Swift broke the all-time record for most GRAMMY wins in the Album Of The Year Category after winning for Midnights . Tyla won the first-ever GRAMMY Award for Best African Music Performance , one of three new GRAMMY Categories that debuted this year .

The 2024 GRAMMYs also celebrated the return of music legends , including Tracy Chapman , Joni Mitchell and Celine Dion , and ushered in new music icons-in-the-making like Victoria Monét, Samara Joy and Tyla. Relive some of the must-see moments and memorable, heartwarming acceptance speeches from the 2024 GRAMMYs. And rewatch all of the performances and key highlights from the 2024 GRAMMYs all year long on Live.GRAMMY.com .

Learn more about the upcoming 2025 GRAMMY Awards season and the annual GRAMMY Awards process .

GRAMMY News, Performances & Highlights

2025 GRAMMYs To Take Place Sunday, Feb. 2, Live In Los Angeles; GRAMMY Awards Nominations To Be Announced Friday, Nov. 8, 2024

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2024 GRAMMYs: Miley Cyrus Wins The GRAMMY For Record Of The Year for "Flowers"

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2024 GRAMMYs: Victoria Monét Wins The GRAMMY For Best New Artist

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2024 GRAMMYs: Jack Antonoff Wins GRAMMY For Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical For The Third Year In A Row

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Photo of the Music Educator Award trophy

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215 Quarterfinalists Announced For The 2025 Music Educator Award

Today, the Recording Academy and GRAMMY Museum announced a total of 215 music teachers as quarterfinalists for the 2025 Music Educator Award. This prestigious award is given to current educators—from kindergarten through college in both public and private schools—who have made a significant and lasting contribution to the field of music education and who advocate for the ongoing inclusion of music education in schools. This year’s quarterfinalists hail from 202 cities and were chosen from more than 2,400 initial nominations. Additionally, 159 legacy applicants from 2024 are also eligible for this year’s award.

Semi-finalists for the 2025 Music Educator Award will be announced later this year. The ultimate recipient will be celebrated during GRAMMY Week 2025.

A collaborative effort between the Recording Academy and GRAMMY Museum, the Music Educator Award invites nominations from students, parents, friends, colleagues, community members, school deans, and administrators. Teachers may also nominate themselves, and those nominated are invited to complete a more detailed application.

Each year, one recipient is selected from among 10 finalists and recognized for their profound impact on students' lives. The 11th annual honoree will be flown to Los Angeles to attend the 67th GRAMMY Awards and participate in various GRAMMY Week events. The nine other finalists will receive a $1,000 honorarium, and the schools of all 10 finalists will receive matching grants. Additionally, fifteen semi-finalists will be awarded a $500 honorarium with matching school grants.

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The Music Educator Award program, including the honorariums and matching school grants, is supported by the Chuck Lorre Family Foundation this year. Additional backing comes from the American Choral Directors Association, National Association for Music Education, NAMM Foundation, and National Education Association, which support the program through outreach to their members.

Learn more about the Music Educator Award and see the full list of the 2025 Music Educator Award quarterfinalists and legacy applicants below:

QUARTERFINALISTS

Legacy applicants.

Atarashii Gakko! press photo

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On 'AG! Calling,' Atarashii Gakko! Declare That Youth Is Never Lost — No Matter Your Age

"Our concept is for everyone. It does not depend on how old you are as long as you're living and enjoying the moment," Atarashii Gakko!'s Kanon says of the group's raucous new album.

As is with most legends, there are different accounts of how the members of Atarashii Gakko! met.

Some say they met in a supermarket aisle when they all reached for the last pack of discounted sushi, others say they’d known each other as kids. Yet others claim that the hallowed halls of their to-be-company Asobisystem were hard at work to rescue humanity. Whatever the story, the wheels of fate were turning to put together a foursome poised to fight the invisible but omnipresent monster of boring, soulless adult life — armed only in their sailor uniforms and chock full of sizzling energy.

Dramatic retelling aside, the quartet — Suzuka , Rin, Kanon and Mizyu — might not be battling titanic fictional villains, but they are up against an equally fearsome foe: boredom. Their recently-released album, AG! Calling , reinforces the quartet’s image as a paragon of fresh, zany energy that sends a shock through sluggish veins. AG! Calling is an escape from the drudgery of the everyday, and Atarashii Gakko ! believe it's their "destiny" to spread the joy of seishun (youth) to the world.  

Slotting in perfectly with the group’s core ethos, the "calling" in AG! Calling is taken from the Japanese kanji "Korin," which has a dual meaning of descending, as well as one’s own calling. On their single "Tokyo Calling" — released seven months ago and now included on the album — the group descends upon the concrete metropolitan facade of Tokyo, with Mizyu’s characteristic helicopter ponytails swinging full speed. The group makes an urgent announcement: "Don’t hesitate to move forward! Hope for the future is here!" They repeat this mantra and call forth a ball of light from the sky, leading everyone from mundanity to freedom.   

It’s a proverbial full-circle moment for the group, who heralded themselves as the "Youth Representatives of Japan" — their name in Japanese is Atarashii Gakko no Leaders , or New School Leaders — and championed finding and embracing your individuality in the face of a highly conformist society. Early releases like "Mayoeba Totoshi (If You Get Lost)" confronted listeners with hard-hitting questions: "What is the meaning of freedom? If it’s just acting like an adult, I disagree. Let me find it myself." The eerie and relentless " Dokubana " (2017) bemoaned the fate of an outlier in society, which is "scorned and hated" until it withers in place.  

By the time they got to "Nainainai" — their first release under 88Rising — the group had condensed their ethos into pointed critique wrapped in effervescent eccentricity, representing the unique worldview that the biggest rejection of conformity would be to boldly embrace who you are without rejecting the confines of society outright. With a decidedly '90s-inspired hip-hop sound, the track veered from calling out the pressure students face in school to being miffed about being a late bloomer. Their calling card was their retro-inspired school uniforms, a sound that couldn’t be shoved into a pigeonhole if one tried, and energetic dance moves inspired by Kumitaisou , Japanese gymnastics symbolized by pyramids, which became an extension of the profound feelings on their songs. 

As they have expanded their world — marked by performances on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," a successful debut at Coachella this year and performance at Primavera Sound in Barcelona — and inched further into adulthood, " seishun " has evolved from a philosophy to a way of life. AG! Calling rejoices in its reinvention of everyday tedium and positions them firmly as the cheerleaders of a liberated way of life. 

Below, Atarashii Gakko ! talk about AG! Calling , their successful Coachella performance, and how their core philosophy will develop with them.  

You guys just came off of a very successful Coachella set. How was the entire experience?  

Suzuka : We have been together as a group for nine years, and the show at Coachella was like, Ah , that was why we had to be together, we had to form the group The live performance was the answer of the meaning of being together as Atarashii Gakko ! That's the kind of feeling we had.

Suzuka , you actually said in an interview earlier this year that participating in Coachella will bring you one step closer to Beyoncé . Once you wrapped up the performance, did you feel that way?  

Suzuka : [ Jumps up and flashes a thumbs up .] Yes! I took one step towards Beyoncé!  

Rin, you got the chance to meet Lauryn Hill , whom you have cited as an inspiration and an idol. Do you want to share how Lauryn Hill has inspired you?  

Rin: My father is a hip-hop fan, so when I was a child, I had already started listening to hip-hop music and Lauryn Hill. And then during [our] last U.S. tour, we — because she was playing in L.A. for her 25th anniversary — went to see her live, and I bought a t-shirt and everything! 

And this time at Coachella, we knew that YG Marley, her son, was going to be playing but we didn't know that she was going to be there! So, I was thinking, like, maybe we'd have a chance to see her or whatever.  

But then I accidentally saw her — she had finished the stage and she came out – and I was like Ahhh ; I was shaking! She was very... mother-like, and like "Oh, thank you!", and she was smiling and she took a photo! The first time I saw her I was like Oh yes, she's real! She exist ! ' I was very happy she treated me like a mother.

Speaking of mother, you guys were also featured on Japanese musical icon Sheena Ringo 's album recently . She had lovely things to say about you in an interview , particularly that she was "overwhelmed" working with you guys. She called you "reliable" and "dazzling" — that's a glowing recommendation from such an icon.

Suzuka : We're so happy! Of course, she's very big and we are very overwhelmed and thinking [that the collaboration was] the result of not changing our style and not taking the easy way out! We think it's the result of nine years of effort, and we're so happy that she said that.   

Let's come to 'AG! Calling.' When you guys first started singing about " seishun ," you were treating it as something light, something you guys were having fun with. But in this album, you're calling it your destiny, which has a finality and weight to it. Can you describe the evolution of this concept?

Rin: This is not like a result of getting somewhere. From the initial stage, we've had seishun as a philosophy, and we were having fun and enjoying the moment. Rather than being a final point, AG! Calling [represents] our nine-year trajectory: all our experiences of having fun, receiving and giving the power [of youth]. It's like a resumé: this is Atarashii Gakko !, and this is our power. This is us now. From this point, we will keep moving forward. That's what we want people to see. That's why we're flying and floating [on the album visuals].  

On your early releases, your songs talked about problems that teens and high school students have. But now, you've grown into adulthood. How has the concept of " seishun " evolved in this aspect?  

Suzuka : That's also a coincidence because " Nainainai " was kind of like our first record [under 88Rising] — like a presentation of what we were. We were teenagers too. We were more fresh , we were younger, we were going to school and everything. But now we're facing the world. We are speaking to more people, not only teenagers, so we wanted to focus on the world [going] from a child to an adult . Maybe it was just the right timing.

How do you think this concept will evolve with you guys over time? Youth isn't something that stays with us forever.    

Kanon: In the first place, the "youth" that we were conveying had nothing to do with age. Maybe you think that " seishun " is only for teenagers, but our concept is for everyone. It does not depend on how old you are as long as you're living and enjoying the moment.    

Now that we're adults, we still have [ seishun ] because we're putting in all our efforts to live and enjoy to the maximum. Whatever the age, if people can enjoy the moment, that's seishun . That's the philosophy we've had from the beginning, so we haven't changed anything about that concept.  

What was the development of this album like? Where did you guys primarily work on this?  

Rin: We began last summer with "Tokyo Calling." 

Suzuka : I don't know exactly how long it was, because we’ve been bringing demos to LA for about two years. It's all mixed, because there were some demos that we didn't put in the last [album]. So we were like, 'Maybe we can change this song a little bit, we can release that one, can remix an old one or compose new ones." So, it's a mix - some are older, and some are new.

Mizyu : We don’t make demos for [specifically] this album or that record. We keep making trials and demos with our producers in LA and Japan, and maybe [the songs] can be on an album, but our style is always looking for new songs.   

I noticed that a lot of imagery on this album was inspired by heroes. When you performed "Tokyo Calling" on Jimmy Kimmel, the outfits were inspired by Ultraman. There are tracks like "Superhuman" or "Hero Show". What was the reason behind this?  

Mizyu : It's true that we are kind of like superheroes [in terms of] the performance and the uniforms. Maybe from our name as well – Atarashii Gakko no Leaders – you already get the ‘superhero’ vibe because we are trying to just have fun, but we are also helping you if you're sad or tired. We are giving you power. We are helping you, so "Superhuman" and "Hero Show" are the results of that.  

You collaborated with MILLI on the song "Drama." How did that happen? Had you heard her music before?  

Rin: Actually, "Drama" was kind of an old song we recorded by ourselves in LA a few years ago. We had this in stock for quite a long time. We were thinking of releasing it with maybe like a plus [factor] or something extra, so that's why we decided on the collaboration with MILLI. We didn't actually record with her, but for us the [final] song is still a fresh creation. But maybe in the future, we can get the chance to sing together or collaborate. There's more possibilities in the future.  

Let’s discuss "Forever Sisters," which focuses on your bond, especially in context of how much you have grown over the past few years. Did you feel like it was important to remind yourself of your relationship with each other?  

Suzuka : "Forever Sisters" is a very important song for us, because we made this song when we were visiting L.A. and working with Money Mark, and we kept working on it online [between] Japan and L.A. It's very special to us, so when we were thinking about the songs we wanted to put on the album, all four of us agreed that this song has to be on AG! Calling .

And also the message — we are more than friends, more than family. Our relationship is very special and very important. It's beyond anything [I can explain]. So this song had to be on AG! Calling , because we're starting a new journey going global.

Money Mark is a longtime collaborator for you guys, along with Yonkey and Pennacky . In some ways, some of these people were there as you were establishing your signature sound. So as you expanded globally, did you have conversations with them about how you wanted to develop your sound?  

Suzuka : Yes, we always keep having these kinds of conversations all the time. And from "OTONABLUE," our Japanese team with Yoshiyo Tamamura — they have a lot of knowledge about the music and what they want to show as Japanese culture, what they want people to perceive as Japan. [Songs like] "Omakase" and " Toriyanse " understand that very well. 

We keep having those conversations. The energy that the four of us have and how to go from this point on, they understand that and give us the sound, and we record it and put our lives into it. It's always a good session.  

You guys will celebrate your 10th anniversary next year. Any special plans?    

Suzuka : We still don't have the details of the 10th anniversary actually, because we are living in the present. We're thinking about this year's concerts, but for sure, we will have something big. Maybe [when] we're reaching the time when we start our 10th year, but right now we're not thinking about it.  

Sometimes, for your shows, you write Shuji calligraphy on paper and stick it all over the venue. In a video in 2021 , you did one such exercise where Rin wrote the Kanji for "Dream," Kanon wrote "Diligence," Mizyu wrote "Take a relaxing break," and Suzuka wrote "Life." If you had to do the same exercise again, what would you write?  

Suzuka : [To be honest] We're not sure what we wrote! Right now, if we had to write something, we're not very sure [of that either]. Maybe today, we write one kanji and tomorrow, it might change. That's the reality. We're not very sure what Kanji we will write individually.   

Rin: But [if we had to write something] as Atarashii Gakko !, we're very sure about that. The other day, in an event, we put up a big Shuji [calligraphy], like four meters by six meters, which we put together and we wrote AG! Calling . The word "calling" was written using the kanji for "Korin" in Japanese – that was very suitable, and very real as a group from us. So, as a group, we can say AG! Calling is what we will write.  

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The Environmental Impact Of Touring: How Scientists, Musicians & Nonprofits Are Trying To Shrink Concerts' Carbon Footprint

"It’s not just [about] a single tour, it’s every tour," singer Brittany Howard says of efforts to make concerts more sustainable. From the nonprofit that partnered with Billie Eilish, to an MIT initiative, the music industry aims to curb climate change.

Beloved by fans around the globe, yet   increasingly unaffordable   for many artists, concert tours are central to the world of entertainment and   local economies . After the pandemic-era   global shuttering of concert venues   large and small, tours are back, and bigger than ever.   

Taylor Swift ’s Eras Tour is   smashing records , selling more than four million tickets and earning more than $1 billion. But that tour made headlines for another reason: as reported in   Business Insider   and other outlets, for a six-month period in 2023, Swift’s two jets spent a combined 166 hours in the air between concerts, shuttling at most a total of 28 passengers.  

Against that backdrop, heightened concerns about the global environmental cost of concert touring have led a number of prominent artists to launch initiatives.   Those efforts seek both to mitigate the negative effects of touring and communicate messages about sustainability to concertgoers.  

A   2023 study   sponsored by Texas-based electricity provider Payless Power found that the carbon footprint of many touring bands was massive. In 2022, concert tours in five genres — country, classic rock, hip-hop/rap, metal and pop — were responsible for CO 2   emissions totaling nearly 45,000 metric tons. A so-called greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide contributes to climate change by radiative forcing; increased levels of CO 2   also contribute to health problems.   

No serious discussion of climate issues suggests a worldwide halt to live music touring, but there exists much room for improvement. Both on their own and with the help of dedicated nonprofit organizations, many artists are taking positive steps toward mitigating the deleterious effects that touring exerts upon the environment.   

Smart tour planning is one way to lessen an artist’s carbon footprint.   Ed Sheeran ’s 2022 European run minimized flights between concert venues, making that leg of his tour the year's most environmentally efficient. Total carbon dioxide emissions (from flights and driving) on Sheeran’s tour came to less than 150 metric tons. In contrast,   Dua Lipa ’s tour during the same period generated 12 times as much — more than 1800 metric tons — of CO 2 .   

In July, singer/songwriter and four-time GRAMMY nominee Jewel will embark on her first major tour in several years, alongside GRAMMY winner Melissa Etheridge . During the planning stage for the 28-city tour, Jewel suggested an idea that could reduce the tour’s carbon footprint.

"I always thought it was so silly and so wasteful — and so carbon footprint-negative — to have separate trucks, separate lighting, separate crews, separate hotel rooms, separate costs," Jewel says. She pitched the idea of sharing a backing band with Etheridge. "I’ve been trying to do this for 25 years," Jewel says with a laugh. "Melissa is the first person who took me up on it! "  

The changes will not only reduce the tour’s carbon footprint, but they’ll also lessen the cost of taking the shows on the road. Acknowledging that there are many opportunities to meet the challenges of touring’s negative impact upon the environment, Jewel emphasizes that “you have to find [solutions] that work for you.”

Sheeran and Jewel aren’t the only popular artists trying to make a difference. A number of   high profile   artists have become actively involved in creating the momentum for positive change. Those artists believe that their work on sustainability issues goes hand in hand with their role as public figures. Their efforts take two primary forms: making changes   themselves, and advocating for action among their fans.   

The Climate Machine  

Norhan   Bayomi   is an Egypt-born environmental scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a key member of the   Environmental Solutions Initiative , a program launched to address sustainable climate action. She’s also a recording artist in the trance genre, working under the name   Nourey .   

The ESI   collaborates with industry heavyweights   Live Nation, Warner Music Group and others as well with touring/recording acts like   Coldplay   to examine the carbon footprint of the music industry. A key component of the ESI is the   Climate Machine , a collaborative research group that seeks to help the live music industry reduce carbon emissions. "As a research institution, we bring technologies and analytics to understand, in the best way possible, the actual impact of the music industry upon climate change," says John Fernández, Director of the ESI.   

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"I’m very interested in exploring ways that we can   bridge between   environmental science, climate change and music fans,"   Bayomi   says. She explains that the tools at the ESI’s disposal include "virtual reality, augmented reality and generative AI," media forms that can communicate messages to music fans and concertgoers. Fernández says that those endeavors are aimed at "enlisting, enabling and inspiring people to get engaged in climate change."  

The Environmental Solutions Initiative cites Coldplay as a high-profile success. The band and its management issued an   "Emissions Update" document   in June 2024, outlining   its   success at achieving their goal of reducing direct carbon emissions from show production, freight, band and crew travel.   The established target was a 50 percent cut in emissions compared to Coldplay’s previous tour; the final result was a 59 percent reduction between their 2022-23 tour and 2016-17 tour.   

A significant part of that reduction came as a result of a   renewable-energy   based battery system that powers audio and lights. The emissions data in the update was reviewed and independently validated by MIT’s Fernández.   

Change Is Reverberating  

Guitarist Adam Gardner is a founding member of Massachusetts-based indie rockers   Guster , but he's more than just a singer in a rock band. Gardner is also the co-founder of   REVERB , one of the organizations at the forefront of developing and implementing climate-focused sustainability initiatives.   

Founded in 2004 by Gardner and his wife, environmental activist Lauren Sullivan,   REVERB  began   with a goal of making touring more sustainable; over the years its focus has expanded to promote industry-wide changes. Today, the organization promotes sustainability throughout the   industry  in   partnership with music artists, concert venues and festivals.   

REVERB initiatives have included efforts to eliminate single-use plastics at the California Roots Music & Arts Festival, clean energy projects in cooperation with   Willie Nelson   and   Billie Eilish , and efforts with other major artists. Gardner has seen sustainability efforts grow over two decades  

"It’s really amazing to see the [change] with artists, with venues, with fans," Gardner says. "Today, people are not just giving lip service to sustainable efforts; they really want to do things that are real and measurable."   

The   Music Decarbonization Project   is one tangible example of REVERB’s successes. "Diesel power is one of the dirtiest sources of power," Gardner explains. "And it’s an industry standard to power festival stages with diesel generators." Working with   Willie Nelson , the organization helped switch the power sources at   his   annual Luck Reunion to clean energy. At last year’s festival, Nelson’s headlining stage drew 100 percent of its power from solar-powered batteries. "We set up a temporary solar farm," Gardner says, "and the main stage didn’t have to use any diesel power."   

Billie Eilish was another early supporter of the initiative. "She helped us launch the program," Gardner says. Eilish’s   set at Lollapallooza 2023   drew power from solar batteries, too.   

With such high-profile successes as a backdrop, Gardner believes that REVERB is poised to do even more to foster sustainable concerts and touring. "Our role now," he says, "isn’t just, ‘Hey, think about this stuff.’ It’s more how do we push farther, faster?"   

Adam Gardner believes that musicians are uniquely positioned to help make a difference where issues of sustainability are concerned. "When you’re a musician, you’re connecting with fans heart-to-heart. That’s what moves people. And that’s where the good stuff happens."   

Small-scale, individual changes can make a difference — especially when they’re coordinated and amplified among other concertgoers. Gardner provides real-world examples. "Instead of buying a plastic bottle, I brought my reusable and filled it up. Maybe I carpooled to the show." Conceding that such steps might seem like drops of water in a giant pool, he emphasizes the power of scale. "When you actually multiply [those things for] just one summer tour, it adds up," he says. "And it reminds people, ‘You’re not alone in this;   you’re   part of a community that’s taking action."   

Gardner understands that REVERB’s arguments have to be framed the right way to reach concertgoers.   "Look," he admits, "It’s a concert. We’re not here to be   a buzzkill . Our [aim] now is making sure people don’t lose hope." He says that REVERB and its partners seek to demonstrate that, with collective action and cultural change, there is reason for optimism.   

"There’s a wonderful feedback loop between hope and action," Gardner says with a smile. "You can’t really have one without the other."   

Sustainable Partnerships  

Tanner Watt is Director of Partnerships at REVERB; he works directly with touring artists to develop, coordinate and implement initiatives that bring together his organization’s objectives and the specific personal concerns of the artists. "I get to come up with all the fun, big ideas," he says with a wide smile.   

Watt acknowledges that like every concertgoer, each touring artist has a certain level of responsibility where sustainability is concerned.   "And everyone can be doing something," he says, noting a number of straightforward actions that artists can put in place while on tour.   "They can eliminate single-use waste. They can donate hotel toiletries that [would otherwise] hit the landfill."   

Watt stresses that artists can lead by example. "Nobody wants to listen to an artist telling them what to do if they’re not doing it themselves," he says. "But we believe that everybody cares about something." He suggests that if an artist has cultivated a following, "Why not use [that platform] to be that change you want to see in the world?"   

Each artist has his or her own specific areas of concern, but Watt says that there’s a base level of "greening" that takes place on every REVERB-affiliated tour. Where things go from there is up to the artist, in coordination with REVERB. Watt mentions Billie Eilish and her tour’s sustainability commitment. "The Venn diagram of food security, community health, access to healthy food, and the impact on the planet is a big cause for her," he says. " So   there’s plant-based catering for her entire crew, across the entire tour."  

Speaking to   Billboard , Eilish's mother Maggie Baird said championing sustainability starts with artists. "If artists are interested, it does really start with them telling their teams that they care and that it’s foremost in their thoughts." In the same conversation, Eilish called the battle for sustainability "a never-ending f–king fight."   

Watt acknowledges that with so many challenges, it’s important for a concerned artist to focus on the issues that move them the most, and where they can make the biggest difference. " Jack Johnson   is   a great example," he says. While Johnson is a vocal advocate for many environmental issues, on tour he focuses on two (in Watt’s words) "cause umbrellas": single-use plastics solutions and sustainable community food systems. Each show on the tour hosts tables representing local nonprofit organizations, presenting concertgoers with real-world, human-scale solutions to those specific challenges.   

Four-time GRAMMY winner   Brittany Howard   is another passionate REVERB partner. "Knowing that I wanted to make my tours more sustainable was a start," she tells GRAMMY.com, "but working with REVERB really helped me bring it to life on the road. REVERB has helped us with guidelines and a green rider to keep our stage, greenrooms and buses more sustainable."  

After listing several other specific ways that her tour supports sustainability, Howard notes, "By supporting these efforts, I am helping ensure future generations have access to clean water, fish, and all that I love about the outdoors." A dollar from every ticket sold to a Brittany Howard concert goes toward support of REVERB’s Music Decarbonization project. "I’m also excited to see industry-wide efforts that are reducing the carbon pollution of live music," Howard continues. "Because it’s not just [about] a single tour, it’s   every   tour."  

There’s a popular aphorism: "You can’t manage what you can’t measure."   From its start, REVERB has sought not only to promote change, but to measure its success.   "As long as I’ve been at REVERB, we’ve issued   impact reports ," says Tanner Watt. "We include data   points, and   give the report to the artists so they understand what we’ve done together." He admits that some successes are more tangible than others, but that it’s helpful to focus on the ones that can be quantified. "We’re very excited that our artists share those with their fans."   

Watt is clear-eyed at the challenges that remain. "Even the word ‘sustainable’ can be misleading," he concedes, suggesting that the only truly sustainable tour is the one that doesn’t happen. "But if folks don’t step it up and change the way we do business in every industry — not just ours — we’re going to get to a place where we’re forced to make sacrifices that   aren’t   painless." Getting that message across is REVERB’s aim. "We can’t stop the world," Watt says. " So   we find ways to approach these things positively."   

Watt says that the fans at concerts featuring Jack Johnson and the   Dave Matthews Band   — both longtime REVERB partners — are already on board with many of the sustainability-focused initiatives which those artists promote. "But there are lots of artists — and lots of fan bases — out there that aren’t messaged to, or have been mis-messaged to," he says.   "I’m really excited to find more ways to expand our reach to them, beyond mainstream pop music.   Because these are conversations that are meaningful for everyone, regardless of political affiliation or other beliefs."   

Reimagining The Planet’s Future  

Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Met does more than front   AJR , the indie pop trio he founded in 2005 with brothers Jack and Ryan. Met has a PhD in sustainable development and is a climate activist; he's also the founder/Executive Director of   Planet Reimagined , a nonprofit that promotes sustainability and activism through its work with businesses, other organizations and musicians.   

"I’ve spent years traveling around the world, seeing the direct impact of climate change," Met says. He cites two recent and stark examples. "When we pulled up to a venue in San Francisco, the band had to wear gas masks going from the bus into the venue, because of forest fires," he says. AJR’s road crew had to contend with a flash flood in Athens, Greece that washed out their hotel. "And in Rome, some of our crew members fainted because of the heat."   

Encouraged by representatives from the United Nations, Met launched Planet Reimagined. Met’s approach focuses on tailored, city-specific actions to empower fans and amplify diverse voices in the climate movement. Through social media and live shows, Met strives to galvanize climate activism among AJR fans. And the methods he has developed can be implemented by other touring artists.   

Met points out that one of the most climate-unfriendly parts of the entire concert tour enterprise is fans traveling to and from the concerts. And that’s something over which the artist has little or no control. What they can do, he says, is   try   to educate and influence. Working closely with Ticketmaster and other stakeholders, Met’s nonprofit initiated a study — conducted from July to December 2023, with   results published in April 2024   — to explore the energy that happens at concerts. "In sociology," he explains, "that energy is called collective effervescence." The study’s goal is to find ways to channel that energy toward advocacy and action.   

Polling a quarter million concertgoers across musical genres, the study collected data on attitudes about climate change. "Seventy-three percent of fans who attend concerts believe that climate change is real, and that we need to be doing more about it," Met says. "Seventy-eight percent have already taken some sort of action in their lives." He believes that if his organization can activate even a fraction of the estimated 250 million people annually who attend concerts around the globe, "that’s the ballgame."   

Met’s goal is to do more than, say, get concertgoers to switch from plastic to paper drinking straws. "At   scale   those things make a difference. But people want to see actions where there’s a track record," he says; a return on investment.   

AJR will be putting a plan into action   on   the second half of their upcoming arena tour.   Part of the initiative is encouraging concertgoers to register to vote, and then actually vote.   Beyond that, Met has specific actions in mind. "At every single stop, we’re putting together materials around specific policies that are being debated at the local level," he explains. "We give people a script right there, so they can call their elected representative and say, ‘I want you to vote [a certain way on this issue].’"   

He believes the initiative will lead to thousands of people contacting – and hopefully influencing – their representatives.   With regard to sustainability issues, Met is convinced that "the most impact that you can have as an artist is when you give fans ways to pick up the mantle themselves."  

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10 Acts You Can't Miss At Bonnaroo 2024: Four Tet, Teezo Touchdown, Chappell Roan & More

From acts that embody the classic jam band spirit like Joe Russo’s Almost Dead to fan favorites like Idles, read on for 10 must-see sets at Bonnaroo 2024.

Anyone who’s been to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, which returns June 13-16 for its 21st edition, will know that the Manchester, Tennessee festival can be a marathon.   

High summer temperatures and humidity, often some rain and mud, and more than 100 artists to navigate over four full days — three of which extend with late-night sets that run until nearly 4 a.m. But, veteran Roo attendees also know that it’s well worth enduring.  

Of the myriad fests held each year, few have the sense of community felt at Bonnaroo. Perhaps it’s due to the fact that the majority of the roughly 90,000 attendees are camping, meaning that no matter what happens, they’re all in it together. Or maybe it has to do with the fest’s self-generated “Bonnaroovian code,” which implores festgoers to “radiate positivity” throughout.

During the early aughts, a huge part of the bonding experience arrived during cross-generational legacy artist sets — often classic rock legends or big time jam bands closing out the fest’s final day — including Elton John , Paul McCartney , Tom Petty , Billy Joel , Phish , Widespread Panic and the String Cheese Incident. As primary ticket buyer age demographics shifted, so did the lineups, particularly with regard to headliners, who began leaning more prominently toward pop, hip-hop and EDM. This year’s finale sets feature Pretty Lights (playing two full back-to-back sets on June 13 plus a sunrise set two nights later), Post Malone , Fred again.. and Red Hot Chili Peppers (the one top-line exception as they’re arguably a legacy act at this point).  

Of course, there are plenty of performers amongst the lineup’s incredibly diverse undercard that still embody the classic jam band spirit, and even more newcomers or rising stars that encompass a mind boggling range of musical styles. Read on to get the inside line on 10 must-see artists who fall into the latter category.  

Say She She

If you’re angling to find a dance party to get your blood pumping on the first day of the fest, look no further than Brooklyn-based Say She She . Fronted by three women — Piya Malik (formerly of Chicano Batman), Sabrina Mileo Cunningham and Nya Gazelle Brown — Say She She produce flawless harmonies over what they describe as “ discodelic soul.”

At their core, they sound like Nile Rogers and Chic, who they’ve candidly owned as chief influences (to the point where Rogers reached out to personally give them a nod). There’s sometimes bits of ABBA vibes sprinkled in, but all that said, their sound is hardly a rip-off. The music certainly pays tribute to classic disco, but with elements of 90s R&B and neo-soul, it comes across as fresh, unfiltered and — on the strength of three voices harnessing incredible range — capable of moving in countless other sonic directions. They’re two albums in (sophomore full-length Silver was released last year) and already garnering shining reviews; now’s the time to catch an act in a small tent before they assuredly graduate to bigger stages.

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Abby Holliday

Indie rock is a fine general description for the music of singer/songwriter Abby Holliday, but it’s difficult to put her style in one box. Sure, a lot of the music on her 2023 sophomore album I’M OK NO I’M NOT sounds quite a bit like boygenius , but it dares to go further. Holliday incorporates unexpected elements like autotune vocals, which often resonate like Bon Iver and at other times more closely resemble the hooks from popular hip-hop songs.

Amid the gentle melodies and distinctly emotional lyrics are bursts of heaviness and exuberant energy, which in all likelihood will translate to a magnetic set to help kick off the Roo roster on June 14. One can only imagine how triumphant it might feel to play an essentially hometown fest of this magnitude (Holliday is based in Nashville, about an hour’s drive west). It’s almost a sure bet it will be a milestone moment worth witnessing.   

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead

The first Bonnaroo in 2002 was headlined by Trey Anastasio , moe . and Widespread Panic (among others), and slowly but surely, Bonnaroo has veered away from those jam band-heavy roots. But there’s always something in the mix harkening back to those origins, and this year it’s unmistakably Joe Russo’s Almost Dead.

The five-piece group was conceived in 2013 by its namesake drummer / singer along with another jam rock veteran, Ween bassist Dave Dreiwitz , and has since established itself as one of the foremost Grateful Dead tribute bands (they play other tunes, but the Dead are the main focus ). The last Grateful Dead-oriented performance at Roo was Dead and Company’s back-to-back double sets in 2016, so if you’re looking to experience some long-awaited old school Roo vibes among the fest’s veteran fans, make sure to pop by JRAD’s show on June 14.  

Gary Clark Jr.

With the March release of latest album JPEG raw , Austin, Texas-bred guitar hero and four-time GRAMMY winner Gary Clark Jr. seems intent on breaking out of the blues mold — a common blanket description for his catalog spanning nearly two decades. On his fourth full-length, he delves deep into hip-hop, classic R&B (notably with a feature from living legend Stevie Wonder on “What About the Children”) and even traditional African music. If you’ve listened closely to Clark’s music all along, you’d know that he’s always incorporated a slew of styles, but his recent recordings represent the most overt effort to exude his sonic diversity.

One thing that hasn’t changed over the years — which will doubtless be on full display during his Bonnaroo appearance — is Clark’s penchant for superb shredding. You already know this if you’ve seen him live, and for all the newcomers, get ready for your jaw to drop for the duration of his hour-long set on June 14.

Read more: Gary Clark, Jr. On 'JPEG RAW': How A Lockdown Jam Session, Bagpipes & Musical Manipulation Led To His Most Eclectic Album Yet

Cage the Elephant

Kentucky-bred outfit Cage the Elephant delivers one of the most riveting rock shows around. With his Iggy Pop- esque antics — never not running and writhing from end to end and often standing atop the audience — frontman Matt Shultz’s stage presence alone is enough to rile up thousands of fest fans at any time of day.

That’s been the standard since they put out their 2008 self-titled debut, and based on the decidedly anthemic indie-rock sonics of just-released sixth full-length Neon Pill (plus the fact that they’ll be only a little more than a month into touring and imbued with a fresh burst of boisterousness), there’s every chance the band’s June 15 main stage set will manifest as an explosive Roo moment not-to-be-missed.  

Teezo Touchdown

Hailing from the small, unsuspecting East Texas city of Beaumont, rapper, singer/songwriter and producer Teezo Touchdown (born Aaron Lashane Thomas) only launched his professional career eight years ago. But within the past four years, he’s become a household name among contemporary rappers. His 2023 debut album How Do You Sleep at Night? notably featured 10-time GRAMMY nominee Janelle Monáe ; in the years preceding, he’d already collaborated with Travis Scott , Tyler, the Creator , and Lil Yachty . He performed to his largest audience as a guest at this year’s Coachella during Doja Cat ’s headlining sets to perform their single “MASC.”

Yet, his impressive set of credentials isn’t the main reason you should include him on your Bonnaroo schedule. He’s an enigmatic performer: sporting his signature wig of nails and flower bouquet-enshrouded microphone, he switches seamlessly from sharp raps to ear worm singing. There’s never a lapse in his on-stage energy, assurance that his early evening set on June 15 will provide a surefire pick-me-up to help push through the remainder of the marathon fest.

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Jake Wesley Rogers

Jake Wesley Rogers has come a tremendously long way from his first spotlight at age 15 on "America’s Got Talent" in 2012 (where he was eliminated). He supported Kesha on her Only Love Tour in 2023, and now he’s opening the main stage on the final day of Bonnaroo.  

The Missouri native’s rise to budding star, built upon four EPs and a handful of standalone singles, is well deserved. On stage, Rogers absolutely belts a soulful, goosebumps-inducing tenor, and he performs with all the glamorous energy of a young Elton John (even sporting similarly flamboyant sunglasses and climbing atop his piano while banging on the keys). Muster the energy to get on the field early after three days, or you might regret missing a pivotal moment for an artist who’s likely on his way to fest headliner status.

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For the past decade or so, post-punk has seen a significant resurgence, and on the surface it may appear that England’s Idles are one of the bands leading the charge, but they’ve staunchly rejected the descriptor. Vocalist Joe Talbot said it directly in a recent interview with British daily newspaper the Times : “We’re not a punk band.”

There’s ample evidence of that on their fifth album, 2023’s Tangk , which delves into new sonic territory with songs like “Dancer,” where the band mixed in elements of art-pop via collaboration with LCD Soundsystem 's James Murphy and Nancy Whang. Backtrack to third album Ultra Mono (released in 2020 at the height of the pandemic) and you’ll hear that they were already veering away from the punk rock mold with distinct elements of hip-hop and other styles on songs like “Grounds.”

All that said, their shows resonate with the in-your-face energy of punk rock, yet they stand out significantly among other bands of the genre by exuding an overwhelmingly positive, unifying spirit. Many fans have described their show as something akin to church, and with the group at the top of their game and at a festival that already historically proliferates such a mindset, their Bonnaroo appearance on June 15 is certain to be one for the books.  

Read more: IDLES Chatter With Joe Talbot: How The British Rockers Get Personal, Political & Festival Filthy  

Chappell Roan

Chappell Roan is having a major moment. The 26-year-old electro-pop singer/songwriter (real name: Kayleigh Rose Amstutz) immediately became a viral sensation when she dropped her song “Die Young” on YouTube at age 17. Now — after releasing debut album The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess (a nod to her Missouri origins) in 2023 and opening for Olivia Rodrigo on her Guts World Tour earlier this year — she’s become one of the most anticipated artists at 2024 festivals nationwide.

Roan, which Amstutz equates to a sex-positive drag persona, performs with supreme professionalism, and her ability to deliver pristine vocals while exhibiting unerring athleticism (high kicks aplenty) proliferates non-stop audience engagement. Her fans are diehards who belt out every word, and with a relatively small platform at Bonnaroo in a tent on June 16, she’s sure to draw one of the most overflowing audiences of the weekend. If you wanna get anywhere close to the stage (and you should), make sure to arrive early.

Read more: Chappell Roan's Big Year: The 'Midwest Princess' Examines How She Became A Pop "Feminomenon"  

It’s almost a disservice that electronic musician/producer Four Tet is slated for a late afternoon/early evening set at Bonnaroo, a couple of hours before sunset. His hypnotic and experimental yet highly danceable compositions lend themselves to a late-night performance packed with spellbinding lights cutting through the darkness to illuminate the pulsating crowd. 

On the other hand, he boasts a legendary reputation for live sets, plus a prolific catalog that spans more than 20 years and 12 studio albums, including this year’s Three . As a whole, it's a discography that can cater to not only electronica fanatics, hip-hop heads (note his many collaborations with Madlib ) and experimental enthusiasts. To boot, there’s potential for some special moments during his appearance on June 16. Four Tet has previously played alongside the final night’s headliner Fred again.. , so the potential for that guest spot alone might make it even more worth it to prioritize his performance.  

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Launches Friday, May 19 th  & Saturday, May 20 th in Los Angeles at The Kia Forum

Through  friday, july 14 th  & saturday, july 15 th in san francisco at oracle park, seated presale fan registration open now  here, tickets on sale friday, october 14 th  @ 10 am local time.

DEAD & COMPANY  is launching its   2023 summer tour on Friday, May 19 th  and Saturday, May 20 th  in Los Angeles at the Kia Forum with dates running through Friday, July 14 th  and Saturday, July 15 th  when the tour ends in San Francisco at Oracle Park.  The band  – Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer,  and  Bob Weir,  with  Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti –  will perform two sets of music drawing from the Grateful Dead’s historic catalog of songs. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning  Friday, October 14 th   @  10 AM  local venue time through  deadandcompany.com . A full listing of tour dates can be found below.

The highly-anticipated 2023 summer tour, produced by Live Nation, will be the band’s final tour since forming in 2015. Highlights include the tour-opening back-to-back concerts at the  KIA FORUM  in Los Angeles (Friday, May 19 th  & Saturday, May 20 th ), as well as doubleheaders at  WRIGLEY FIELD  in Chicago (Friday, June 9 th  & Saturday, June 10 th );  SARATOGA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER  in Saratoga Springs, NY (Saturday, June 17 th  & Sunday, June 18 th );  CITI FIELD  in NYC (Wednesday, June 21 st  & Thursday, June 22 nd ); and  THE GORGE  in George, WA (Friday, July 7 th  & Saturday, July 8 th ); an epic return to  FENWAY PARK  in Boston, MA (Sunday, June 25 th ); the band’s first-ever three-night stand at  FOLSOM FIELD  in Boulder, CO (Saturday, July 1 st , Sunday, July 2 nd , & Monday, July 3 rd ); and the tour finale – a two-night debut at  ORACLE PARK  in San Francisco (Friday, July 14 th  & Saturday, July 15 th ). A full listing of the 2023 tour dates can be found below.

To ensure that tickets get directly into the hands of fans, advance presale registration is now available  HERE powered by Seated. The Artist Presale begins Wednesday, October 12 th  at noon local venue time and runs through Thursday, October 13 th  at 10 PM local venue time. Advance registration does not guarantee tickets. Supplies are limited. 

Guests who prefer an enhanced experience for this memorable Dead & Company tour can purchase a variety of VIP and Travel Packages. Packages include seamless venue access, early GA entry, pre-show lounge with food and a cash bar, exclusive merchandise, or travel packages for multi-night runs in various cities. Packages from 100X Hospitality will go on sale October 12 th  at noon local venue time. For full details, click  HERE .

Dead & Company and Activist will continue their work with longtime sustainability partner REVERB to reduce the summer tour’s environmental footprint and engage fans to take action for people and the planet. More details at  REVERB.org .

Dead & Company  was formed in 2015 when the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir joined forces with artist and musician John Mayer, Allman Brothers’ bassist Oteil Burbridge, and Fare Thee Well and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, and quickly became one of the most successful touring bands year over year. Since its formation, the band has completed seven tours and became a record-breaking stadium act when it set Wrigley Field’s all-time concert attendance for a single concert, which still holds to this day. Having toured consistently since its 2015 debut, the band has held 164 concerts, performed 143 unique songs and has played to nearly four million fans.

Dead & Company has headlined iconic stadiums across the country including Fenway Park, Citi Field, Gillette Stadium, Folsom Field, Dodger Stadium, Wrigley Field, and Autzen Stadium, as well as multiple night-stands at Madison Square Garden, the Forum, Hollywood Bowl, and Shoreline Amphitheatre. Between tours, Dead & Company hosts its annual “Playing in the Sand,” an all-inclusive concert vacation that features multiple nights of Dead & Company on an intimate beach in Mexico.

Across all tours at the band’s legendary Participation Row, the Dead & Company community has taken more than 100,000 actions in support of various local non-profits and national social impact organizations and causes including voter registration with HeadCount and environmental actions with REVERB. Since 2015, efforts on tour have eliminated the use of 100,000 single-use plastic water bottles at shows and raised funds to support climate justice and carbon reduction projects which prevented 33,700 tonnes of CO2e from entering the atmosphere, the equivalent of 83.5 million miles driven by gas-powered cars. Throughout the seven tours the total raised directly from the band as well as fan auctions and other efforts is now over $3 million, providing direct support to HeadCount, REVERB and the Dead Family non-profit organizations, as well as the non-profit ocean conservation organization Oceana and MusiCares among others. 

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