"This is more fun than a frog in a glass of milk!", wrote Bob Weir on Instagram as he announced #BobWeirandWolfBros 20-date U.S. Spring tour. It has been reported Bobby is extremely satisfied with the direction, "Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros" is going and for the pleasure of Deadheads everywhere that means more shows. Keep checking back on smrtraveled.com as we report the latest Grateful Dead and Dead and Company news! IG: @smrtraveled
2/28 Itacha, NY
3/1 Northampton, MA
3/2 Wallingford, CT
3/4 Cleveland, OH
3/5 Detroit, MI
3/6 Cincinnati, OH
It was in the hills of the beautiful Colorado Rockies that we once again woke up. A flatland laid before us, as we had spent the night before at the foot of boulders and stone. Each one of us had spent the night in a hammock, in odd spots due to the sparse trees. I looked over at Erich’s, and the two thin trees he managed to find were both bending inwards upon him. I rubbed the sleep out of my eyes, did my business in some bushes nearby, and rustled the others awake.
It is upon us! John Mayer teased a tour announcement earlier this week; so it was no surprise that a full tour announcement was upon us.. But now it's official! The tour seems to hit many familiar places; Shoreline, The Gorge, Deer Creek, Wrigley Field, SPAC, the Hollywood Bowl.. Always pushing to new venues, Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas is a new spot on the psychedelic map for Dead and Company to trailblaze.
The boys start with a two night run at Shoreline Amphitheater, on May 31st/June 1st, then move up the coastline to the classic Hollywood Bowl, to return...