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Dead & Company extends residency at Las Vegas’ Sphere

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Due to popular demand, Dead & Company have extended their Las Vegas Sphere residency by adding six shows this August. Per Billboard, the “Dead Forever – Live at Sphere” residency in Las Vegas expands with two weekends of back-to-back dates, bringing the total number of residency shows to 30. Dead & Company’s previously announced, 24-date residency began May 16 and was expected to run through July 13.

The new Dead & Company shows are set to take place Aug. 1-3 and Aug. 7-10. The “must-see” immersive experience celebrates the legacy of the Grateful Dead, combining their songbook with the Sphere’s technical spectacles. The band — comprised of Grateful Dead founding member guitarist/singer Bob Weir and longtime drummer/percussionist Mickey Hart, as well as John Mayer, Jeff Chimenti and Oteil Burbridge — formed in 2015, and performs a unique setlist during each weekend’s shows at the 20,000-capacity state-of-the-art venue. Co-founder drummer Bill Kreutzmann was originally part of the band as well, but he exited in 2023, before the band kicked off what it called its “final tour” last summer.

For ticket information, head here.

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