Just announced, so  Deadheads, get your 3X5 cards ready, and decorate some envelopes!
(we hear they LOVE Deadheadland themed envelopes!!!)

Phil Lesh is an amazing talent, and what a joy to have him playing his bass better than ever lately! A new groove was brewing, as his energy and love for playing live Grateful Dead was refreshed a little over a year ago when Phil and a reformed Dead played several Obama campaign benefits and then in January 2oo9  The Dead played at the Presidential Inauguration !

After the Inaugural Ball, Phil and The Dead went onto do an absolutely stunning Spring Tour in 2009 , and then capped it off with a landmark show at the Rothbury Festival on the 4th of July.   Rumors were flying in Michigan that Phil wanted off the road, despite his words at the end of their Rothbury encore of “See you next year”..  but we all knew his big seven-oh was just down the road a year… would he want to take a break, and  slow it down?  Still… Phil seems to be having more fun than ever playing, and in the occaisonal three man mini jams, he and Bobby were crystalizing this new sound…

 Phil Lesh playing at the Throckmorton Theater on 12/10/2010Furthur was announced, the first three nights in Oakland. On September 19th,  debut of Furthur,  blew away the faithful and the hateful – as Phil and The Dead’s  rhythm ace Bobby Weir were joined by the one and only John Kadlecik of Dark Star Orchestra, along with Dead and Ratdog keyboard shredder Jeff Chimenti, Ratdog’s rockin Jay Lane and The Duo’s Joe Russo on drumz… The Furthur train continued… Fairfax stealth… 5 night east coast run… New Years and the night before… the stealth rehearsals in Mill Valley before and after NYE… a full Winter tour coming in February, with Furthur’s northbound train starting in Florida on 2/5 in Miami, then Orlando. Onto Georgia>North Carolina>Virginia>New York;  several stops in the northeast (Ithica NY, Manchester NH, Newark, DE) ;  3 nights at Radio City in NYC, and a vist to  Atlantic City, Furthur takes a couple big hops to the west (Chicago>Denver>Portland) and then south into California for…



March 12, 2010
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA.
Mail Order begins on 1/16/2010 – details on www.GDTStoo.com

Full details NOW on www.furthur.net

and as always, everybody’s playin’ in the Heart of Gold band…
strangers helping strangers…
as we celebrate our love that won’t fade away, we are also the eyes of the world.
This shown is a benefit for the Unbroken Chain Foundation with the proceeds going to Haiti Earthquake Relief.

From www.GDTSTOO.com:
(Ticket prices include $39.50 base price + $2.00 Homeless Connect fee + $4.00 via mail order/$9.00 via credit card service charge.)
The ticket prices that you pay including these fees are:
$45.50 General Admission via mail order
$50.50 General Admission via credit card
$129.00 Reserved VIP Seating via mail order (limited)
$134.00 Reserved VIP Seating via credit card (limited)
VIP seating includes a birthday poster signed by Phil and Bob, access to the VIP lounge, and a Birthday T-shirt.
Reserved VIP seating is limited so if you will accept general admission seating please include 2 money orders in your mail order or state on your credit card form that you will accept general admission seating.mailThe first mail in dates and credit card form acceptance dates are Saturday, January 16 through Tuesday, January 19, 2010.

Please do not mail or fax in before Saturday, 12:00 AM PST, as you order may be canceled.
All orders will be filled on a first come, first serve basis, by postmark not when we receive your order.
Press Here For Mail Order Instructions
Press Here For Credit Card Form

We knew the West Coast would get more love.  And we have heard that this is not all the shows to be announced… But this is quite a lot, and we are so very Grateful .

Phil is almost 70!  Keep on rockin’ baby, you are an inspiration to us all!