The Days Between - Tour Ticket
Calling All Deadheads!
The Hamilton Live is excited to present The Days Between, a special concert series celebrating Jerry Garcia's 75th birthday. The lineup includes a variety of Grateful Dead family, friends, and tribute acts. Beginning on Jerry’s birthday, Live Dead '69 will perform with featured original Dead keyboardist Tom Constanten. Midnight North, the Americana jam band founded by Grahame Lesh (son of Phil Lesh), will make their debut performance on our stage the following night. Holly Bowling is opening both nights with her solo piano renditions of Dead classics. On August 3, Baltimore's own Cris Jacobs, former front man for popular rock group The Bridge, will appear with John Ginty & Friends. Friday night the San Francisco-by-way-of-New Orleans funk jam outfit, Honey Island Swamp Band, is performing a special Jerry-themed set. Splintered Sunlight, who performed on our stage for Jerry's Birthday last year, will kick off the weekend followed by a Sunday night performance from Box of Rain, a tribute to the Grateful Dead's musical period from 1968-1974. Finally the run ends with a special acoustic performance by Dark Stat Orchestra on Tuesday, August 9th, the 22nd anniversary of Jerry's passing!
Tickets for all 7 of these shows are on sale now. If you're like us, there's no such thing as too many shows, which is why we are also offering a limited number of The Days Between - Tour Ticket passes. Each pass grants you a ticket to the first six shows of the series, which includes:
August 1: Live Dead '69 with Holly Bowling
August 2: Midnight North with Holly Bowling
August 3: Cris Jacobs, John Ginty, & Friends
August 4: Honey Island Swamp Band
August 5: An Evening with Splintered Sunlight
August 6: An Evening with Box of Rain
Please note that Tour Tickets DO NOT grant you access to the August 9 Dark Star Orchestra performance. In addition to admission, each tour ticket will receive 1 limited edition The Days Between poster and 1 limited edition The Days Between laminate & lanyard. Plus, as a tip of the hat to the Deadhead tradition of show taping, each purchaser will also receive a thumb drive containing digital recordings from the soundboard of all 7 shows. Seated passes start at $119.00 and standing tickets start at $89.00 per person.