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Have you ever wondered what those rainbow colored dancing bears were?
so damn happy about it?
Well, spit out those birks, go to the overdraft facility for the edibles your college-age daughter stabbed you on for sciatica, and try scrubbing the fact that John Mayer once got his dick up with a ” white racists “and dropped the N-word in an interview with Playboy a decade ago (and since then” apologized “for it) because the dead one is alive, baby!
Dead & Company – the offshoot of the Grateful Dead starring Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir, Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Chimenti and Mayer – are picking up where their 2020 itinerary was turned upside down by the pandemic. Since their inception in 2015, the band has grown into a record breaking stadium act, playing nearly 150 shows for an estimated 3.4 million fans and making $ 255.5 million thanks to the Grateful Dead’s huge catalog and millions of people who love batik and patchouli and still get goosebumps every time they hear “ripple” because it’s just so damn good.
For this hike, the band is once again partnering with Reverb’s unCHANGEit climate campaign, which is committed to offsetting the tour’s carbon footprint, including fan travel, by funding clean energy projects around the world and educating fans on how to manage their own carbon footprint can reduce. Save the
Planet, be a hippie.
Admission is on Friday, September 10th, at 7 pm in the DTE Energy Music Theater; 33 Bob Seger Dr., Clarkston; 313-471-7000; 313presentiert.com. Tickets are $ 51.50 +.
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