Dead & Company Summer Tour 2020
|Tour by Dead & Company|
|Start date||July 10, 2020|
|End date||August 8, 2020|
|No. of shows||17 (planned)|
|Dead & Company concert chronology|
Dead & Company Summer Tour 2020 was an upcoming concert tour by the rock band Dead & Company. It was supposed to be the continuation of the group's Summer Tour series and a followup to their 2019 Tour. The tour comprised 17 dates at 14 locations from July 10 to August 8, 2020. It was cancelled on April 21, 2020 as a response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
|July 10, 2020||Boulder||United States||Folsom Field||—||—|
|July 13||Maryland Heights||Hollywood Casino Amphitheater||—||—|
|July 15||Noblesville||Ruoff Music Center||—||—|
|July 17||Atlanta||Truist Park||—||—|
|July 18||Raleigh||Coastal Credit Union Music Park||—||—|
|July 20||Cincinnati||Riverbend Music Center||—||—|
|July 22||Clarkston||DTE Energy Music Theatre||—||—|
|July 24||Chicago||Wrigley Field||—||—|
|July 27||Cuyahoga Falls||Blossom Music Center||—||—|
|July 29||Hershey||Hersheypark Stadium||—||—|
|August 1||East Rutherford||MetLife Stadium||—||—|
|August 3||Saratoga Springs||Saratoga Performing Arts Center||—||—|
|August 5||Bristow||Jiffy Lube Live||—||—|
|August 7||Boston||Fenway Park||—||—|
- Bob Weir – guitar, vocals
- Mickey Hart – drums
- Bill Kreutzmann – drums
- John Mayer – guitar, vocals
- Oteil Burbridge – bass, percussion, vocals
- Jeff Chimenti – keyboards, vocals
- Reunions of the Grateful Dead
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