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Grateful Dead Ticket Prices

Average Price For 50th Anniversary Fare Thee Well Dates

Date Venue Avg Price Get-in Price
2-Day Pass @ Levi's Stadium $986.04 $297
6/27/2015 @ Levi's Stadium $1,169.79 $273
6/28/2015 @ Levi's Stadium $988.41 $256
3-Day Pass @ Soldier Field $3,681.31 $1,315
7/3/2015 @ Soldier Field $1,568.28 $487
7/4/2015 @ Soldier Field $1,382.41 $487
7/5/2015 @ Soldier Field $1386.31 $351

 



Hailed as the Godfathers of the jam band world, Grateful Dead built up a hugely devoted fanbase with a mind-expanding blend of space-rock, improvisational jazz and psychedelia. Formed in Palo Alto, California in 1965, the core line-up of guitarists Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh, keyboardist Ron ‘Pigpen’ McKernan and drummer Bill Kreutzmann initially began performing as The Warlocks before switching to their folk tale-inspired moniker following their move to a communal house in San Francisco.

The group gradually became one of the most popular live acts during the Summer of Love, but the likes of 1967’s eponymous debut and 1968’s Anthem of the Sun (the latter of which saw a second drummer, Mickey Hart, join the fray), failed to capture their appeal and as the decade drew to a close, they found themselves over $100,000 in debt to their Warner Bros. label. However 1970’s country/folk-tinged Workingman’s Dead and follow-up American Beauty managed to reverse their commercial fortunes, and thanks to an unrivalled commitment to touring, their army of ‘Deadheads’ continued to grow substantially. The first of many band tragedies stuck in 1973 when McKernan died of liver failure, and after releasing two records on their own Grateful Dead Records imprint, the group took a hiatus. On their return in 1976, the band recorded a number of underwhelming studio efforts for Arista Records, and following 1980’s Go To Heaven, spent the next seven years focusing entirely on their live shows. Out of nowhere, the group then crossed over to the MTV generation with 1987 comeback In The Dark, which even spawned a rare US Top 10 hit in the shape of lead single “Touch of Grey.”

The band never reached the same commercial heights again, but despite various health problems, remained a permanent fixture on the touring circuit, also joining Bob Dylan for a 1988 trek which spawned the live album, Dylan and the Dead. Following the death of founding member Garcia in 1995, the band announced their split but various members reunited for various side-projects over the next two decades including Furthur, The Other Ones and The Rhythm Devils. In 2015, Weir, Lesh, Kreutzmann and Hart announced they would be performing with Trey Anastasio, Jeff Chimenti and Bruce Hornsby for three Chicago shows in celebration of the band’s 50th anniversary.

In 2015 they announced five Fare Thee Well dates at Chicago's Soldier Field on July 3, 4, and 5, and Levi's Stadium in the San Francisco Bay Area on June 27 and 28.

Discography

Studio Albums

The Grateful Dead (1967)
Anthem of The Sun (1968)
Aoxomoxoa (1969)
Live/Dead (1969)
Working's Man Dead (1970)
American Beauty (1970)
Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses) (1971)
Europe 72 (1972)
History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear's Choice) (1973)
Wake of the Food (1973)
From the Mars Hotel (1974)
Blues for Allah (1975)
Steal Your Face (1976)
Terrapin Station (1977)
Shakedown Street (1978)
Go to Heaven (1980)
Reckoning (1981)
Dead Set (1981)
In the Dark (1987)
Dylan and the Dead (1989)
Built to Last (1989)
Without a Net (1990)

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Grateful Dead Ticket News

7-2-15: The Grateful Dead will begin its three-day stay at Soldier Field in Chicago tomorrow night. According to TicketIQ, the average price for a Grateful Dead three-day pass is now $1,572.49 and the cheapest available is $280 on the secondary market. The cheapest individual show will now be held on July 4, with tickets owning a secondary ticket average of $656.73 and get-in price starting at $215. The Dead’s opening show tomorrow night will be the most expensive at an average secondary price of $745.38 and a get-in price of $182.

7-1-15: This Friday, The Grateful Dead will play its first of three final shows at Soldier Field in Chicago. Ticket prices continue to fall on the secondary market, too, as three-day passes now average at $1,268.40, down 6.6% from last Monday’s average of $1,358.70. The cheapest available three-day pass is now listed for $490. If planning on attending an individual show, the cheapest comes on July 4, where tickets currently average at $531.12 and the get-in price starts at $143. The top-priced Soldier Field gig will be the band’s last on Sunday night. Grateful Dead tickets to the final Fare Thee Well show own a secondary ticket average of $632.85 and the get-in price starts at $161.

6-25-15: The Grateful Dead are just two days away from beginning the Fare Thee Well Tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Grateful Dead Levi’s Stadium two-day passes is now $332.29 and the cheapest available is priced at just $35. If planning to purchase individual-day tickets, the cheaper date comes on Sunday night with tickets averaging at $132.74 and get-in price starting at just $10. The first show on Saturday owns a secondary ticket average of $188.29 and the cheapest available ticket is $18.

6-23-15: The Grateful Dead are just days away from kicking off the Fare Thee Well Tour at Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium. Over the two-show affair, the average price for two-day passes to the Grateful Dead’s Bay Area gigs is $351.67 on the secondary market. The cheapest available two-day pass is now listed for $35. If planning to purchase individual day tickets, the opening show at Levi’s Stadium on Saturday owns a secondary ticket average of $174.66 and get-in price starts at $21. The following night, the average secondary price for tickets is $124.14 and the cheapest available ticket is just $12.

6-19-15: Eight days separate the Grateful Dead from beginning the Fare Thee Well Tour in Santa Clara, California. The iconic jam band is slated to play two shows at Levi’s Stadium next weekend and ticket prices are still falling steadily on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Grateful Dead tickets over the band’s two-day stay in the Bay Area is $205.30 on the secondary market. The band’s June 28 gig will be the cheaper of the two, with tickets averaging at $171.44 and get-in price starting at $21. One day prior, June 27 Grateful Dead tickets average at $241.96 and get-in price is $35.

6-17-15: Just 10 days remain before the Grateful Dead kick off the Fare Thee Well Tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The band is slated to play two shows there on June 27 and 28 before heading to the Midwest for three gigs at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago between July 3 and 5. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Grateful Dead tickets over the band’s five-show tour is now $424.15 on the secondary market. The most expensive show comes on July 5 at Soldier Field, where tickets average at $682.88 and get-in price starts at $196. Conversely, the cheapest gig will be held on June 28 at Levi’s Stadium. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $175.13 and a $22 get-in price.

6-15-15: Next weekend, the Grateful Dead begin the Fare Thee Well Tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The band will play two shows there on June 27 and 28 and the average price for Grateful Dead tickets is currently $223.93 on the secondary market. If searching for a two-day pass, the average price for a two-day pass is currently $1,587.75. It will be considerably cheaper to buy single-day passes, however, as get-in price for both shows starts as low as $50 for each.

6-11-15: The Grateful Dead are just two weeks away from kicking off the first batch of Fare Thee Well shows at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. According to TicketIQ, the average price for a 2-day pass to both Bay Area shows is now $1,913.70 and the cheapest available is $400. It will be significantly cheaper to buy individual day tickets, however, with June 27 tickets averaging at $267.58 and get-in price starting at $51. The following night, tickets own an average secondary price of $199.58 and $35. The surviving members of the iconic jam band then travel across the country to Chicago for three shows at Soldier Field Stadium the following weekend.

6-9-15: The highly-anticipated Fare Thee Well Tour will kick off at Levi’s Stadium later this month. The Grateful Dead will play two shows at the Santa Barbara venue before heading to Chicago’s Soldier Field for a three-night stay between July 3 and 5. Tickets to the band’s shows in San Francisco will be considerably cheaper than in Chicago. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Grateful Dead tickets to the two Levi’s Stadium shows is $213.67. Over the three-show affair in Chicago, Grateful Dead tickets average at $698.81, more than three times the average of the Bay Area gigs.

5-25-15: The Grateful Dead call the Bay Area home, but Fare Thee Well shows will be significantly less expensive compared to Chicago when they start on June 27. Grateful Dead tickets for the two shows at Levi’s Stadium currently have a combined average price of $253.50. It will cost just about the much to get into one of the Soldier Field shows that start on July 3. The combined average for the three shows in Chicago is $862.55. The get-in prices for the shows are $206, $217 and $252, respectively. It will cost as little as $60 and $42 for the two nights in Santa Clara.

5-16-15: The Grateful Dead continue to gear up for its upcoming shows at Levi’s Stadium and Soldier Field this summer. The iconic jam band is slated to play Levi’s Stadium twice at the end of June and will follow their Santa Clara stay with three consecutive shows at Chicago’s Soldier Field the following weekend. Ticket prices are significantly more expensive for the Chicago-based shows, with Grateful Dead tickets on the secondary market averaging at $920.05 over the three-show residency. That is 224% more expensive than the two-show stint at Levi’s, where tickets average at $283.94 on the resale market.

The most expensive individual date the band will play will be on July 4 at Soldier Field. That show currently sees tickets own a median price of $956.40 and the cheapest available ticket listed for $249. Conversely, the cheapest individual gig will be on June 28 at Levi’s Stadium, where secondary tickets average at $266.30 and get-in price starts at just $49.

All four remaining members recently appeared at the “Dear Jerry” concert in Baltimore this past Thursday. Celebrating the life of former member and late-musician Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Phil Krutzman each played individual sets in honor of Garcia at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. Though not all onstage together under the Dead moniker, fans fortunate enough to attend saw tickets average at $178.07 on the secondary market, significantly cheaper than all upcoming shows this summer.

4-24-15: The Grateful Dead’s upcoming shows at Soldier Field in Chicago will be streamed on pay-per-view, according to multiple reports. Those who couldn’t score tickets to the July shows can pay $29.95 each to stream the shows, while the band’s two shows at Levi’s Stadium will be cheaper to stream at $19.95 each. The Dead hit Levi’s Stadium on June 27 and 28, a week prior to their three-show stay in Chicago.

4-22-15: Ticket prices for the Grateful Dead’s upcoming shows at Levi’s Stadium continue to fall as more tickets become available on the secondary market. Both shows now see nearly 10,000 tickets for resale, and the average secondary price for Grateful Dead tickets is now $451.30.

4-20-15: Grateful Dead tickets for the band’s two shows at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara are posting significantly cheaper ticket prices than that of their three Chicago-based shows at Soldier Field. Over The Dead’s two-show stay at Levi’s, the average price for tickets is $612.79 on the secondary market, that’s 41.5% cheaper than the $1,048.56 average during their three shows at Soldier Field.

4-16-15: Tickets to the Grateful Dead’s upcoming pair of shows at Levi’s Stadium are beginning to hit the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Grateful Dead tickets over the band’s two San Francisco shows is $995.80. The cheapest ticket is currently listed for $257, which will be for the second show on June 28.

4-14-15: The Grateful Dead have announced a pair of shows at San Francisco's Levi's Stadium, which will precede the band's three-day stay at Soldier Field in Chicago. The two Bay Area shows will be held on June 27 and 28, one weekend prior to their Chicago shows.

4-10-15: The Grateful Dead is returning home. According to JamBase.com, the band has confirmed June 27th and June 28th at Levi's Stadium in the Santa Clara. According to the band, approximately 65,000 tickets will be available via the "online mail order" for each night on dead50.com.

The secondary market exploded when the Fare Thee Well shows went on sale, the Dead are trying to avoid that type of rush for tickets in Santa Clara. Tickets are available now, only through the Grateful Dead’s website. Fans can only request - not purchase - tickets for each show. The request period is open until Tuesday, April 14 at 11:59PM EST. The site claims all requests, regardless of timing, will be treated equally. A request, however, does not guarantee receiving tickets. There are also restrictions on the amount of tickets one can request. There is a four ticket limit per show (two if requesting GA floor seats), Only one request will be accepted per person, household or credit card.

These restrictions are in attempt to eliminate the secondary market as much as possible. Grateful Dead tickets currently have an average price on the secondary market above $1,000 for all three Soldier Field shows.

4-10-15: The Grateful Dead are less than three months away from performing at Chicago’s Soldier Field. The band will play the stadium over three nights in early July, and secondary ticket prices are falling ever so slightly each week. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Grateful Dead tickets is now $1,082.29. The band’s cheapest show will be on July 3, with tickets now averaging at $1,066.39 and get-in price starting at $300.

4-8-15: Grateful Dead tickets continue to drop in price on the secondary market. For the first time since tickets went on sale in February, average price for all three upcoming Soldier Field shows is below $1,100. The band’s most expensive show will be on July 4, when tickets average at $1,078.81. The cheapest ticket available is listed for $278 for their July 3 show.

4-6-15: Secondary prices are remaining firm for Grateful Dead tickets this summer. The band is still seeing single-day tickets average over $1,000 on the secondary market, with their final date on July 5 the cheapest at $1,074.78. The cheapest ticket available is for their July 3 show, however, where get-in price starts at $278.

4-2-15: The Grateful Dead’s final Chicago show on July 5 is now its cheapest date of the Fare Thee Well concert series at Soldier Field. The show currently owns an average secondary price of $1,096.51 and the get-in price starts at $350.

3-31-15: Grateful Dead ticket prices are starting to drop on the secondary market. The average secondary price for each of the band’s three upcoming shows is now below $1,200, the first time since tickets went on sale last month. The cheapest date is the band’s opening performance on July 3, which owns an average secondary price of $1,156.99 and $308 get-in price.

3-27-15: The Grateful Dead have yet to officially announce additional tour stops on the Fare Thee Well Tour despite a slew of rumors circulating this week. The iconic jam band has been pinned to a pair of show at Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco, though has yet to confirm the gigs. Tickets for the group’s three-night stay at Chicago’s Soldier Field remain firm, with each night averaging over $1,200 on the secondary market.

3-25-15: Rumors continue to make the rounds about the Grateful Dead announcing additional summer shows at Levi’s Stadium ahead of their three-night stay at Chicago’s Soldier Field in July. Nothing has been confirmed as of yet, however, and the group’s Fare Thee Well Tour continues to see each of its three upcoming shows in Chicago average over $1,200 on the secondary market.

3-24-15: The Grateful Dead’s most expensive Soldier Field show will be on July 3, with tickets currently averaging at $1,405.76 and the cheapest ticket listed for $332 on the secondary market. The band’s least expensive show will be on July 5. That day, secondary tickets average at $1,256.70 and get-in price starts at $387.

3-18-15: The Grateful Dead are toying with the idea of adding shows ahead of their three-day stay in Chicago this July. Due to overwhelming ticket demand, the iconic band has considered playing several one-off shows, though no plans have been finalized yet. The band’s cheapest Soldier Field date is July 5, with tickets averaging at $1,286.72 and get-in price starting at $385 on the secondary market.

3-16-15: A 3-day pass to the Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well shows this July now averages at $3,586.67. The cheapest available pass is currently listed for $883. Each individual concert currently sees tickets average over $1,300, with the band’s July 4 concert owning a secondary average of $1,332.09 and get-in price of $359.

3-9-15: The Grateful Dead continues to gear up for its Fare Thee Well shows in Chicago in July. Ticket prices haven’t wavered much on the secondary market, however. The average price for Grateful Dead tickets on TicketIQ over the band’s three-show stint at Soldier Field is now $1,372.48. The cheapest ticket is currently for the first show on July 3 at $361.

3-4-15: After a massive on sale last weekend, Grateful Dead tickets for the band’s final three shows at Soldier Field this July are currently averaging at $1,456.95 on the secondary market. A 3-day pass to all dates averages at $3,346.92, but fans can find the cheapest available one listed at $1,206.

3-2-15: If Saturday's on sale was any indication, the Grateful Dead's 50th Anniversary celebration at Soldier Field this July will be one of the biggest events of the year. Ticketmaster temporarily crashed on Saturday after overwhelming ticket demand and the band's pre-sale garnered demand for more than 300,000 tickets. The original four members will play the Chicago stadium alongside special guests Trey Anastasio and Bruce Hornsby for three shows between July 3 and 5 this summer.

Grateful Dead Performance Videos

Grateful Dead 2015 Tour Dates

Fare Thee Well Tour Dates

6/27/2015 - Levi’s Stadium - Santa Clara, CA
6/28/2015 - Levi’s Stadium - Santa Clara, CA
7/3/2015 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL
7/4/2015 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL
7/5/2015 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL

Dead and Company Tour Dates

10/31/2015 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY

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