Grateful dead shows will be available on pay-per-view

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SHARE Grateful dead shows will be available on pay-per-view

First came word of live simulcasts at a movie theater near you.

Now, the Grateful Dead have announced that their upcoming concerts at Soldier Field in Chicago (July 3-5) will be streamed to a digital device near you,via pay-per-view.

According to today’s official statement: “The three day, 15-hour special will allow fans from around the globe the chance to be a part of the event. The band’s shows in Santa Clara, Calif., June 27 and 28 will also be broadcast live through an online webcast.”

A special pre-sale offer to purchase the five-night webcast for $79.95 begins May 1 (good through May 15) at Dead50.net.

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