Dead & Company set for two shows at Wrigley Field

The band’s 2021 trek includes a two-night stand at Wrigley Field, Sept. 17-18.

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Bob Weir (pictured in 2018 in Los Angeles) and the rest of Dead & Company will perform at Wrigley Field on Sept. 17-18 as part of their 2021 tour.

Bob Weir (pictured in 2018 in Los Angeles) and the rest of Dead & Company will perform at Wrigley Field on Sept. 17-18 as part of their 2021 tour.

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Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer and Bob Weir, with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti — a k a Dead & Company — are on the road this summer/fall with a 31-date tour kicking off Aug. 16 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The 2021 trek includes a two-night stand at Wrigley Field, Sept. 17-18.

Verified Fan Registration for the Wrigley shows is available here until midnight May 16 with a limited presale beginning at 10 a.m. May 19.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public at noon May 21 via Ticketmaster.

Other concerts slated for Wrigley Field this year include: Chris Stapleton (July 17, rescheduled from Aug. 29, 2020); Guns N’ Roses (July 21, rescheduled from July 26, 2020); The Hella Mega Tour, featuring Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer (Aug. 15, rescheduled from Aug. 13, 2020); Lady Gaga (Aug. 27, rescheduled from Aug. 14, 2020); Def Leppard & Mötley Crüe (Aug. 29, rescheduled from Aug. 28 2020); and Maroon 5 (Aug. 30, rescheduled from June 13, 2020). Ticket information/sales for these concerts are available here.

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