Dark Star Orchestra Adds to Spring Tour – Tickets and Promo Code

Dark Star Orchestra has added dates to their 2017 spring tour.

Dark Star Orchestra are a Grateful Dead tribute band that fans from around the country flock to see to revisit their Jerry Garcia days or listen to Grateful Dead music for the first time. Dark Star Orchestra performs shows that the Grateful Dead performed during their 30-year tenure as fathers of improvisational rock. Buying tickets to see Dark Star Orchestra puts you right in front of all the great Grateful Dead greatest hits.

In 1997, Dark Star originates out of Chicago, IL when guitarist John Kadlecik contacted keyboardist Scott Larned with an idea. The idea was to perform shows out of the history of the Grateful Dead. The band was formed with great attention to detail. Each member of the Grateful Dead’s history is accounted for in the Dark Star Orchestra, creating a sound that is recreating the Dead. Since forming, the band has performed over 2,500 shows.

They have grown continually over the years, playing at larger venues and theaters, collaborating with guests including Grateful Dead alumni Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Donna Jean Godchaux-Mackay, Vince Welnick, and Tom Constanten.

In 2005, co-founder Scott Larned died of a heart attack during their spring tour, and Rob Barraco was selected as the permanent replacement in 2007. DSO went from playing small clubs to selling out large venues across the world.

2017 Dark Star Orchestra Tour Dates

Jan. 19-22 – Runaway Bay, Jamaica, Jewel Paradise Cove Resort (Jam In The Sand)
Feb. 09 – Seattle, Wash., The Showbox
Feb. 10 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater
Feb. 11 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater
Feb. 13 – Eugene, Ore., McDonald Theatre
Feb. 14 – Paradise, Calif., Paradise Performing Arts Center
Feb. 16 – Berkeley, Calif., The UC Theatre
Feb. 17 – Berkeley, Calif., The UC Theatre
Feb. 18 – Berkeley, Calif., The UC Theatre
Feb. 19 – Stateline, Nev., South Shore Room At Harrah’s Lake Tahoe
Feb. 21 – Las Vegas, Nev., House Of Blues
Feb. 23 – Ventura, Calif., Majestic Ventura Theater
Feb. 24 – Beverly Hills, Calif., Saban Theatre
Feb. 25 – San Diego, Calif., House Of Blues
Feb. 26 – Scottsdale, Ariz., Livewire
March 1 – Beaver Creek, Colo., Vilar Performing Arts Center
March 2 – Fort Collins, Colo., Aggie Theatre
March 3 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre
March 4 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre
March 30 – Louisville, Ky., Mercury Ballroom
March 31 – Indianapolis, Ind., Egyptian Room
April 1 – St. Louis, Mo., The Pageant
April 3 – Nashville, Tenn., Marathon Music Works
April 5 – Greensboro, N.C., Carolina Theatre
April 6 – Rocky Mount, Va., Harvester Performance Center
April 7 – Knoxville, Tenn., The International
April 8 – Birmingham, Ala., Avondale Brewing Company
April 10 – Oxford, Miss., The Lyric Oxford
April 12 – Asheville, N.C., The Orange Peel
April 13 – Asheville, N.C., The Orange Peel
April 14 – Raleigh, N.C., The Ritz
April 15 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte
April 18 – Charleston, S.C., Charleston Music Hall
April 20 – Live Oak, Fla., Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park (Wanee Festival)
April 21 – Columbia, S.C., Music Farm Columbia
April 22 – Wilmington, N.C., Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
April 23 – Atlanta, Ga., Centennial Olympic Park (Sweetwater 420 Festival)
April 27 – New Orleans, La., Joy Theater
April 28 – New Orleans, La., Joy Theater
May 15 – Princeton, N.J., McCarter Theatre


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