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Published: 2014/03/11

Warren Haynes Adds More Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration Dates

Warren Haynes has announced four more Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebrations for this summer. The guitarist will now take his unique tribute show to The Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT on May 15, the Chicago Theatre in Chicago on May 20, the Riverside Theatre in Milwaukee on May 21 and the Fabulous Fox Theatre in St. Louis on May 22.

No information about which orchestras Haynes will be performing with has been revealed, but, if it’s anything like last year, he will most likely be playing with a local symphony.

Pre-sale tickets for the shows will be available at noon ET on March 11. General admission tickets for Milwaukee will go on sale on March 14, while they go on sale for Wallingford and St. Louis on March 21. Chicago tickets will then be available on March 28.

As previously reported, Haynes has also confirmed a pair of Symphonic Celebration shows with the Boston Pops at Boston’s Symphony Hall for May 13 and 14.

Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration Dates

May 13 Boston, MA—Symphony Hall
May 14 Boston, MA—Symphony Hall
May 15 Wallingford, CT—Oakdale Hall
May 20 Chicago, IL—Chicago Theatre
May 21 Milwaukee, WI—Riverside Theatre
May 22 St. Louis, MO—Fabuolus Fox Theatre

Comments

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Karen Donaldson March 11, 2014, 12:43:28

I was so very thrilled to experience the very first of these shows ,it was in my beautiful city of Pittsburgh, a magical evening with The Pittsburgh Symphony and Warren Haynes performing the music of Jerry Garcia, I had the honor of sitting a few rows back from Trixie Garcia and it was quite something to watch her emotions as she turned around and took in the sea of love that surrounded us all that night, I got to chat with her for a few minutes after the show , such a sweet kind spirit, I would highly recommend seeing this ! I wish it was coming back to our town.

pm March 11, 2014, 12:44:48

Love Warren, but this is boring, what about the Mule’s 20th anniversary tour?

cheezberg March 11, 2014, 13:00:41

Its simple, kids… A Mule 20 year anniversary tour wont rake in the sort of cash ‘ol Garcia does. These shows are probably financing the Mule tours.

Greystar March 11, 2014, 13:31:03

So what’s been financing the past 20 years of Mule tours then? What a ridiculous statement. The Mule is self-sufficient. Otherwise, Warren wouldn’t be quitting the Allman Brothers.

williscat2000 March 11, 2014, 19:12:11

beacon theatre allmans shows have financed mule

JIM March 14, 2014, 21:14:20

ARE YOU GUYS ARE JOKING, THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING ABOUT MR HAYNES IS HE IS ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC, HE SEES IT FEELS IT, UNDERSTANDS IT, THATS WHY MR LESH RESPECTS HIM, ANYONE THAT THINKS DIFFERANT IA A ASS!!

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