Dead and Company set attendance record at Wrigley Field.

Dead and Company set attendance record at Wrigley Field. 

   After setting the attendance record in 2015 at Soldier Field for the final concert at Fare Thee Phil. Dead and Company followed that up by setting the attendance record for most paid tickets for a single concert ever. Over two nights in Chicago the band played to over 80,000 fans in the sold out historic ballpark. Dead and Company sold out half of their 20 show tour including the final night at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado. It's amazing that over 20 since Jerry Garcia passed away that the Dead in all its carnations are still breaking attendance records. It's evident that this song is never going to end. 

Kevin Long 



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