Bobby Weir Announces “Ace’s 50th Anniversary” With Two Nights at Radio City Music Hall


Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros have announced their two-night stand at Radio City Music Hall, in celebration of Ace’s 50th anniversary. The special performances will take place on April 2 and 3, 2022.

The two-night stand will feature performances of Grateful Dead classics that were penned by Weir, including “Greatest Story Ever Told”, “Cassidy”, “Playing In The Band”, “Looks Like Rain” and more. Fans can also expect surprise appearances.

Released May 1, 1972, ace was Weir’s first solo album, although many consider it a Grateful Dead album, due to his band members making guest appearances throughout the project. A majority of the songs on ace also made guest appearances on other Grateful Dead albums, including their 1971 self-titled album and Closet Skeletons.

As one of the original pioneers of concert sound, the Grateful Dead cemented their place in music history. The founding members were Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, Rob “Pigpen” McKernan, Phil Lesh and Bill Kreutzmann.

Following the release of his latest album, Living in Colorado, Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros will also be touring the United States from 9/3 to 9/10. Tickets for Ace’s 50th anniversary concerts, as well as Weir’s regular tour, are currently on sale here.


Comments are closed.