Dead & Company Announces Couch Tour, Letting You Stream Free Concerts at Home

More free music/entertainment to car­ry you through these bleak, strange times. Dead & Com­pa­ny (the sur­viv­ing mem­bers of the Grate­ful Dead plus John May­er and Oteil Bur­bridge) are mak­ing con­certs free to stream at home. And the first one gets under­way tonight.

They announced on Twit­ter:

Stay at home this week­end and tune in to “One More Sat­ur­day Night”, a new #Couch­Tour series fea­tur­ing your favorite Dead & Com­pa­ny shows, for FREE.   We’re kick­ing things off with the 12/2/17 Austin show this Sat­ur­day at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT on and on Face­book!

Click the links above to watch the show. Until then, you can watch a set above, record­ed live in Atlanta’s Lake­wood Amphithe­atre, back in June 2017.

Also find a trove of 11,000+ record­ed Grate­ful Dead shows in the Relat­eds below.

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Relat­ed Con­tent:

Live Per­form­ers Now Stream­ing Shows, from their Homes to Yours: Neil Young, Cold­play, Broad­way Stars, Met­ro­pol­i­tan Operas & More

11,215 Free Grate­ful Dead Con­cert Record­ings in the Inter­net Archive

The Grate­ful Dead Play at the Egypt­ian Pyra­mids, in the Shad­ow of the Sphinx (1978)

The Longest of the Grate­ful Dead’s Epic Long Jams: “Dark Star” (1972), “The Oth­er One” (1972) and “Play­ing in The Band” (1974)

Bruce Spring­steen Releas­es Live Con­cert Film Online: Watch “Lon­don Call­ing: Live In Hyde Park” and Prac­tice Self Dis­tanc­ing

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