Last week, Dead & Company confirmed rumors that they would carry on the storied legacy of the Grateful Dead by returning to the legendary Barton Hall on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, New York on May 8. As a follow up, the group provided information on the ticketing process for the one-time event.
Proceeds raised through the Dead & Company booth at Cornell University will benefit the Recording Academy’s MusiCares organization, which provides a safety net of critical health and wellness services for the music industry, and Project 2030 from Cornell University, where researchers combine science, scholarship, and innovation to develop solutions to climate change.
For those interested in attending the concert, which will take place on the 46th anniversary of the Grateful Dead’s seminal 1977 booth, admission was divided into a number of packages, including various levels of VIP and general admission tickets, which are available through the Ticketstoday lottery system. .
People who can’t secure access to the show will still have the opportunity to watch it live via pay-per-view video, a free live audio broadcast, and a SiriusXM feed via the Grateful Dead Channel. More details will be available closer to the event.
Visit www.cornell23.com for more information on the event.