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Phil Lesh and Friends Announce Eight Shows at The Capitol Theatre, Reveal Vegas Lineup

by Sam D'Arcangelo on January 31, 2014

Phil Lesh and Friends have confirmed their first eight shows at The Capitol Theatre for 2014, as well the lineup for their upcoming shows at the Brooklyn Bowl Last Vegas. Two different incarnations of the group will perform at the Port Chester, NY venue over the course of separate four night runs, while another incarnation will play in Las Vegas.

The first Phil and Friends lineup—Lesh, John Kadlecik, Larry Campbell, Teresa Williams, Jeff Chimenti and Joe Russo—will take the stage at The Capitol Theatre April 2-5. The second lineup—Lesh, John Kadlecik, Jackie Greene, Marco Benevento and Joe Russo—will perform at the The Cap April 9-12. Pre-sale tickets for the shows will be available from Wednesday, February 5 at 10am until Friday, February 7 at 10am (password: CapPhil). Tickets for the Capitol Theatre shows will go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 7.

In addition to the aforementioned shows, Phil Lesh and Friends have also confirmed a three-night run at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas for April 18-20. The band for that run will feature Lesh, John Scofield, John Medeski, Jackie Greene and Joe Russo. Tickets for those shows will go on sale tomorrow at 1pm ET/10am PST via the Brooklyn Bowl’s website.

As previously reported, Phil Lesh recently signed a deal with Capitol Theatre proprietor (and Jambands.com/Relix publisher) Peter Shapiro that includes up to 30 shows at the venue throughout the year, as well as multiple shows at various other venues operated by Shapiro, such as Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and the Lockn' Festival.

Comments

So, this is how Phil takes a year off?!

By Joe Yobaccio - 01/31/14

Hope they do some shows in Nashville!

By Christopher Franke - 01/31/14

Phil never said “He” was taking a year of…Furtur is off until further notice.. Was all that was said they are traveling musicians..it is all they know..thank heavens!

By Shawn Ashley - 01/31/14

Come to portland oregon

By shaun - 01/31/14

Furthur said they were taking a break.  Phil said he was not going tour.  As previously reported, Phil Lesh recently signed a deal with Capitol Theatre proprietor (and Jambands.com/Relix publisher) Peter Shapiro that includes up to 30 shows at the venue throughout the year, as well as multiple shows at various other venues operated by Shapiro, such as Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and the Lockn’ Festival. was well known that he signed a deal

By Don - 01/31/14

The music never stopped

By East_coast1 - 02/01/14

I did personally hear him say he is sticking closer to home.  Well.  When you can’t you can’t.  Less shows but more in one place   That’s a smart idea

By C - 02/01/14

Phil’s got a home in NYC too, one reason they’ve done so much “touring” in the area over the years.

By g-money - 02/01/14

So WHERE are the tickets going on sale?? Cant find any info anywhere

By mike - 02/04/14

Please come to maryland phil!!!

By Ross Hughlett - 02/04/14

Maryland needs some Lesh!!! Please pay us a visit!!!

By Ross Hughlett - 02/04/14

Hampton VA welcomes Phil to the UFO anytime!!

By by the Elmore's - 02/05/14

Welcome Phil Lesh & Friends to Westchester County NY for your “residence” at the Capitol Theatre! I’m in! Apr 2nd, 5th, 9th, 11th &12th;!

By deadhead-dif - 02/07/14

I was at the Furthur shows in Mexico, and the way those guys thanked each other and hugged it out on stage after the encore on the final night, I’m not expecting to see Furthur anytime soon. So it’s Phil & Friends and Ratdog for at least 2014.  And 2015 just so happens to be the GD 50th Anniversary. Maybe a one-shot reunion? The Allmans have 3 guys on percussion, so why not? Russo is a beast behind the drums, you certainly don’t want to subtract him.  Just sayin’.

By Paul B - 02/18/14

Wow $100+ ticket to stand with the rest of the “cattle” & $200 plus to sit in the “loge/balcony” & $3650 for a “standing” room ticket or “membership, really, for a dead show? Why aren’t tix half price if I buy all the shows? Good luck Peter, don’t sound like Dead prices too me. Rather see Dark Star Orchestra @  $30 all year long & local Dead cover bands for $5 or 10! I may be spoiled seeing dead shows from 72’ to 95 but these ticket prices are out of control! On 2015, if Micky & Bill aren’t involved, what’s the point of celebrating 50 years of Grateful Dead without them & with a Furthur/Phil & Friends type band! Have u seen any of the shows the last half of last year, terrible! Wrong lyrics, cords, versus & forgotten words ALL the time by just throwing guys together without proper rehearsal! Good luck folks, Peter is just selling out!!

By R mcgee ct - 02/19/14

Lockn’ costs a grip, single shows too. I’m so happy to get to see some people doing it for less and doing it well. Dso plays in St Pete Sat 2-22, then right next door, after party: Uncle John’s Band plays for pennies if that. I’d rather see these guys melt faces. The rich people don’t melt down right. Kimock would rather be here too. (it seems?)

By Dave Kay FL - 02/21/14

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