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Dead & Company headed to Little Caesars Arena in November

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click to enlarge John Mayer performing with Dead and Company. - STERLING MUNKSGARD/SHUTTERSTOCK
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  • John Mayer performing with Dead and Company.

We've got another stellar show to add to the already fantastic lineup of artists that are slated to headline the newly opened Little Caesars Arena.

After a successful summer tour last year, Dead & Company are hitting the road again and will be making a stop here on Friday, November 24.



For those of you who are wondering what exactly "Dead & Company" means or is, it is basically the surviving members of the Grateful Dead, including Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzman, plus guitarist and heartthrob John Mayer, plus some other musicians like Allman Brothers' bassist, among others. The group headlined the Bonnaroo Music Festival last summer and played DTE Energy Music Theatre to rave reviews.

Tickets go on sale Saturday, September 16 and you can find them at OlympiaEntertainment.com.

Check out a video of the group performing at Bonnaroo below.

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