We're sorry, but we currently have no tickets available for this event.
Check out our full selection of
Blues and Jazz tickets
or sign up to be notified when tickets for this event are available.
Vivid Seats will not sell, share or distribute your information. View our full
Guide To Bob Weir Concert Tickets
Rediscover the spirit of the Grateful Dead by booking Bob Weir tickets online at VividSeats.com. As one of the principle founding members of the Grateful Dead, Bob Weir has made numerous contributions to rock ‘n roll throughout his long career. Time has not slowed down the rock ‘n roller one bit, as Deadheads still race to buy Bob Weir concert tickets the second they hit the market.
Weir shared lead vocal and guitar-playing duties with Jerry Garcia in the Grateful Dead for thirty years and helped create the jam-band scene that flourishes today. Since his days with Jerry, Weir has played in a number of bands including The Dead, Ratdog, and Furthur. When you buy tickets to Bob Weir expect to hear some of Weir’s original songs, as well as, some of your old Grateful Dead favorites.
When planning your concert experience you can find all the information you need in one place with Vivid Seats. When you shop for cheap Bob Weir tickets with Vivid Seats you can check out venue seating maps, listings of preferred sellers, and a full schedule of Bob Weir tour dates. To sample prices on Bob Weir tickets, just click one of the concert dates above. Attend a concert with one of jam music's forefathers this year with the help of Vivid Seats!
Bob Weir and The Grateful Dead
On New Year’s Eve 1963, Bob Weir and a friend (ages 16) were wandering through the alleyways of Palo Alto, California looking for a party when they were drawn into a house by the sound of a banjo. There Jerry Garcia was sitting, waiting for his students to arrive. In the meantime Weir and Garcia played all night, deciding shortly after to form their own band. The name of the band was Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions, then The Warlocks, and finally The Grateful Dead. While playing with The Grateful Dead, Weir also performed with other bands including Kingfish and Bobby and the Midnites. He formed Ratdog in 1985, and when Jerry Garcia sadly passed away, Bob Weir played under their new name, The Other Ones and shortly after, The Dead.
Currently Weir tours with Ratdog, and has played over 800 shows with the band as of April 2008. Ratdog generally performs original material and old Grateful Dead songs, as well as Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry, and Beatles covers. Bob Weir tickets are now on sale. Check back for Bob Weir tour dates and updates.