Dead & Company, the new group that matches three of the surviving “core four” members of the Grateful Dead with guitarist John Mayer, have added another batch of new dates to their upcoming tour itinerary.

Dead bandmates Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann opted to keep going after the Dead’s wildly popular 50th anniversary Fare Thee Well shows earlier this summer, and rounded up a roster that includes multi-instrumentalist Oteil Burbidge as well as keyboardist Jeff Chimenti. The band's tour, previously booked as a 10-show run, begins Oct. 29 in Albany.

The existing 10 dates have been joined by an expanded series of November shows, which bring the tour total to 21 concerts. "Those songs weren’t done with us," explained Weir in a statement, praising Mayer’s involvement as “the cherry on the sundae that made this project look like a good idea” and adding, “It was a matter of who wanted to get back out on the road and keep doing it. … It’s kind of late in the year to put together a tour, but we’re gonna try."

Tickets for these dates are set to go on sale to the general public on Sept. 18 at 10AM, though American Express cardholders will be able to purchase their passes through a pre-sale that begins Sept. 16. According to a press release, "Top-tier tickets will be priced under $100, and a number of $50 tickets will be made available in most markets to honor of the Grateful Dead’s 50th anniversary." Check out the complete list of Dead & Company shows below.

Dead & Company 2015 Tour Dates
10/29 – Albany, N.Y.
10/31 – New York, N.Y.
11/01 – New York, N.Y.
11/05 – Philadelphia, Pa.
11/06 – Washington, D.C.
11/10 – Worcester, Mass.
11/11 - Buffalo, N.Y.
11/13 - Columbus, Ohio
11/14 - Greensboro, N.C.
11/17 - Atlanta, Ga.
11/18 - Nashville, Tenn.
11/20 - St. Louis, Mo.
11/21 - Minneapolis, Minn.
11/24 - Broomfield, Colo.
11/25 - Broomfield, Colo.
11/27 - Las Vegas, Nev.
11/28 - Las Vegas, Nev.
12/27 – San Francisco, Calif.
12/28 – San Francisco, Calif.
12/30 – Los Angeles, Calif.
12/31 – Los Angeles, Calif.

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