Bob Weir & Ratdog

Call it symmetry. The first rock concert at Northrop Auditorium was the Grateful Dead in 1971. The last before Northrop closed for remodeling was the Dead spinoff band Furthur. So it makes sense that RatDog, led by Dead guitarist/singer Bob Weir, is the first rock group to play to the U of M’s remade concert hall. The group — which plays Dead tunes, covers and originals — also features such respected players as bassist Rob Wasserman, guitarist Steve Kimock and keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, who also plays with Weir in Furthur Jon Bream

Price: $38 - $58

Where

Northrop Auditorium

University of Minnesota, 84 SE. Church St.Minneapolis, MN

When

Date: Ended 06/13/14

Upcoming events

03/10 – Compagnie Kafig
04/28 – Eifman Ballet

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