The Garcia Project, with support from Jerry Day, announce their 2017 West Coast Tour

In celebration of Jerry Garcia’s 75th birthday, The Garcia Project has teamed up with Jerry Day to bring northern California an exceptional run of shows. The tour begins on March 2 at Club Fox in Redwood City and continues through March 11 at The Center For The Arts in Grass Valley.

At each show on the tour, The Garcia Project will perform a different, classic Jerry Garcia Band set list from 1976 – 1995. The band will have similar instrumentation, arrangements, vocal stylings, and will produce the sounds that were heard during the era of the show they are performing.

“The Garcia Project Breathes Life into Jerry Garcia’s Tunes…[they] did a spot on job and transported the Theatre’s crowd to a dusky night in the 1970s.” – Alex Fredkin, Arts Editor, The State Times

Tickets for all shows are available now. It is best to get them early as shows have been selling out. A portion the proceeds go to Jerry Day. Get ticket info by clicking on the links:

The Garcia Project focuses on Jerry Garcia’s life long love and side project from The Grateful Dead, The Jerry Garcia Band. The Garcia Project’s performances are based on actual set lists performed by The Jerry Garcia Band. All of their shows are classic recreations of a Jerry Garcia Band set list from the 1970’s all the way up to the 1990’s. For anyone that never had a chance to experience the Jerry Garcia Band or for fans that want to relive a classic show, The Garcia Project delivers the goods.
Jerry Day is a civic and cultural event that celebrates one of the greatest rock guitarists of all time and San Francisco native son – Jerry Garcia. This event captures the true spirit of Jerry Garcia as we celebrate his legacy, the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, and recognize his childhood roots from the Excelsior District of San Francisco. By uniting the diverse communities of San Francisco through Jerry’s music, we are creating something extraordinary for Jerry’s childhood neighborhood – the Excelsior District, McLaren Park, and the City and County of San Francisco.

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