Billy Strings Revisits Legendary Dead Run February 18-24

It’s the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead’s legendary 6-night run at The Capitol Theatre in 1971. With a nod to those historic shows, Billy Strings will perform “The Deja Vu Experiment” in which the band hopes to tap into the musicianship and fearlessness that the Grateful Dead did 50 years ago, unlocking improvisational boundaries of music and psychedelia in a familiar yet unique way.

These shows will raise funds for  the Rex Foundation and Rex grantee Backline Care.

February 18th and 24th are FREE on the Relix Twitch channel.

For tickets and FAQs visit www.thedejavuexperiment.com

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