Dark Star Orchestra Recreate 12/31/76 Show on Nye


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Dark Star Orchestra will close out 2010 in style at The Klein Auditorium in Bridgeport, CT December 30 and 31. On 12/31 Dark Star Orchestra will be recreating the legendary Live at the Cow Palace show from 12/31/76. DSO will kick off the evening with a rare acoustic set for set 1 then crank into the historic 1976 New Year's show. The highlight of the monster show are its 2nd set, including a thread of Sugar Magnolia> Eyes of the World > Wharf Rat> Drums> Good Lovin'> Samson, Scarlet Begonias, Around & Around > Help On the Way > Slipknot! > Drums> Not Fade Away > Morning Dew!

GA tix include admission, party favors and champagne toast. Limited VIP packages are available and include premium reserved seating, access to a private VIP bar, exclusive show poster, party favors, and a champagne toast.

Starting on November 26, 'Black Friday,' DSO will kick off their first-ever 'From A City Near You Tour' back where it all began in San Francisco with two nights at the Regency Ballroom. On each night of the tour the band will recreate a Grateful Dead show originally performed at a location near the venue. With this tour taking place mostly on the west coast, rich with Grateful Dead history, every night will be a chance to relive a legendary show from that region. Dark Star Orchestra also announces that for both nights in San Francisco old friend David Gans will be making special appearances in between sets. After two nights in San Francisco to open the tour there will be stops in Sacramento, Crystal Bay, NV, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, 2 nights in San Diego before heading east to Tempe and Flagstaff, AZ Salt Lake City and a tour closer in Denver.

The band has also announced initial 2011 tour dates that include appearances starting in Midwestern markets before heading to the Southeast and a return to Florida. Complete details and tour dates can be found here.

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