Dark Star Orchestra Tickets

Dark Star Orchestra tickets

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Thursday
Jul 28, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraNew Haven, CT
College Street Music Hall
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Friday
Jul 29, 2016
6:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraBaltimore, MD
Pier Six Concert Pavilion
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Saturday
Jul 30, 2016
3:30PM
Dark Star OrchestraStrausstown, PA
Pat Garrett Amphitheater
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Sunday
Jul 31, 2016
7:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraBrooklyn, NY
Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk
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Friday
Aug 05, 2016
5:30PM
Dark Star OrchestraChesterfield, VA
Pocahontas State Park Amphitheater
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Monday
Aug 08, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraRehoboth Beach, DE
Bottle & Cork
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Tuesday
Aug 09, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraRehoboth Beach, DE
Bottle & Cork
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Thursday
Aug 11, 2016
[Time TBA]
The Peach Music Festival - 4 Day PassScranton, PA
Toyota Pavilion At Montage Mountain
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Saturday
Aug 13, 2016
2:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraWebster, MA
Indian Ranch
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Sunday
Aug 14, 2016
5:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraPortland, ME
Maine State Pier
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Friday
Sep 23, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraCleveland, OH
House Of Blues - Cleveland
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Saturday
Sep 24, 2016
7:30PM
Dark Star OrchestraAnn Arbor, MI
Michigan Theater - Ann Arbor
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Thursday
Sep 29, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraMinneapolis, MN
Skyway Theater
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Sunday
Oct 02, 2016
6:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraGrand Rapids, MI
Intersection
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Saturday
Oct 08, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraTarrytown, NY
Tarrytown Music Hall
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Tuesday
Oct 11, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraSouth Burlington, VT
Higher Ground
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Friday
Oct 14, 2016
8:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraNiagara Falls, NY
The Rapids Theatre
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Saturday
Oct 15, 2016
7:00PM
Dark Star OrchestraPittsburgh, PA
Stage AE
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Friday
Dec 30, 2016
8:30PM
Dark Star OrchestraPhiladelphia, PA
Electric Factory
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Saturday
Dec 31, 2016
8:30PM
Dark Star OrchestraPhiladelphia, PA
Electric Factory
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Dark Star Orchestra - Resources

About the Dark Star Orchestra

Based in Chicago, the Dark Star Orchestra provides a glimpse at a time that some have never been to and some would love to go back to. They are a Grateful Dead tribute band that takes set lists from the Dead's past and recreates them with great attention to detail. Both Deadheads and music fans that never got to appreciate the music of the Grateful Dead can get a taste by getting tickets for DSO..

The DSO originated in 1997 when guitarist John Kadlecik contacted keyboardist Scott Larned with an idea. The idea was to perform shows out of the history of the Grateful Dead. And as it turned out, Larned shared the same idea and the Dark Star Orchestra was born. The band was formed with great attention to detail. Each person was placed to sound just like the one they pay homage to. John Kadlecik sings with shocking similarity to Jerry Garcia, Kevin Rosen plays bass just like Phil Lesh and Dino English performs on drums like Bill Kruetzmann. Each member of the Grateful Dead's history is accounted for in the Dark Star Orchestra, creating a sound that is recreating the Dead.

In 2005, co-founder Scott Larned died of a heart attack during their spring tour, and in the time since multiple keyboardists have filled the role. Rob Barraco was selected as the permanent replacement in 2007 and has recreated the sound on the multiple keyboardists over the Grateful Dead's history. Their first show in 1997 saw only 78 people walk through the doors to see them perform; now ten years later they sell out tickets around the world.