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Terrapin Crossroads

On June 13 – 16, Phil Lesh will perform at Terrapin Crossroads with Stanley Jordan, Neal Casal, Jon Graboff, Rob Barraco, and Cody Dickinson. Each of the four shows are scheduled to start at 7:30 pm, with doors opening at 6:30. Guitarist Stu Allen will also be performing at Terrapin Crossroads as part of their 4:20 Happy Hour Party that features half-off pizzas and drink specials.

Tickets for the June Rambles went on sale a while ago, but the last time I checked there are still some tickets available. So, get your ticket ASAP!

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Terrapin Crossroads

Phil Lesh cordially invites you to the first annual Terrapin Prom on June 29th. Guests are required to wear formal attire from any decade they wish, and they should come prepared for a fun-filled evening of cocktails, dinner, and live music. I don’t have many details as of yet, but I have heard that David Martin’s House Party will be starting the fun off in the Grate Room at 8:30 pm. Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band should be providing the after party entertainment in the restaurant around 10:30 pm.

Tickets went on sale June 1st, and are available for $75.00 at the Terrapin Crossroads box office or online at http://store.terrapincrossroads.net

Have a great time kids!

Terrapin Crossroads

Terrapin Crossroads announced plans to celebrate their one year anniversary, and Phil Lesh‘s 73rd birthday, with a series of special shows presented by the Unbroken Chain Foundation in mid-March. Tickets for all shows can be purchased at the Terrapin Crossroads Box Office online here. All shows are $65 except Phil’s House Party on March 11, which is $100.

The show schedule is as follows:

03/8-10/13 - Phil Lesh, Jackie Greene, Tony Leone, Stu Allen, and Jeff Chimenti

03/11/13 - House Party featuring Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Joe Russo, Jackie Greene, and Jeff Chimenti. Includes a multi-course buffet dinner, non-stop music, and more!

03/14-15/13 - Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Joe Russo, Jackie Greene, and Jeff Chimenti

03/16-17/13 - Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jeff Chimenti, Stu Allen, and Joe Russo

The Terrapin Family Band will be opening for all of the shows. Happy anniversary Terrapin!

I know it’s last minute, but word on the street is that one of Les Claypool‘s new projects, Duo de Twang will be playing two very special acoustic shows soon. On October 4 the Duo should be playing at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA and then they should be playing again on Oct 6 at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Joining Les as part of the Duo de Twang should be his old pal Marc “Mirv” Haggard.

You can find out more info on Les Claypool’s website, here. Hope to make it at least one of the shows and see you there!

Terrapin Crossroads has confirmed their next set of rambles with Phil Lesh and Friends. June 15-17, Phil Lesh will perform with Jackie GreeneRob BarracoMark KaranJon Graboff and Tony Leone. Tickets are on sale now at http://terrapincrossroads.frontgatetickets.com.

Until the new rambles, enjoy this whole show from Terrapin Crossroads from March 20th:

Terrapin Crossroads

Terrapin Crossroads, Phil Lesh‘s new venue in San Rafael, CA is gearing up for a great opening run of shows in March with Phil Lesh & Friends playing 12 nights. The venue will be opening with full bar and limited menu in the dining area. Tickets are on sale now at the Terrapin Crossroads Events page. Don’t worry too much if you don’t get a ticket right away though. If you are diligent, you could still possibly get a ticket. According to their website:

“We will be holding tickets for band family and friends for every Terrapin Crossroads show, and 48 hours before every show we will start releasing any unused tickets for half of the GA ticket price. These will only be available online and we will send out a Twitter missive and a Facebook post every time we release some. Stay tuned to Twitter and Facebook, as we plan to release tickets frequently prior to every show, up to two hours before showtime.”

However, if you still don’t manage to get tickets don’t be too disappointed. I hear that Terrapin Crossroads will also possibly be offering $5.00 webcasts for selected shows. Check out the line up of artists playing and pick up your tickets today!

Saturday, March 17 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Brian Lesh / Chris Robinson / Jeff Chimenti / Jimmy Herring / Joe Russo / Bob Weir

Sunday, March 18 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Brian Lesh / Chris Robinson / Jeff Chimenti / Jimmy Herring / Joe Russo

Tuesday, March 20 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Chris Robinson / Jimmy Herring / Jeff Chimenti / Joe Russo

Thursday, March 22 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo

Friday, March 23 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo

Saturday, March 24 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo

Sunday, March 25 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

Tuesday, March 27 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jeff Chimenti / Joe Russo / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams / Warren Haynes

Thursday, March 29 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jeff Chimenti / Joe Russo / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams / Warren Haynes

Friday, March 30 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jaz Sawyer / Jeff Chimenti / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

Saturday, March 31 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jaz Sawyer / Jeff Chimenti / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

Sunday, April 1 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jaz Sawyer / Jeff Chimenti / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

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Phil Lesh is opening a restaurant / concert venue in San Rafael, CA

The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh is finally moving forward on plans to open Terrapin Crossroads, a restaurant / concert venue slated to open next month in San Rafael, CA’s Canal District. The venue’s new website outlines the philosophical backbone supporting the establishment:

As we got deeper into it, it morphed into something more comprehensive: a community cultural and educational center. We plan to celebrate the arts – music, culinary, poetry, dance, literature, visual arts including photography, theatre, and other creative endeavors – so aside from a performance space and restaurant, Terrapin Crossroads will also host art exhibits, have an art-and-music-themed library and reading room, memorabilia displays, and a beautiful, comfortable place where friends can meet to exchange ideas over a glass of wine or a drink, a terrific meal, and of course hear some great music.

We’ll also be a place for teaching and learning: in addition to regular musical…

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