The Black Eyed Dogs – POSTPONED

Dogs Play Dead: An evening of Grateful Dead music

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Due to unforeseen circumstance, this event originally scheduled to take place on Wed 1 Sep 2021 is being rescheduled. A new date is yet to be confirmed. All existing tickets will remain valid for the new date.

The Black Eyed Dogs present Dogs Play Dead: an evening of Grateful Dead music, an absolute treat for fans of the classic rock outfit, once ranked 57th by Rolling Stone magazine in its The Greatest Artists of All Time.

Johns and his band bring a lively sound featuring a broad selection of The Grateful Dead classics including Bertha, Casey Jones, Franklin’s Tower and Wharf Rat.

“The catalogue is just massive, everyone has their own favourites so we’re just playing the songs we like and I’m sure the set will change and evolve

With The Black Eyed Dogs renowned Americana producer Ethan Johns has made a name for himself as a musician in his own right, having produced records for the likes of Ryan Adams, Laura Marling and Kings of Leon.

This is a standing Bristol Beacon presents show at Fiddlers, Willway St, Bristol BS3 4BG.

Age 16+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)

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