Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros with Stanford Symphony Orchestra at Frost Amphitheater

Frost Amphitheater, Stanford, California

Oct

29

Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros with Stanford Symphony Orchestra at

Oct

29

Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros with Stanford Symphony Orchestra

Frost Amphitheater

When the prog rock powerhouse is joined by an illustrious symphonic orchestra, you know you have to be there to bear witness! The Frost Amphitheatre presents a wonderful soundscape featuring one of the most talented blues and country performers! Following the high-profile tour of his band Dead and Company, world-renowned guitarist Bobby Weir will embark on a series of special shows featuring his highly-acclaimed project Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros! The Grateful Dead alum will traverse the nation with Wolf Bros members Don Was, Jay Lane, and Jeff Chimenti and make a coveted stop in Standford, California! This much-awaited stop features an ultra-unique concert featuring the Standford Symphony Orchestra! On Sunday, 29th October 2023, Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros, together with the orchestra, are set to light up the Frost Amphitheater! Fans can expect a plentiful setlist with songs from Weir, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Roy Hamilton, and many more! If you want to catch the live show featuring one of the greatest guitarists of modern rock music backed by a world-class orchestra, then you better score tickets to see Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros with the Stanford Symphony Orchestra!

What’s great about seeing Bobby Weir perform with Wolf Bros is that the setlist is not limited to a single artist. His highly acclaimed live shows have been known for their versatility and featuring plenty of surprises. If you’re a person of many music tastes, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros’ concerts are the place to be. Just for 2023 alone, their setlist has included a plethora of his from various artists. Firstly, of course, there can’t be a Bobby Weir show without songs from the Dead. Grateful Dead’s “Jack Straw,” “Row Jimmy,” “Eyes of the World,” and “U.S. Blues” have made their way to a Weir’s set during the summer. Meanwhile, in true Weir fashion, there are also a number of classics and blues rock staples, such as Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” and “Queen Jane Approximately,” Merle Haggard’s “Mama Tried,” and even a Beatles cover. In some shows, Weir has paid tribute to his late bandmate Jerry Garcia from Grateful Dead by performing his song “The Wheel.”

If you’re a Grateful Dead fan and then some, this show is a must-see. Weir and his band exude the same incredible energy and excellent musicianship as every project he has ever performed in. Expect some classic rock staples coupled with unpredictable segues and jams. But don’t forget that these are veteran performers, so you’ll truly have a fantastic night of great live music when you come and see Bob Weir and Wolf Bros.

Mind you, wherever Weir goes, packs of fans by the thousands will follow. It’s not something that will come as a surprise. It’s already a known fact. The man definitely knows how to deliver a great live rock concert, and fans from both Grateful Dead and Dead and Company are likely to check out Weir’s solo projects. Let’s not forget that Bob Weir has released several notable solo albums spanning from 1972 to 2016. His debut album, Ace, has been regarded as one of the greatest country rock albums of all time. Meanwhile, his latest effort, Blue Mountain, exudes the same country appeal as the first album. Although Grateful Dead has some country and blues elements in their music, this is where Weir has released all his country music energy. It’s an album that received all high rankings, not because it was made by Weir, but because it’s just plain excellent music!

Catch Bob Weir and Wolf Bros as they give their music a symphonic approach courtesy of the Stanford Symphony Orchestra! They will perform together live at the Frost Amphitheatre on Sunday, 29th October 2023!

About the Venue

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Frost Amphitheater

Frost Amphitheater, Stanford, California, , US