Watch ‘Unlimited Devotion’ Grateful Dead Celebrations Live From Ardmore Music Hall

Both nights will feature sets from supergroups assembled specifically for the event.

By Scott Bernstein Jun 2, 2023 12:31 pm PDT

Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia hosts the two-night Grateful Dead celebrations and Rex Foundation fundraisers Unlimited Devotion tonight (Friday, June 2) and tomorrow (Saturday, June 3). subscribers can watch livestreams of the star-studded concerts for free.

The sixth annual Unlimited Devotion begins tonight. A VIP set will see Steve Kimock, Reed Mathis, Jackie Greene, Mikaela Davis, Leslie Mendelson, Daniel Donato and Matt Butler uniting to perform David Crosby's 1971 solo album, If I Could Only Remember My Name. Supergroups Wavy All-Stars and Reggae Jerry have also been put together for sets this evening. The former features Greene, Donato, Davis, Mathis, Mendelson, John Kimock, Dezron Douglas and Peter Rowan, while the latter consists of Mathis, Butler, Douglas, Steve Kimock, Karl Denson, Ray Paczkowksi, Russ Lawton and Kanika Moore. Additionally, GD tribute act Splintered Sunlight will be joined by “Friends.”

On Saturday, Aron Magner’s piano jazz trio presents a SPAGA Plays Dead set for VIPs. Newly-constructed ensembles Gravy All-Stars and Twisted Dead will also play the second day of Unlimited Devotion 2023, which also includes an Everyone Orchestra performance. Steve Kimock, Karl Denson, Jackie Greene, Marc Brownstein, Kanika Moore, Ray Paczkowski and Russ Lawton are the Gravy All-Stars with Twisted Dead to feature Denson, Greene, Magner, Mathis, John Kimock and Mark Lettieri.

Tune in to at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT each night to watch. Other subscriber exclusives on this weekend include Billy Strings in Austin and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at Colorado’s Red Rocks. Both’s Premium Streaming and Hi-Fi Streaming services can be previewed with a free seven-day trial.

Limited tickets to attend in-person remain.

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