Bob Weir Launching ‘Weir Wednesdays’ Weekly Series of Free, Streamable Live Shows

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Last month, Dead & Company announced a weekly livestream series in which unearthed live performances from their heralded history would be made available, for free, each Saturday — and now Grateful Dead icon Bob Weir is doing one of his own.

Announced on Monday, Weir Wednesdays will kick off this Wednesday, April 8, with a show from the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, featuring Bob Weir and Wolf Bros.

Introducing Weir Wednesdays! A new weekly series featuring your favorite Bob Weir and Wolf Bros shows, streamed for FREE.

Let’s get things started with 2018’s November 10th show at The Capitol Theatre this Wednesday evening at 8pm ET / 5pm PT right here on Facebook and over at

If you can, please consider donating to MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund:

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros., you may or may not recall, is Weir’s touring ensemble with legendary producer/musician Don Was and drummer Jay Lane. The trio was to head out on a spring tour, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the rescheduling of said tour to October.

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The health and wellbeing of our live music community is of the utmost importance. So, while we all deal with the effects of coronavirus (Covid-19) we will be rescheduling our remaining Bob Weir and Wolf Bros headline dates. ⁣ ⁣ Thank you for your continued support, the audiences have been incredible on this tour, the shows have been the kinda stuff we live for and we can’t wait to get back out there with you.⁣ ⁣ In the meantime, be good to yourselves – and to each other – and please take preventative actions as recommended by the CDC and WHO.⁣ ⁣ All tickets for the shows will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Should ticketholders choose to seek a refund, they will be available at point of purchase.⁣ ⁣ Bob, Don and Jay

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This new Weir Wednesdays series from Weir and Wolf Bros. seems a pretty sweet way to keep the music alive and entertain those who might otherwise have been planning to attend a show on the upcoming tour.


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