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Dead & Company Live Streaming Their Tour — Here’s How to Watch Every Show Online

If you can’t make it to Dead & Company’s summer concerts, head to nugs.net — they’ll be live streaming every show in HD and 4K

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John Mayer, Bill Kreutzmann, and Bob Weir of Dead and Company

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Dead & Company is kicking off a U.S. tour this summer, and, luckily, any Deadheads who can’t make it in person can still watch the concerts live online through nugs.net. The live music streaming service has partnered with Dead & Company to bring fans live streams of every 2022 Summer Tour performance.

Read on for details on how to watch the Dead & Company tour live stream online with nugs.net.

How to Watch Dead & Company Concert Live Stream Online

Through nugs.net, all Dead & Company tour live streams will be available in both HD and 4K quality, with professional videography and live editing. Like all of nugs.net’s live music content, the Dead & Company live streams can be viewed on smartphones, Apple TV devices, or desktop browsers. Anyone who purchases one of the live streams also gets on-demand access to the recording for 48 hours after the concert.

Buy: Dead & Company Live Stream at nugs.net

If you’re looking to get a virtual front-row seat to any of Dead & Company’s tour shows, head to nugs.net to purchase a live stream. They cost $29.99 for HD quality and $44.99 for 4K.

Each show is available to purchase individually and you can live stream Dead & Company on nugs.net without needing to sign up for a nugs.net membership. However, nugs.net subscribers get a 15% discount on the purchase price.

When is Dead & Company’s 2022 Tour? Stops, Dates, Tickets

Dead & Company announced their 2022 Summer Tour back in April, charting a month-long path through the U.S. Comprising John Mayer, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann, as well as Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti, the supergroup is slated to kick off the 20-stop trek on June 11th at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The tour concludes July 15 and 16 at Citi Field in New York City.

See Dead & Company’s full list of tour stops and buy tickets at Ticketmaster.com.

Buy: Dead & Company Tour Tickets at Ticketmaster

What is Nugs.net?

nugs.net, for the unfamiliar, offers one of the best live music streaming libraries anywhere online. The platform boasts regular-occurring, high-quality concert live streams from around the world, and over 15,000 exclusive live concerts on-demand. They also house a massive library of live audio tracks (over 250,000), which are available in regular and high-fidelity audio quality.

Another highlight with nugs.net is artist support — something that fans and artists alike are starting to stand up for. Because nugs.net is more like a virtual music venue than a regular streaming service, they’re able to pay artists directly, without giving record labels a large chunk.

Curious about nugs.net? now is the time to test out a subscription: They’re currently offering a seven-day free trial on their regular subscription tier, as well as their HiFi streaming tier. After the free trial, a base subscription costs $12.99 per month and a HiFi subscription costs $24.99 a month. Read our full overview of nugs.net here.

Buy: Free Trial at nugs.net

If you just want to watch the Dead & Company live streams, you don’t need a subscription (although a subscription will get you a 15% discount to the show you want to watch, plus access to nugs.net’s extensive library of Grateful Dead and Dead & Company content). Head to nugs.net to watch the Dead & Company tour live streams over the next month.

Buy: Dead & Company Live Streams at nugs.net

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