- Looking for a Dead and Company stream? We got you. Watch every summer tour show live online via nugs.net.
- Dead and Company Summer Tour 2022 starts at Dodgers Stadium on Saturday, June 11th and ends on July 16th at Citi Field in New York
- Read more about concerts and music here.
Folks, it’s summer tour season and Dead and Company is officially on the road again. This tour crisscrosses the country, kicking off at Dodgers Stadium on Saturday, June 11th and ends at Citi Field in New York on July 16th. If you’re looking to boogie at home with Bobby, Billy, Mickey, and the rest of the gang, you can buy a Dead and Company stream via nugs.net.
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This year’s summer tour includes stops at Shoreline Amplithear, Folsom Field in Boulder, Riverbend Amphitheater in Cincinnati, Wrigley Field in Chicago, Deer Creek, Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, SPAC, Citizen’s Bank Park in Philadelphia, and Star Lake outside Pittsburgh.
Dead and Company live stream
If you can’t make it to a show, you can watch a Dead and Co stream for every single show of the tour via Nugs.net. Each show is being streamed in regular HD or stunning 4K. Once you buy the Dead and Company stream, you can watch it live and/or on-demand with 48 hours of replay.
Here are the prices for the Dead and Company streams via nugs.net:
- 50% OFF – Live HD Video Stream + Nug.net Subscription – $14.99
- Individual shows – Live HD Video Stream via Nug.net – $29.99
Setting up an account via Nugs.net is easy – takes about two minutes and you’re good to watch.
If you want to kick the tires on a nugs.net subscription, minus the live stream, the platform is currently offering a seven-day free trial on their regular subscription tier. If you’re an audiophile, they’re also offering the same thing on their HiFi tier. After the free go, a regular nugs.net subscription costs $12.99 per month. A HiFi subscription costs $24.99 a month.
Have fun out there! Be safe, be kind. Remember the motto: If you get confused, just listen to the music play.
It’s gonna be an epic summer.