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The Garden Club Presents: An evening with: STOLEN FACES - Celebrating the Music of The Grateful Dead The Garden Club at Wild Heaven West End Saturday, July 20th Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM Ages: All This is a General Admission Show - GA on Sale 3/29 at 11:00 AM Early Promo Code "FACES" valid from 3/25 at 11:00 AM through 3/29 at 11:00 AM to the first 50 people Early Promo Code - $15.00, GA - Advance - $18.00, GA Day of Show - $20.00 (plus taxes & fees) THE STOLEN FACES - (Nashville, TN) The Grateful Dead continue to have one of the most rabid and loyal followings of any band in history, and deservedly so: They wrote great songs, and they were excellent musicians and terrific improvisers who never played a tune the same way twice. The Stolen Faces deftly capture the spirit of the Dead, covering the band’s expansive catalog and delivering it with the sort of energy and spontaneity that might have you thinking you’re standing in the Winterland Ballroom in 1973!

AN EVENING WITH: STOLEN FACES - CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF THE GRATEFUL DEAD

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The Garden Club at Wild Heaven West End
1010 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310, United States
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AN EVENING WITH: STOLEN FACES - CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF THE GRATEFUL DEAD

TBD
The Garden Club at Wild Heaven West End
1010 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310, United States
Tickets
All age event
Alcohol free event
This event will not serve alcohol
About
The Garden Club Presents: An evening with: STOLEN FACES - Celebrating the Music of The Grateful Dead The Garden Club at Wild Heaven West End Saturday, July 20th Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM Ages: All This is a General Admission Show - GA on Sale 3/29 at 11:00 AM Early Promo Code "FACES" valid from 3/25 at 11:00 AM through 3/29 at 11:00 AM to the first 50 people Early Promo Code - $15.00, GA - Advance - $18.00, GA Day of Show - $20.00 (plus taxes & fees) THE STOLEN FACES - (Nashville, TN) The Grateful Dead continue to have one of the most rabid and loyal followings of any band in history, and deservedly so: They wrote great songs, and they were excellent musicians and terrific improvisers who never played a tune the same way twice. The Stolen Faces deftly capture the spirit of the Dead, covering the band’s expansive catalog and delivering it with the sort of energy and spontaneity that might have you thinking you’re standing in the Winterland Ballroom in 1973!
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