Grateful Dead Art Show Lineup During ‘Fare Thee Well’ Revealed

During the Grateful Dead’s much anticipated “Fare Thee Well” reunion and farewell concerts at Chicago’s Soldier Field July 3-5, there will be a coinciding art show by PhanArt, titled In All Good Company, the largest exhibition of Grateful Dead art and artists. The art show will feature a newly announced lineup of dozens of artists displaying and selling posters, pins, clothing and photography.

The exhibition, put together by PhanArt, will take place from noon until 6 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1 mile from the stadium at the historic Congress Plaza Hotel on 520 South Michigan Ave., near Grant Park. Local Chicago bands Jack Straw and Under the Willow will complement the artistic displays throughout the weekend. In addition, Blank Space Arts will be curating a playlist, providing an audio background to the visual effect of the art.

In All Good Company offers free admission to all visitors and looks to continue the great tradition that PhanArt has had since its inception in 2013. Produced by Pete Mason, PhanArt exhibitions have been held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Miami, representing an effort to offer fans a rich variety of original concert art.

Listed below are the artists whose work will be on display at this Grateful Dead art show:

John Warner | Not Fade Away Artworks | Rhoney Stanley | Phil Kutno

Richard Biffle | Move Brightly featuring Tie Dye by Courtenay Pollock

Uncle John’s Outfitters | Good Thoughts Printing | Vintage Dead

Dead Images by Robbi Cohn | Jim Pollock | Mark Serlo | TRiPP

Mountain Family Glass | Sunshine Daydream Hippie Shop | Michael Boyer

Andrew Bryant | Erin Cadigan | Amigos and Us | The Art of Ryan Kerrigan

Kingpin Designs | Jeff Troldahl | Pinsanity | Get Shit Done | Zenster

Morning Dew Tye-Dyes | Eden’s Rose Foundation | Grateful Girls Scarves

Scott Harris Photo | Heady Teddy’s Outfitters | Dr. Wookles

Easy Wind Family Creations | Lot Lifestyle | Pin me Down

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