With their weekend shows at Levi’s Stadium and another three next weekend at Chicago’s Soldier Field, the Grateful Dead’s long, strange trip draws to a close.
During an epic week in America that saw same sex couple gain equal rights to marriage on the eve of Pride weekend, and an epic week in music as the Grateful Dead play their final concerts with a show Saturday night and again Sunday at Levi’s Stadium, fans couldn’t help but embrace a rainbow over the concert as a sign of the late Jerry Garcia looking down on them, and celebrating pride.
While major festivities connected to Super Bowl 50 are in San Francisco, the players fortunate enough to play for the Lombardi Trophy next February will be practicing and staying much closer to where the game will be played.
This comes after the 49ers withdrew their offer to pay $15 million for soccer fields near Levi’s Stadium, that the team had planned to use for VIP parking.
The National Football League released the 2015 season schedules for the Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday, a season that will eventually lead to Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
Youth soccer advocates in Santa Clara are expected to pack a meeting on a proposal by the San Francisco 49ers to take over soccer fields next to Levi’s Stadium for $15 million, an offer opponents have called “insulting.”
This is the year of the Dead, as America says farewell to the Grateful Dead 50 years after the band was founded, marks the 20th year since the passing of lead singer Jerry Garcia, and anticipates the triumphal and final return of the band to the Bay Area stage June 27th and 28th at Levi’s Stadium. This recording is a great way to count down to that concert.
After weeks of rumors, surviving members of the Grateful Dead will perform farewell shows at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara this summer, the band and stadium officials confirmed Friday.
‘Yes! Yes! Yes!’ It’s the response anyone proposing marriage hopes to hear when they pop the question, but the response takes on new meaning when comes on the floor of Levi’s Stadium in front of 77,000 people.
WrestleMania 31 goes down in history as the highest grossing WrestleMania ever in addition to setting an attendance record at Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium.