Huge news just dropped on the internets if you’re following the situation for , the ‘s final concerts in Chicago over Fourth of July weekend — your to get pre-sale has come and gone. It looks like opening up the concerts to the “classic” pre-sale method of sending in money-orders in the mail led to GDTS TOO getting inundated over 60,000 envelopes (!) full of people’s hopes and dreams (and needed miracles), and as , they’ve decided to cancel the rest of the pre-. The general public on-sale has been moved back as well.

Here is the info from Dead50.net:

Wow! We’re excited (and humbled) to discover that your enthusiasm for matches our own! We have received an overwhelming number of mail order ticket requests. In an effort to honor the history and spirit of the , we are going to try to fill as many of these orders as possible. This means there will be no other pre-. In order to give the good folks at GDTS TOO time to sort through the 60,000+ (!) envelopes received so far the new public on sale is Feb 28th @ 10 a.m. CST via .

Public on sale is Feb 28th @ 10 a.m. CST via .

Also important for those considering buying , don’t miss this part of the announcement:

All mail order and Dead Online purchasers will receive commemorative Fare Thee Well tickets, designed art selected by Grateful Dead Ticketing from the mail order envelopes submitted by .

***No tickets have been released yet. If you attempt to purchase tickets from an online ticket reseller prior to February 12th they are likely to be

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