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Upcoming Concert Cruises

Sat October 19th

Dead Set On The Bay 3 Sunset Cruise featuring Stu Allen, Lebo, Reed Mathis, Jay Lane, Todd Stoops, and Sunshine Becker.

Sailing from Pier 3 in SF on the San Francisco Spirit. Your favorite Grateful Dead Tunes, spectacular Sunset views, dancing on the waves, bars, food. All tickets are non-refundable. Thanks to our sponsor Flow Kana.


Sat November 9th

Phishin' On The Bay Sunset Cruise with Chum & Stu Allen with The “Listen For My Horns” sailing from Alameda, afloat upon the waves aboard the Commodore Cruises Fume Blanc. Party like Prince Caspian!

Thanks to our sponsor Flow Kana.

All tickets are non-refundable.


Upcoming Concerts

Weds Oct 16th

Grateful Wednesdays at Ashkenaz in Berkeley with Cubensis. CUBENSIS brings the Grateful Dead concert experience back to life. Drawing from all eras of the Dead, the band performs full sets of Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia Band classics that retain all the spontaneous exploratory jamming for which the bands were known. However, the music produced is uniquely Cubensis. Cubensis has over three decades of history, as Southern California’s Premier Dead Tribute. Don’t miss this rare Bay Area appearance.

Fri Oct 18th

Dead Set On The Bay 3 Pre-Party at the Ivy Room in the East Bay! Zach Nugent’s Disco Dead featuring Reed Mathis on guitar. Saints of Circumstance Open. Disco-infused Grateful Dead Dance Party!

Sat Oct 19th

The official Dead Set On The Bay 3 Grateful After-Party at Amnesia featuring The Alligators Pigpen Tribute (House Band for the Skull & Roses Fest) and Bluelight Cheap Hotel with special guests Erica Jeski & Mike Meagher. And who knows who else might show up to sit in…

Fri Oct 25th

A Sugartown Songwriter Showcase in Crockett featuring two great trios led by two rising Bay Area Songwriters worth noting: Matt Jaffe and Elizabeth Lubin. Originals and some Tom Petty hits. Plus a Pop-Up Filipino Dinner, cold drinks & warm people at Toot’s Tavern.

Weds Oct 30th

Its a psychedelic Trip or Treat Costume Ball at Ashkenaz, featuring Keystone Revisited. Keystone Revisited plays the music of Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders- Grateful Dead, Legion of Mary and Reconstruction. Featuring bass phenom Tony Saunders & Scott Guberman. Best costume wins a ticket to Phishin’ On The Bay!

Fri Nov 8th

Blues Harp Sugartown Shakedown at Toot’s with Grammy Nominated Harmonica Master Mark Hummel & The Deep Basement Shakers and World-class Blues Duo Aki Kumar & Jon Lawton. Plus a Filipino Dinner Pop-Up.

Fri Nov 15th

The trimphant debut of Scarlet Fire, featuring Jonny Mojo & Matt Hartle of Achillees Wheel & China Cats on guitars and vocals with an all-star band, plus Holiday Crafts Shakedown & Filipino Pop-Up!

Fri Nov 29th

A night of your favorite Neil Young and Bob Dylan songs at Toot’s Tavern in Crockett, done right by Shakey Zimmerman (full electric band). Plus a Filipino dinner Pop-Up.

Fri Dec 6th

Magic In The Other EP Release Party at The Ivy Room! With Avi Vincour (Goodnight, Texas). Mr. Hat’s favorite local Indie-Jam Rock Trio in the East Bay, get your tickets today!

Weds Dec 18th

Grateful Wednesday at Ashkenaz featuring a new Dead Tribute Project of Epic Proportions- Left-Handed Monkey Wrench Gang in their Bay Area Debut. Featuring familiar faces from JGB, Phil Lesh & Friends, China Cats, & The Mars Hotel. Handmade Holiday Shakedown Street- stick it to the man & buy direct from local artists.

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It was a really beautiful event! Staff were very friendly and kind and the food was amazing. I enjoyed the music and the crowd, what a great time!
— Grace from Berkeley, CA/ Happy Concert Cruiser
It was one of the best nights of my life. I mean that.
— Marnie B., DSOTB 2 Cruiser
This Cruise was amazing. The wind, the smell, the view, the MUSIC, the friends.. it was everything I hoped for and more. I was born in sf and man just seeing the City from the Bay, jeez brought tears to my eyes.
High Vibrations —

The world is still a beautiful place.
— Renee, Dead Set On The Bay attendee
In just a few months he garnered us the recognition and opportunities that we had been trying for years to create. He rallied fans and other artists to create events that put the band on the map! I don’t think we ever would have made such a splash on the national level without the vibrant community Mr. Hat created around the act... I know his imagination and optimism will be an asset to anyone who gets the opportunity to work with him.
— Nathan Scott Moore