The U.S. group is also a former participant Thank you dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann – are scheduled to begin the first phase of the targeted festival tomorrow (January 7) at the Moon Palace Resort in Cancun, Mexico. The second run will take place next weekend (January 13-16).
Dead & Company wrote on social media today (January 6): “Today, according to his doctor, before leaving for Mexico, @JohnMayer he passed a positive test for COVID-19 and will not be able to participate in the “Playing in the Sand” event to be held in Cancun’s Riviera on January 7-10.
They continued: “The weekend will now be attended by Dos Hermanos con Amigos: @MickeyHart and @BobWeir with @JeffChimentiMusic and @Oteil_Burbridge, added by @LuvrzLane, Tom Hamilton @trhjunior and including special guests and seating ins @MissMargoPrice and others. ”
Weir added: “We’re here to relax. Unfortunately, some of our brothers can’t do it, but we’ll have fun.”
The update will come in a few days drummer Bill Kreutzmann was forced to leave “Playing in the Sand” on the doctor’s orders.. He will miss both legs of the festival.
“It’s no surprise that after playing special rhythms all my life, my heart came up with a unique idea about rhythm,” writes Bill Kreutzmann, and that he was advised to “keep calm” for the rest of the month. added.
He played Dead & Company last August The Grateful Dead’s Woodstock 1969 collection is a faithful recreational. This came as part of their ongoing tour of North America, the show was held on the festival’s original website. In that month, one person died After falling off a balcony at an exhibition in New York.
Meanwhile, John Mayer is scheduled to leave for the U.S. next month To support his 2021 album “Under the Rock”.