Detroit Lightning and Let It Grow | Meow Wolf
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sun 10AM-8PM
(closed every Tuesday)
Fri, Sat 10AM-10PM
1352 Rufina Cir

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Detroit Lightning and Let It Grow

Friday, May 19th
8:00 pm
- 11:59 pm

Guest Act:
Let It Grow
Price: $15 / $15 at the door
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Meow Wolf
1352 Rufina Circle
Santa Fe, NM 87507 United States
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Ages: 21+
21+ except parents with their young children
Exhibit Closes at 10PM
Phone: 505-395-6369

Detroit Lightning show promises to be one of the finest and most creative Grateful Dead tributes and they’re back at Meow Wolf!

Ben Wright (guitar), Paul Feathericci (drums), Josh Martin (bass) and Kevin Zoernig (keys) have become beloved among New Mexico music fans for rendering classic covers with spectacular playing and a signature sound.

This psychedelic super-group of somewhat latent Dead fanaticism was born out of a nostalgic whim and has proven to be not only an accurate, heartfelt tribute to the legendary band, but a new telling of the Grateful Dead story complete with three part harmony vocals, elongated and far-reaching improvisatory sections, contrapuntal melodic voices, and solid rhythmic structure.

Detroit Lightning gives the audience a genuine Grateful Dead experience while presenting familiar tunes in a fresh way, unique to these four talented musicians and their diverse backgrounds.

Let It Grow is a Grateful Dead tribute act from Albuquerque, NM. Known for their exciting original improvisation, the full 6 piece band delivers heart felt renditions of classic songs, while emulating the set lists of historic performances. Let It Grow provides a robust, visceral concert experience that continues to excite Dead fans old and new.


Guest Act

Detroit Lightning and Let It Grow

Let It Grow

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Let It Grow is a Grateful Dead tribute act from Albuquerque, NM. Known for their exciting original improvisation, the full 6 piece band delivers heart felt renditions of classic songs, while emulating the set lists of historic performances. Let It Grow provides a robust, visceral concert experience that continues to excite Dead fans old and new.