Rising producer LP Giobbi will bring her buzzworthy Dead House set on the road for a string of Dead & Company after-parties on the band’s Final Tour. Newly added stops include shows in Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, Boulder, and San Francisco.

LP Giobbi will get on the bus beginning on May 6th with a previously announced show at New Orleans, LA’s The Howlin’ Wolf following Dead & Company’s headlining performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The Big Easy performance will also feature support from Yesmann (Craig Brodhead of Cool Cool Cool). Tickets for LP’s New Orleans Dead House party are now available here. For a complete list of Live For Live Music‘s Fest by Nite late-night shows in New Orleans during Jazz Fest, head here.

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A month later, when Dead & Company’s Final Tour gets going in earnest, LP Giobbi will host a Dead House soiree at Chicago’s Metro on June 9th following the first night of a two-night Dead & Co run at Wrigley Field. Dead & Company will continue their tour of America’s ballparks with shows in Philadelphia and NYC, with LP Giobbi visiting each city’s respective Brooklyn Bowl for a late-night dance party (6/15, 6/22).

After Dead & Company play Boston’s Fenway Park, fans can go for extra innings at Brighton Music Hall (6/24). Over in the Western United States, LP Giobbi will perform at Boulder, CO’s Fox Theatre following the culmination of Dead & Company’s three-night run at Folsom Field (7/3). Finally, LP Giobbi will stage a final Dead House after-party at The Fillmore in San Francisco on July 15th ahead of Dead & Company’s last show on the 16th at Oracle Park in the Grateful Dead‘s hometown.

Tickets for all LP Giobbi Dead House Dead & Company after-parties go on sale today, April 13th at 10:00 a.m. local time. Dead & Company tickets are available here. A portion of the proceeds from all LP Giobbi after-parties will benefit MusiCares and Femme House, the latter of which was co-founded by Giobbi as a means of creating opportunities in the music industry for women and gender-expansive individuals through education and scholarships.

A dyed-in-the-wool Deadhead whose parents attended hundreds of shows and ingrained the music in her from an early age, LP Giobbi has found favor with fans new and old with her electronic remixes of the band’s catalog. Last year, Jerry Garcia‘s family approached her for an official remix of Jerry’s 1972 solo debut, Garcia, for its 50th anniversary. She has since performed at Dead & Company’s final Playing In The Sand Mexico event, and on Thursday released a reimagining of “Touch of Grey” and “China Cat Sunflower”, available to stream below.

LP Giobbi, Grateful Dead – “Touch of Grey x China Cat Sunflower (LP Giobbi Reimagine)”