Later this month, current players within the California music scene will come together to perform the Grateful Dead‘s Aoxomoxoa and Live Dead in full to celebrate 50 years since their respective releases in 1969.

As previously announced, guitarist Ethan Miller of California Bay Area bands Howlin Rain and Heron Oblivion will team up with Adam MacDougall (Circles Around The Sun, Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Dan Horne (Circles Around The Sun, Grateful Shred), Austin Beede (Grateful Shred), and Isaiah Mitchell (Earthless) to perform the two albums in full with two separate shows at The Chapel in San Francisco on October 28th-29th.

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On Wednesday, more names were added to the two upcoming performances with Brigid Dawson (Thee Oh Sees), Paula Frazer (Tarnation) and Greg Loiacono (Mother Hips/ Green Leaf Rustlers) set to join in on the fun for the Aoxomoxoa show on Monday, October 28th. Raze Regal (Once & Future Band), Dan Lebowitz (ALO), Bill Orcutt, Meg Baird and Charlie Saufley (Espers/ Heron Oblivion) will join the group for the Live Dead performance the following night, October 29th.

More special guest vocalists are expected to be announced in the coming days as well.

“Myself, the four other incredible musicians in the band and a number of exceptional guest performers are coming together to bring these records to life again and to celebrate their vast and undying energy,” Miller said of the anniversary performances with the initial announcement earlier this month. “In the performance of ‘Aoxomoxoa’ it gives folks a chance to see, hear and feel something live that I’m not sure even the Dead ever fully committed to the stage in its entirety. As for ‘Live Dead’, we’re just gonna set it loose and see what happens. It’s the only way to really honor the spirit, energy, and exploration of what that record accomplished. The sound and spirit of these historic albums are going to be there and then some. It’s all gonna be a party!”

Tickets for the two all-ages anniversary shows are on sale now here for 10/28, and here for 10/29. A portion of all proceeds will go to the Grateful Dead’s Rex Foundation.