Purchase tickets here:
Friday 5/31 (Night 1) + Weekend Passes

Saturday 6/1 (Night 2)

5/31 VIP Tickets include:
– Exclusive access to 6:30-7:30 PM VIP performance:
American Beauty performed by
Bill Nershi, Steve Kimock, Aron Magner,
Reed Mathis, Scotty Zwang, Leslie Mendelson

– Dogfish Head American Beauty Happy Hour
+ Complimentary Hors D’oeuvres
– 3 Hour Open Bar
– Wavy Gravy Meet & Greet
– Early Entry
– Screen Printed Event poster
6/1 VIP Tickets include:
– Exclusive access to 6:30-7:30 PM VIP performance:
Workingman’s Dead performed by
Keller Williams, John Kadlecik, Todd Stoops,
Amy Helm, Leslie Mendelson, Jay Lane

– New Orleans-Style Seated Dinner
courtesy of Ripplewood
– 3 Hour Open Bar
– Wavy Gravy Meet & Greet
– Early Entry

Ardmore Music Hall proudly reprises their annual 2-night fundraiser and concert event, Unlimited Devotion, on May 31st and June 1st with iconic social activist and “official clown” of the Grateful Dead, Wavy Gravy, as the guest of honor and yet another star studded lineup of musicians and bands to celebrate the music, spirit and generosity of the Grateful Dead community.

Unlimited Devotion: A Rex Foundation fundraiser will include performances by George Porter Jr, Steve Kimock, Keller Williams, Amy Helm, members of Furthur, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, The String Cheese Incident, The Disco Biscuits and many more. The weekend festivities also include an extraordinary concert poster art exhibit, supergroup sets performing improvised music and the music of the Grateful Dead, and VIP experiences. Proceeds from the weekend will benefit the Rex Foundation, founded by the Grateful Dead, and Camp Winnarainbow, Wavy Gravy’s summer camp for kids; The Unlimited Devotion event has raised over $80,000 in charitable donations so far – and counting.

Here is a little reminder of the fun we had last year below!

About The Rex Foundation: In the fall of 1983, the Rex Foundation was established as a non-profit charitable organization by members of the Grateful Dead, their friends, and families, to further the long-established tradition of generosity the band was well-known for. Supporting programs that might otherwise be overlooked by mainstream funders, The Rex Foundation offers unsolicited small grants, generally in the $5,000 range, to organizations in the U.S. and beyond who are doing innovative grassroots work in supporting the environment, education, arts for youth, social services, building community and other areas aligned with the Rex mission. Since 1984 the Rex Foundation has granted $8.9 million to over 1,200 recipients.

About Camp Winnarainbow: Camp Winnarainbow is a circus and performing arts camp founded and led by Wavy Gravy and his family. The camp provides a training ground to nurture leaders for a peaceful, harmonious and sustainable world by teaching responsibility for one’s own behavior and developing confidence, inner security and appropriate self-expression. The camp encourages respect for oneself, others, and the environment while valuing the uniqueness of each individual, within the diversity of racial, cultural, economic, and religious backgrounds that comprise the camp community.