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10 Fun Travel Tours for Singles
Traveling isn’t just for couples and families. The best time to travel just could be when you’re single. But if you’re more extroverted and prefer the company, a fun travel tour for singles could be the best option.
For the ultimate nature adventure, there’s nothing better than an African safari. However, as majestic as the sights are in Africa, it’s a dangerous place. That’s why you should choose your travel company with care, especially as a solo traveler. EcoTraining teaches folks to be professional safari guides in year-long courses. Thus, you know they gotta know their stuff. For the adventurous traveler, they offer short trips where you can venture into wild Africa. Be prepared to walk, haul your own stuff, and sleep under the wild African stars.
Your Big Fat Greek Party
For the party animal, Friendship Travel offers a house party for singles once a year in the summertime. The company takes over the whole Apollon hotel, which is located on the Greek isle Zante. Enjoy the beach and water park that are both within walking distance of the hotel, in addition to the hotel’s own small pool.
If a relaxing vacation in a picture perfect location is more your thing, take a trip to Sicily, Italy. With Jules Verne you can enjoy their trips that offer no single supplements, avoiding the premium prices that solo travelers often have to pay. If you want to join a group that is exclusively for single travelers, this company is a great option. In addition to Italy, you can travel to 8 other fantastic locations. The advantage to going with only solo travelers is that everyone will be more social and you can easily make new friends.
Take the trek to the incredible Machu Picchu with Intrepid Travel. This company is one of the largest companies in the world, so Machu Picchu isn’t the only incredible destination they offer. They claim that approximately 50% of their travelers come alone. That means the chances of meeting up with other solo travelers on the tour are good.
Another great choice of travel company is Flash Pack. If you can’t find your favorite destination with Intrepid, consider checking out Flash Pack’s itineraries. They do a great job for solo travelers as they make up about 90% of their clientele. Enjoy tons of fantastic locations all around the world, including the exotic sights of northern India. Do you dream of catching sight of a majestic tiger in its natural habitat? You could see one on safari in Ranthambore National Park.
A Frozen Adventure
Antarctica or the Arctic might not be on everyone’s bucket list. But for those willing to brave the cold, it’s an adventure you won’t ever forget. You can find a great trip with Exodus Travels. They even earmark some of their tours specifically for solo travelers. You can make new friends among a special group of people, the most adventurous travelers on the planet.
Calling all yogis. What better way to relax than by taking a trip that focuses on your favorite activity? Plus, you’ll get to meet a fun group of like-minded people. Take your yoga moves to the next level in Ibiza, Spain with Yoga Fit Retreats. Enjoy beautiful sights and let your worries melt away on this retreat. You’ll come back from your amazing vacation super stress-free.
Learn a Skill
GoLearnTo is a great company offering lessons as part of their travel packages. Choose from classes focusing on wellbeing, language, cooking, painting, sports, and much more. The best part is, there’s no single supplement so your trip is affordable and fun. Plus, you’ll come home having learned a new skill.
Sail the Ocean Blue
Want to spend your vacation on the water? Taking a cruise on a small ship with Overseas Adventure Travel is a great way to do that. In some cases, you don’t even have to pay a single supplement. The company offers a great online community and an excellent roommate matching service. For a private room, you may pay a little extra, but it isn’t the 50% markup that single supplements can often be.
Rock Climbing in Spain
Looking for an exciting adventure sure to get your blood pumping? Go for a rock climbing trip to Spain. Rock and Sun offer some fantastic trips and over half of their clientele are solo travelers. You don’t have to be an expert either. The tour provides opportunities for all skill levels.
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The Grateful Dead called it quits for good following their 50th Anniversary concerts a few years back, but their spirit has lived on in Dead & Company, formed by legendary Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann, and rounded out by modern-day luminaries John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti. This incredibly talented sextet is unfortunately ending their touring days as well, but not without one final tour in 2023. And if you hurry, there's still time to score great tickets for any performance!
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The band who call themselves Dead & Company took the stage just before 8:00pm. Original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Krueutzmann were joined by friends of the jam, Oteil Burbridge on bass and Jeff Chimenti on keys. Oteil and Chimenti came with resumés written for the job, but the young face on the stage came from a different world altogether. It’s no secret John Mayer has guitar skills beyond what might appear on his Top 40 pop rock albums, but he isn’t the first person who comes to mind when thinking about a Jerry Garcia stand-in. That being said, any trepidation the crowd might have felt was immediately put to rest by the 38-year-old singer-songwriter. As if teaching himself close to a hundred Dead-related songs wasn’t enough, Mayer was in lockstep with the rest of the band through the entire performance. Instead of trying to be a living, breathing hologram of Garcia (which would have been a disaster), he found a way of paying tribute to the lost legend without giving up his own personality. The night opened with a rejuvenated Weir on lead vocals for “Hell in a Bucket”, before he turned it over to Mayer for “Brown Eyed Women”. The transition was seamless. Weir’s vocals were much stronger than they were when I saw him with Futhur, even though they could have been louder in the mix. There was zero banter and very little pause between songs as the two guitarists burned down the road that was being paved out of thin air by Hart and Kruetzmann. The two drummers communicated via a silent language only they understood, while the great skull in the sky hung above them. The sounds emanating from the stage, along with the visuals on the trio of giant screens, were enough to convince me I’d never really experienced the Grateful Dead before. - See more at: http://ilistensoyoudonthaveto.com/2015/12/01/dead-company-1stbank-center-11-25-15/#sthash.7HpYNB9p.dpuf
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Huge disappointment. These guys were on autopilot the entire show....absolutely no energy. They might as well have dialed in from home. I realize I'm in the minority with this bad review, but I have I can't help but think they are new fans that were just happy to be there...in other words not expecting a real grateful dead show. Obviously the Jerry days will never return, but even further was way better and 50th anniversary shows with the core four + trey & Bruce absolutely rocked. I have no doubt Mayer and Otel are doing there best, but its obvious that bob's ego is what's driving this. In order to avoid tarnishing the legacy of the dead, I beg him to stop this mockery and consider doing one set of shows a year with the core 4 plus Trey or someone worthy of being up there on stage with them (maybe a revolving cast of replacements; trey one year, Clapton the next year, Dylan, etc).
So please drop the feud with Phil, get him back, drop Mayer and only do a few shows a year so you have the energy to put on a good show
My first Dead show was in 1973 and this was arguably the best I have ever seen...especially that first set! Bob Weir appears to be getting younger...his voice is remarkable. Oteil is a joy to watch...big smiles through out and he played the entire show barefoot. The band seems to get tighter with each show. John Mayer was in rare form on lead guitar and vocals...amazing! Jeff Chimenti is just remarkable...his range is boundless and his performances are becoming legendary. Bill and Mickey were their usual rock steady selves. This current line-up is superb! It is hard to imagine that they could get even better but they never cease to amaze! Even the most knowledgeable Deadheads have got to admit that Dead & Company are as good and maybe even better than the original incarnation.
Great time. Great people. While every song was expertly performed, I was bummed with the songs chosen for the set list. I was expecting a more upbeat show for the last one of the tour. Seemed biploar at times. As soon as the crowd got amped by a great song, they followed up with a slow song and the crowd began to become disinterested. Wish it was a bit livelier on a consistent basis. Also, each song was slower tempo than normal and not what we expexted.
Saw the band in Nashville on the first tour ( arena not festival) hadn't yet heard any JM music. By the time they hit Althea I was sold. Went to NY citified last tour ( my son lives in NY) got another stellar show. Expected and got Tennessee Jed in Nashville but a great treat to hear it in NY.
I'm not the guy trying to compare this band to Grateful Dead, it is a different band but I also don't consider it a cover band.
Absolutely phenomenal show. Lots of people are complaining about the tempo of the songs, but I had no issues at all. What a special treat to hear Corrina live; I love that song and the boys played it magnificently. Ship of Fools, Minglewood, Cassidy, He's Gone, The Weight, New Speedway, Touch of Grey, and Good Lovin' were some other favorites of mine that I got to hear for the first time. Thank you Dead and Co!
We live in San Diego and unfortunately, we chose to drive to the Phoenix show instead of the Las Vegas show. Bad choice. Even though the drive was much nicer, the show was a disappointment. 4-5 good songs, with 3 total duds.
This won't stop me from going to future shows, but may make me think twice before investing 10 hours of driving and in a hotel room.
Amazing!! The Last show I saw was over twenty years ago, so I was apprehensive when I heard of the new conglomeration with John Meyer, but I'm so pleased he came on board. He's a great musician and he's not trying to be Jerry, he's trying to help keep The Dead alive, and I admire him for it. It was a wonderful show and I will definitely catch the next one!
A wonderful night with old friends that I hadn't met before! :) It was a night of camaraderie, and renewed enthusiasm for the music, and the band carrying on the legacy.
Great energy from Dead & Co. China Cat was a standout for me. It had a slow build to a powerful conclusion. It was a joy to be back on the bus again. Cheers!
My first time seeing Dead and Company, my husband has seen them several times. The best show/concert I have ever been to. A great time! They sounded awsome and the people around made for an enjoyable experience. I can't wait to see them again. Definitely a new yearly tradition!
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Dead & Company Announce Final Tour: See the Full List of Dates
The 2023 tour kicks off on May 19 at Los Angeles' Kia Forum.
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Dead & Company ‘s upcoming summer tour will be their final run.
John Mayer , who has been part of the the modern incarnation of the Grateful Dead since it was created in 2015, shared the band statement to his Instagram on Friday (Sept. 23). “As we put the finishing touches on booking venues, and understanding that word travels fast, we wanted to be the first to let you know that Dead & Company will be hitting the road next summer for what will be our final tour,” he wrote alongside the rose-adorned promotional tour poster for the upcoming summer stint. “Stay tuned for a full list of dates for what will surely be an exciting, celebratory, and heartfelt last run of shows.”
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The band includes Mayer, guitarist/vocalist Bob Weir, drummer/percussionists Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, as well as keyboardist Jeff Chimenti and bassist Otiel Burbridge. The group’s 2019 tour grossed $40.9 million and sold 486,917 tickets, marking Dead & Company’s biggest tour yet, up 16% over 2018’s $35.2 million gross.
The band revealed the full list of tour dates on Thursday (Oct. 6), beginning on May 19, 2023, in Los Angeles at the Kia Forum and stretching through July 15, when the tour ends in San Francisco at Oracle Park.
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05/19 – Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum 05/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum 05/23 – Phoenix, AZ @ Ak-Chin Pavilion 05/26 – Dallas, TX @ Dos Equis Pavilion 05/28 – Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amphitheatre 05/30 – Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion 06/01 – Raleigh, NC @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek 06/03 – Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live 06/05 – Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake 06/07 – St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater 06/09 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field 06/10 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field 06/13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center 06/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizen’s Bank Park 06/17 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center 06/18 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center 06/21 – New York, NY @ Citi Field 06/22 – New York, NY @ Citi Field 06/25 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park 06/27 – Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center 07/01 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field 07/02 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field 07/03 – Boulder, CO @ Folsom Field 07/07 – George, WA @ The Gorge 07/08 – George, WA @ The Gorge 07/14 – San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park 07/15 – San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park
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Dead & Company share dates for 2022 US summer tour
The jam band is set to kick off the tour with a date at Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium
Dead & Company have shared dates for an upcoming US summer tour. You can purchase tickets here .
The jam band – composed of surviving Grateful Dead members alongside John Mayer , Jeff Chimenti and Oteil Burbridge – are set to play Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium on June 11 before stopping in Boulder, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Philadelphia. The band also plans to play two dates in New York City to close out the tour on July 15 and 16. See a full list of stops below.
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This latest tour announcement comes after multiple postponements from the band. Earlier this year, they were forced to cancel their destination festival, Playing In The Sand , less than 24 hours before gates were set to open. The news of the destination show cancellation came at the heels of John Mayer testing positive for COVID, and pulling out of the event.
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JUNE 11 Los Angeles, CA – Dodger Stadium 13 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre 14 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre 17 Boulder, CO – Folsom Field 18 Boulder, CO – Folsom Field 21 Maryland Heights, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 22 Cincinnati, OH – Riverbend Music Center 24 Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field 25 Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field 28 Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Music Center 29 Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre
JULY 1 – Bethel, NY – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 2 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium 5 – Hartford, CT – The Xfinity Theatre 6 – Saratoga Springs, NY – SPAC 8 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park 12 – Burgettstown, PA – The Pavilion at Star Lake 15 – Queens, NY – Citi Field 16 – Queens, NY – Citi Field
Meanwhile, Mayer announced last month that he was leaving Columbia Records after 21 years , adding that he’s looking forward to exploring “new avenues of making music”. The singer-songwriter took to Instagram on March 4 to share the news with his fans.
“After 21 years, eight studio albums, and some wonderful personal and creative relationships, I have decided not to renew my recording agreement with Columbia Records,” he began.
“Hard as it is to say goodbye, I’m excited to pursue new avenues of making music, both of [sic] my own and with other artists.”
“I love music more than ever, and I believe some of my best work still lies ahead,” he continued, before signing off: “With gratitude and enthusiasm, John.”
His final album on Columbia was last year’s ‘Sob Rock’. In a four-star review of Mayer’s eighth LP, NME ‘s Will Lavin wrote: “Mayer’s willingness to poke fun at himself lends itself perfectly to the satirical foundation of ‘Sob Rock’. It is by all means a stimulating body of work with ample substance, but it doesn’t take itself too seriously.
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Dead and Company Announce Dates and On-Sale Times for Final Tour Next Summer
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Shortly after announcing that next summer’s tour would be the last one for Dead and Company , the group has announced the full schedule of dates for that farewell outing, with tickets set to go on sale a week from Friday.
The tour will begin with a two-night stand at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum May 19-20 and end — perhaps not surprisingly — in San Francisco, at Oracle Park, where this offshoot of the Grateful Dead will call it a night after final gigs set to take place there July 14-15.
Tickets go on sale Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. local time through deadandcompany.com.
The band had formally announced that the forthcoming tour would be its last in a Sept. 23 statement, with the members acknowledging that word was bound to get out as dates were in the last stages of booking. “As we put the finishing touches on booking venues, and understanding that word travels fast, we wanted to be the first to let you know that Dead & Company will be hitting the road next summer for what will be our final tour,” the September statement read. “Stay tuned for a full list of dates for what will surely be an exciting, celebratory, and heartfelt last run of shows.
Early in 2022, there had been rumors that the band would be hanging it up after this past summer’s tour. It turns out the speculation was off by a year, with one more extended chance to see the band still ahead.
In response to an April 2022 report in Rolling Stone that the group would cease touring after this year, the band pumped the brakes on that news, saying then that “Dead & Company has made no official decision as to this being their final tour.” Bob Weir even posted on Twitter: “News to me.”
Health concerns have been an issue in keeping the full lineup intact, with original Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann sometimes having to miss shows. On the summer 2022 tour, he was out of the lineup for six straight shows before delighting fans by returning for the tour-closing shows at New York’s Citi Field.
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