The Grateful Dead’s classic album Workingman’s Dead turns 50 this year. The influential band are releasing a special reissue for all the Deadheads to celebrate with them.

Plus the deluxe edition will have an unreleased 1971 concert at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on February 21st.

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE GRATEFUL DEAD – Bruce Hornsby, from left, Jeff Chimenti, Mickey Hart, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Trey Anastasio of The Grateful Dead perform at Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well Show at Soldier Field on Sunday, July 5, 2015, in Chicago, Ill. (Photo by Jay Blakesberg/Invision for the Grateful Dead/AP Images)


Grateful Dead archivist and producer David Lemieux told the Rolling Stone that, “The show we’ve selected gives a definitive overview of what the band were up to six months after the release of the album, and shows the Dead sound that would largely define the next couple of years.”


This is a reissue of a classic album that you don’t want to miss.