Grateful Dead co-founder Bob Weir and his side group Wolf Bros have scrapped all their remaining 2020 tour dates due to the ongoing pandemic. In addition to Weir, the lineup is rounded out by legendary producer Don Was on bass and drummer Jay Lane.

The announcement was posted on BobWeir.com and reads in full:

Out of an abundance of caution we are cancelling the remaining Bob Weir and Wolf Bros tour dates for the remainder of 2020. The health, well-being and safety of everyone in our live music community continues to be our priority. We thank you for your continued understanding, support and love. We can’t wait to get back on the road performing for all of you as soon as we safely can!

Fans who purchased tickets for our upcoming shows directly from the official box office will automatically receive a full refund within 30 days. For further ticket information, contact your point of purchase.

In the meantime, be good to yourselves – and to each other. Help a neighbor. Find a way to pay it forward. We are all in this together. Let there be songs to fill the air. See y’all soon.

Bob, Don and Jay

Bob Weir told us that he still feels as passionate about performing his Grateful Dead songs today as he did when he was on the road with the late-Jerry Garcia: “I love these tunes. I mean, I love 'em as deeply as I love anything. There was a while that I couldn't even play 'em 'cause I couldn't, y'know, I couldn't — emotionally, I wasn't ready for it. And then I got lonesome enough for 'em, and then, y'know, every time we'd bring out a new one of those old chestnuts, y'know, I'd get plenty misty — and I still do.”

AUDIO: BOB WEIR SAYS HE STILL LOVES THE DEAD’S SONGS