Readers, we know this show is a bit far out on most people’s calendars, but we really thought y’all should have this show on your mental radars. The legendary Bob Weir (most notable as a founding member of The Grateful Dead) will be visiting Music City with his project Ratdog, and from our perspective, this could be one of the stronger shows of the fall. Even ignoring the fact that you’ll get to see a living legend playing live (which is quite a big fact to ignore), you’ll get to do so at one of Nashville’s premier outdoor venues, The Woods at Fontanel. If you’ve ever been to a show there, you know that the trees, lights, and general atmosphere of the location is quite special and really lends to the excitement of the evening, which should not only pump up Bob Weir and Ratdog, but will also energize the set of opener The Chris Robinson Brotherhood. The entire affair will happen on September 14th, and will cost you in the neighborhood of $40-75, depending on the quality of your ticket. You can purchase tickets at this link if you’re interested; stay tuned for more information on the show as the date grows closer.