Terrapin performs at at Stamford’s Palace Theatre

March 8, 2017 GMT

Terrapin, a Connecticut band that creates a Grateful Dead experience, will play at Stamford’s Palace Theatre Saturday, March 11, joined by saxophonist Crispin Cole. The Alpaca Gnomes, a seven-piece rock/folk/jam band from Bridgeport, opens.

Terrapin, featuring veterans of several Dead tribute groups, has played more than 150 concerts since 2013. It is known for its original interpretations of the iconic band’s music.

The band features Paul Dunay, rhythm guitar; J.P. Geoghegan, drums; Ric LuBell, bass; Geoff Schneider, lead guitar; and Matt “Helm” Winthrop, keyboards.

VIP experiences are offered with this show. A $50 ticket includes select orchestra seats, a signed poster from both bands, and a meet-and-greet cocktail reception with Terrapin before the concert.

The Palace Theatre , 61 Atlantic St., Stamford. Saturday, March 11, 8 p.m. $50-$25, $30 day of show. 203-325-4466, palacestamford.org