During their tour-closing two-night stand at Chicago’s Wrigley Field this past weekend, Dead & Company set the venue record for most paid tickets for a single concert ever.

The two nights saw the band play to more than 80,000 fans in the sold-out stadium, the ninth and tenth sell-outs of their 20-show summer tour.

Dead & Company’s tour was also hosting HeadCount’s Participation Row village of non-profits, which ended up raising a grand total of $176,930 for a slew of good causes through their auctioning off of several custom D’Angelico guitars signed by the band members.