Dead & Company have announced that they will issue an IPO at the end of next quarter. Guitarist John Mayer revealed via a Snapchat Story that the band will celebrate going public by ringing the bell at the New York Stock Exchange while hyped up on authentic Owsley acid. All six members of the group will sit on the board of the publicly traded company and the annual shareholders’ meeting will explore such matters as setlist construction and Mayer’s wardrobe choices. The news comes after the Justice Department investigated the members of Furthur and The Rhythm Devils before ultimately concluding that their merger does not constitute an illegal monopoly, although the consent decree precludes them from performing “Day Job,” “Money Money” or “France.”