Bobbleheads inspired by the holiday season and the Grateful Dead jam band have been revealed.

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December 1, 2020

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As Hanukkah and Christmas approach, Grateful Dead fans can celebrate with a new line of holiday dancing bear bobbleheads by Kollectico.

The officially licensed Grateful Dead Dancing Bear bobbleheads include Hanukkah Bear, Dancing Bears in Holiday Van and a bobblehead set of four Dancing Bears dressed as Santa, an elf, a reindeer and in a Hanukkah theme. 

"The Grateful Dead's unique, diverse and extraordinarily fun iconography lends itself to so many artistic forms and interpretations and we're thrilled to see these iconic images come to life in the form of bobbleheads," says Andrew S. Hazen, founder and chief executive officer, Kollectico.

The Grateful Dead Holidays bobbleheads are available for purchase online at and other retailers.

“We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership with the Grateful Dead and Rhino Entertainment,” adds Hazen. “The Grateful Dead has always been a huge source of inspiration for me and this is an opportunity for us to use our creativity to honor theirs with exceptional limited-edition collectibles for Grateful Dead fans around the globe.”

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