this venue was not on the 24th; it was on the 26...i was there. the soldier field shows were first, then the riverport shows happened. the soldier field and riverport shows, as they are listed in teh shows page both have a date of july 24th. although i wish it was, that's just not possible. can't wait for the spring tour of the dead! i turn 40 in february...you guys have made my year! i'm on the bus!
It's ALL OVER NOW (Stones) was after half step, not it's all over now baby blue
Ramble on Rose
* Way to go Home
-E- Box of Rain
Way to go Home>
O 1 jam>
Wave to the Wind>
Other 1 (2nd Verse)>
So Many Rds>
SUNY Stony Brook, Saturday, October 16th 1971 is missing from the 1971 listings. I have the ticket stub. It was a great concert. Authenticate it, if you must, just don't leave it out.
"Takes all you got just to stay on the beat . . ."
The page for the 2/25/90 show lists the next show as 3/21/90, when it should be 2/26/90.
Thanks for all of the good work -
I have one small correction in the set list for 10-10-1981 to make. In the first set, “Big River” was not played. Instead, they played “Feel Like A Stranger”.
A scan of my ticket is on this page:
And my excellent photos of the show are off of this page:
Keep up the good work; great website,
Ken Windish, dead.net member “kwindish”.
PS: Should you go to my website and see a photo you’d like to see on dead.net, let me know and I’ll upload it as a fanphoto! email@example.com Peace.
You note the only "So What" yet it's not listed in the set list.
From your download series Vol 5 it looks to be pre-Sugar Mag
Hey this one is not on your list. I was there (mostly) and I have the ticket to prove it. Portland Civic Senter, Postland, Maine. Joan Armatrading opened for the Dead. Space Waffle
The "next show" link at http://www.dead.net/show/november-1-1979 should go to november 2, not 4.