please note the one that slipped through the cracks
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"Whoa-oh, what I want to know is; are you kind?"
This is an incorrect date.
The first St Louis area appearances were 2 performances at the National Guard Armory, May 24 and 25th, 1968. A local group the PUBLIC SERVICE BLUES BAND (not the Iron Butterfly) opened for the Dead both nights. I attended the second performance, on May 25.
(Note that the Iron Butterfly was NOT on this bill with them, but on the Feb 6 1969 appearance at Keil Opera House. The Dead opened the concert, based on the toss of a coin. I attended this performance.)
This show is listed twice! Oops!
This show is listed twice!
This show was in Kansas City, Kansas
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall 2-5-69
I was there, with several others from my town. An outstanding show. The GD opened for Iron Butterfly that evening, what a very strange night it was.
This show should be 4/14/83!
Show starts with Jack Straw, before 1/2 Step.
Listening to the full show on Sirius right now.
The 3-28-73 that is listed on dead.net is actually the setlist that occurs on 3-26-73. So if you scroll from 3-26 to 3-28 you see the same setlist.
Hopefully the Dead.net folks will update the info for 3-28.
As a side note: I've always thought the Weather Report Prelude through Johnny B Goode section of this show (3-28) should be considered for a future Road Trips release. The Dark Star from the show is simply stunning!
My ticket stub says April 15, 1977. Great show, did they change the date that year? Maybe it was the Roses