Cameron Indoor Stadium - April 2, 1982
April 02, 1982
Jerry & Phil swap sides
Set List:New Minglewood Blues
Little Red Rooster
Looks Like Rain
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Samson and Delilah
It Must Have Been the Roses
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
The Other One
Don't Ease Me In
Attendees of this show
davelive, DanHaun12, Jules N Binokulas, gregg_nixon, dan0, Jerry Gillespie, hockey_john, Matty13, logjammin, MtnBB, BonAirLightnin, Lionsghost, cmd, icroyals, EugeneEvon, goodliving, 10-27-79, intrepid, malemute, WillyB, ice cream sue, brooklinme, jilleh, hippierob, Esparka, greeksam78, Dancin Dave, scotts, AlaskaDeadHead1, j.a.bailey, madbonger618, deadredhead, Folkways, landman53, nicklas59, NCgetaway, BornInADesert, JohnRinVA, BurntDawg, SCDeadhead, Deadathoner, deadheadfrom76, skyuka, elgrande, bobby, cepx, jimi864, happeningman, cosmicloyed, laser, drkeith, teamcram, Felix, GR8FLPT, HowardH, Rum Jungle, FlyAwayTooNight, Jetstream, jackerowe, auralworship, brainman, scaldeddog, lakelure2, jblotter, ictrails, bocelts, wmcgurn, lucia dillon, bshawlang, Joey Bonghitter, B.A., Bobby33914, rosenotis, tk and rebx, Raff, philfan61, marlo, Duggles, jergirl61, rodger allinson, Alsflorida, Charlie Miller, unkljohn
I remember when they announced this show, I was in school at UNC-Wilmington and we were so excited. We had always heard that this was an awesome venue and since it was kind of small we were worried about it selling out. So we decided to go to the venue and camp out the night before tickets went on sale. The tickets went on sale several months before the show. Great move. It did sell out fast. They had a huge group of people show up, party all night, and we even had a fire out there. We had as much fun that night as the night of the show. We got great tickets, though there really weren't any bad seats, and met some super folks. We got to go that night after the sale to Love Auditorium and see Jorma solo acoustic with his twelve string and his six string ovation guitars. It was my first time seeing him. Great show. I do remember the whinin' boy blues that he played. I have seen him many times since.
The Show. I loved the way they did Minglewood during this period. They opened with this and we noticed something seemed off. Then we realized that Phil and Jerry had switched sides. I have always thought that it was because Jerry wanted to be closer to Brent but I don't really know. If any of you guys know the reason, technical, personal, or what ever please let me know. It was an all around solid Show. As rocking as the next night was spacey.
no one there.. cameron audit. lousy weather jerry and phil switch sides.. eeeery brent and then, black peter.. first time i saw that and wowowowowowo that made an impact
next night in norfolk rocked TOO
My first show!! It TRULY was a LIFE-CHANGING event!
i went to duke and i was on the concert committee that worked so hard to get that show. it was so special to have the dead at our home and to be a part of the whole experience. i was an "usher" helping people get in and keeping things smooth. once the show started we got to sit on the floor right in front of the stage with the football team as bouncers fprming a ring around us. i spent the show right in front of jerry on my right side of the stage - it was sublime - the boys were in our living room and everyone was happy to be there. i remember bob's looks like rain - he did some cat wailing on that song. those were the good ole days and i will always treasure them
I had heard from my Dead Head college friends, about this venue and I wasn't going to miss out. I remember whole vibe on the campus - jugglers, vendors, and the the threat of rain. In fact, Bobby performed a memorable Looks Like Rain - "I can't take another fucking day!" I also remember Phil hitting bass bomb that shook the whole gym. My oh my, what a show that was - with Jerry bouncing around and kicking balloons on stage. I think that the most I'd ever seen him move!