McNichols Sports Arena - August 13, 1979
August 13, 1979
last "Nobody's Jam": 08-31-78 
Set List:Shakedown Street
Me and My Uncle
Friend of the Devil
New Minglewood Blues
I Need a Miracle
The Other One
Attendees of this show
dubai-escorts-bunnies, LonoTheOno, aikomark, MANOFORT, basira, gratefulseedsaver, yaffstone, henn, martyroosf, B O, 7thWalker, JesterJSNWMF, ccklone, nitecat, stevespit, GripWeed, Canady, Joe Cat, miltonmutant, loveumore, Garybegd, quick68, grateful hawaiian, azforker, gratefulljeff, ktronan, PeggyO65, Balloonatic Austinweird, J-Lu, chicosez, scotts, downtownbear, ksj, stu magoo, pokologist, ddam, folsom9372, Guardian, scotty m, jonser, digitunes, gjs56, docmark, hashburysp, nicklas59, snowboardpete, jtrueheart, papastone, cool colo. rain, neilwine, firstname.lastname@example.org, refugee3, smithmm, New York Guy, gr8fldanielle, bucks yellow-van, jimbro57, kimbo, muff1969, free idea, aikox2, lamarred664, CindyLou, DeadPhotog, kusinit, MichaelCR, aliceDmillionair, bucks-yellow van, AlanSheckter, Johnny_A, friskotatt2, S Grey, pieface, drkeith, Peachy, wharftrat, terrapination, Timberline Rose, glicks, goverlid, Brownie, Dice, HowardH, Gr8fulTed, Freddie, Valerie Stevenson, aligator, phoenixburke, driddels, Tito714, Mikey, smallwarfrat, slidebrain, deshafe, jed759, jblotter, Walstib, westsiderider, Bearzchoice, Bob Minkin, Grr8ful, micgram1999, gratefuldeadinmyhead, Nefesh, fishman, buscameby, bobsdead, gleng1, Live Life in Real Time, Japegirou, suzy creamcheese, hot2na, tony23d, MattMan, Dave Matlick, Queer Deadhead, StLMSOSea, Tony_S, Hawilo, ram, gcs, bigsky, Sinc6, paisley, Chief, ikofun, EDupree, hiker, NYLifer, DrkStr, myeviltwin, d0ti5, marlo, kennyony, Golden Road, AnDe, snoone, spam, Post N. Steiner, GRTUD, kuu, Jonckel
I thought there were so many dead heads with no tickets and that is why the band said heck we gonna give this show to our tribe so we gonna move it to a bigger location so EVERYONE can attend the show. I only remember one red rocks and one Mcnichols but man we are taking long ago strange trips.
Great shows ...Marshall Tucker at the RR then the Dead the next night...then rain...so it was Mcnichols...oh man the holiday inn after the shows was crazy...the bar at the top...seemed like everyone was gonna dose...well they did...we took over the bar...the suits in the bar just kind of looked at us like we was nuts....perhaps we were...oh the fun....
It reeaallly rained hard and the shows had to be moved. Bummer. But ticket problems were fixed for many, including myself.
My first Dead show ever was the night before and now I had my mojo working. I told my cynical friend Tom that they were going to open with Shakedown Street. He shnarffed at my lack of tour experience, telling me they NNNeeever open with Shakedown Street. Lesson learned early on - never say never at a Grateful Dead concert! We lit one up together as the band laid down the opening chords...
Another great show. The band missed not a beat by moving indoors. I'm sure they were all just as bummed as we were that the show had to be moved and Bobby expressed his appreciation for the crew a couple of times from the stage.
This was supposed to be at red rocks, but due to rain, they moved to McNichols. The night before T RR was awesome, so I think everyone was bummed to be indoors, but the boys tired to bust it out. I DNS if the dead had played there previously. Acoustics fair. Crowd a little subdues due to venue change or maybe I am just spoiled by Winterland vibe being from the city. They played some of my favs. High from first set: in the middle, me and my uncle, candy man,el paso, big river, and FODevil and closed it with deal. Second set highs:Bertha, he's gone (cool Colorado rain) and wharf rat. Sugar Mag encore was cool
This was supposed to be at red rocks, but due to rain, they moved to McNichols. The night before the show RR was awesome, so I think everyone was bummed to be indoors, but the boys tired to bust it out. I DNS if the dead had played there previously. Acoustics fair. Crowd a little subdues due to venue change or maybe I am just spoiled by Winterland vibe being from the city. They played some of my favs. High from first set: in the middle, me and my uncle, candy man,el paso, big river, and FODevil and closed it with deal. Second set highs:Bertha, he's gone (cool Colorado rain) and wharf rat. Sugar Mag encore was cool. Bill Walton was there for all three nights.