• McNichols Sports Arena - December 2, 1992
    first "Rain" - "Woody Woodpecker" and "Funiculi Funicula" tunings before second set - Bob left the stage for a moment during Wharf Rat for a technical problem

setlist

  • Feel Like a Stranger
    They Love Each Other
    Same Thing
    Jack-a-Roe
    Baby Blue
    So Many Roads
    Let it Grow

    China Cat Sunflower
    I Know You Rider
    Long Way to Go Home
    Truckin'
    He's Gone
    Drums
    Space
    I Need a Miracle
    Wharf Rat
    Turn on Your Love Light

    Rain

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first "Rain" - "Woody Woodpecker" and "Funiculi Funicula" tunings before second set - Bob left the stage for a moment during Wharf Rat for a technical problem
setlist
Feel Like a Stranger
They Love Each Other
Same Thing
Jack-a-Roe
Baby Blue
So Many Roads
Let it Grow

China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Long Way to Go Home
Truckin'
He's Gone
Drums
Space
I Need a Miracle
Wharf Rat
Turn on Your Love Light

Rain
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Brad and I drove my car from Kirksville to Denver to see the show. It was snowing and the parking lot was magical. At a mile high, balloons take on a whole different meaning. I picked up a very cool hat and gloves at this show that I still have. My kids laugh at the hat. We saw Greg P. at the show and that was a trip.
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This was the first show after a long layoff, as Jerry once again took time off to deal with health issues. Folks were ready for the band's return. Many of us Deadheads gathered at Brooklyn's bar, near McNichols, to enjoy tunes and brews before the show.Several folks put together an "Ain't No Time to Hate" campaign to protest Colorado's Amendment 2. This proposal to deny protection to the gay and lesbian community did pass; however, 3 years later the case reached the U.S.Supreme Court. Known as Romer vs Evans, our top court tossed out the amendment on May 20, 1996 (Scalia, Rehnquist & Thomas dissenting). Does anyone still have their sticker?
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Eleventh row...on the floor. Loved the encore of Rain. You could tell they wanted to do the song justice.
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I was at this show but this was the first time I've sought out the set list on Dead.net (I have my own journal of shows I attended with this info, but it is not handy at the moment). For some odd reason they have "Baby Blue" in the 1st set. That definitely didnt happen! It should be replaced with 'Its All Over Now' (the Bobby Womack cover).
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    Rottenclam
    3 years 10 months ago
    Mistake in the set list
    I was at this show but this was the first time I've sought out the set list on Dead.net (I have my own journal of shows I attended with this info, but it is not handy at the moment). For some odd reason they have "Baby Blue" in the 1st set. That definitely didnt happen! It should be replaced with 'Its All Over Now' (the Bobby Womack cover).
  • GripWeed
    5 years 1 month ago
    Rain
    Eleventh row...on the floor. Loved the encore of Rain. You could tell they wanted to do the song justice.
  • Gr8fulTed
    7 years 6 months ago
    Rain encore
    This was the first show after a long layoff, as Jerry once again took time off to deal with health issues. Folks were ready for the band's return. Many of us Deadheads gathered at Brooklyn's bar, near McNichols, to enjoy tunes and brews before the show.Several folks put together an "Ain't No Time to Hate" campaign to protest Colorado's Amendment 2. This proposal to deny protection to the gay and lesbian community did pass; however, 3 years later the case reached the U.S.Supreme Court. Known as Romer vs Evans, our top court tossed out the amendment on May 20, 1996 (Scalia, Rehnquist & Thomas dissenting). Does anyone still have their sticker?