Grateful Dead

Milwaukee Auditorium - February 4, 1978

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Milwaukee Auditorium

February 04, 1978

Milwaukee, WI US

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Notes:

sound check: Dupree's, Ripple (3x))*

Set List:

Jack Straw
Tennessee Jed
Mama Tried
Me and My Uncle
Row Jimmy
Beat it on Down the Line
Candyman
It's All Over Now
Deal

Samson and Delilah
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Dancin' in the Streets
Terrapin Station
Playin' in the Band
Not Fade Away
Black Peter
Around and Around

One More Saturday Night

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This Show

My friend Steve inherited a campground in Wautoma, Wisconsin from his grandparents in 1976. We are from Cleveland, OH, and I went up to see him for a week long event called "winterfest" where the whole town closes up shops et al, and a cold week of partying, sled dog races, snowmobile races, and other wintertime sports are the fare.

My purpose was twofold-To see my friend, and enjoy the free beer offered-I cared not for winter sports!

We were fairly close to Milwaukee, so quite naturally, we HAD to attend the concert on 4 February 1978. LOVED IT!

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further back, first show

SEC. X, ROW 5, SEAT 11. I should have kept a journal to flesh out all these ticket stubs. My brother was 18, I was 31, and Brenda was somewhere in between. I do remember that some time later I asked Brenda if she had noticed how awe struck my brother had been. She told me my brother had nothing on me in the awe struck department. Brenda Knew.

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Dix Pix 18

I believe the Deal and Duprees on Dix Pix 18 are from this show.

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Dix Pix 18 -- typo

It's All Over Now and Duprees

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Milwaukee Auditorium - February 4, 1978