July 17, 1989
final "Push" - "Music" appears on "Fallout From The Phil Zone" - "Close Encounters" space before "Wheel" - last "We Bid You Goodnight": 12-31-78 
Set List:Let the Good Times Roll
Feel Like a Stranger
Built to Last
Me and My Uncle
It's All Over Now
When Push Comes to Shove
Music Never Stopped
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' in the Band
Uncle John's Band
Standing on the Moon
Gimme Some Lovin'
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Not Fade Away
We Bid You Goodnight
Johnny B. Goode
Attendees of this show
My friend called the WBYG - which is pretty amazing since the last one was at the closing of Winterland! What a treat! Btw, the WBYG was the 1st encore, not part of the 2nd set...
I went to this show kicking and screaming. I didn't like the Dead or their music or their drugs. By the end of an actual show, I was stoned and more importantly a fan. I learned a very important lesson -you won't know if you will like it till you try it. I stayed for the next 2 nights/shows in the rain and the mud.
I took the road less traveled and it has made all the difference in the world.
Just amazing. The memories of the drive out from NY, along with this incredible show, have long pushed aside memories of the rain that came the next day. This night was sublime, and I'll never forget it! I saw a few that summer, but this was the show! The archive sndb on my ipod, remains in heavy rotation.
SAW BIG BILL WALTON IN THE PHIL ZONE!
Big heavy vibe on that second set...first time GDTRFB was paired with NFA in a long while... It truly was downhill from here but what a ride.
Does anyone else remember the kites flying in the middle of the night in misty rain with the theme from the "Peanuts" playing in the distance? One surreal moment from those shows.
Forget about Woodstock 2.... THIS was the second Woodstock... rain, mud, mud angels, swimming in the creek, bathing at the water trucks.......... even came with Woodstock Cid. Anyone else try that? OMG talk about matrix! I remember having to buy new clothes on Shakedown just to stay dry! Those were the days, my friends.
I remember the GDTRFB really well!
...was one of the best venues for the Dead, they always played hot shows there, maybe I am bias, I live an hour away and that was my favorite place to see them.
The entire 3-day run was amazing, and this night in particular was tremendous, but DAMN, the Not Fade Away from this night was just off the hook. Brent and Jerry were trading licks left and right, and during the solo after the second verse, Jerry hit this note where he bent the string and cocked his head back simultaneously, with a BIG smile on his face! I remember that as plain as day, and it literally took my breath away in sheer joy. And Jerry was actually BOPPING back and forth! He was VERY animated, clearly INTO it during that NFA. And then to have him thank US before the encores?!
No, Jerry... thank YOU.
Outta the gate slow with Good Times, but the intensity rose through a screaming MNS. Jerry LEFT HIS FEET at the end of this tune, and the second set met this high standard consistently.
The last truly great Dead concert.
Full moon over Wisconsin. I will always remember this show because at some point during the GDTRFB>NFA jam I was dancing so fast and Crazy that I managed to step on my own toe just as I was lifting my foot up off the ground. Yeah it doesn't seem possible but I did it. I dislocated my toe and to this day I can sit here and crack that toe at will. Every time I do it I think back to that day and smile......