Kingswood Music Theatre - June 30, 1987
June 30, 1987
last "Spanish Jam": 03-27-86 
Set List:Touch of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble on Rose
Don't Ease Me In
Fire on the Mountain
Eyes of the World
The Other One
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Around and Around
Box of Rain
Attendees of this show
scottocs, dantian, mp51, sdw, ketut, palmer72, popeye the squirm, bousada, LongHammer6, kanadakev, Rob.Bowkett, Debdeadhead, Phinnegan, djgratefullydeadicated, Runk, Geodye420, ChinaRider77, althea67, cool_colorado_rain, hkdave, East Coast Head Out West, daedlufetarg, Dolabella, Stephenlococo, 123IBT, lotsofgreensmiles, hepcatp, niptotheair, dpw1982, shannycreek, gpeach, darkstarcrashes, Musicalbeds, picc, duckLN, downtownbear, midiman007, moonchild2C, airgarciajams, Betteroffdeadjed, Dead Billy, jjjohnst, LostDew, micah68, jlawless, Bayedog, gnat67, alovours13, chefdarkstar, Disco Stu, vashgrmag, Canadeadhead, mercurygd, wookie007, tcrider, happizen, gatzapaul, Mycelium, oldeadhead, Wild Bill, stip91, dvgrant, geary47, lemond, revhd, CumberlandMine, plogan, 87Meadowlands, ladnarc, gravedigger7, jensinc, Max Creek, Frenchmb, Peppermint Patty, groovegrass, voodoonola, adamr, darkstar56, rami, In_A_Silent_Way, dgoegan, WaywardBill, Grateful Jeff, doctorspacebass, forcestream, Upstate NY, funkygoodpants, ticket lee, beckstei, ginsu710, Duude, romp711, hugeafro, cheesycheesygrilledcheese, hamal, goldgreek, daytripper420, AndieIsAlthea, klaussmith, Deadend Mel, MoonshineCito, Longnook, deadheaddave1982, BlondeJim, jpjp, picone90, Noot, JP92, tapertim, OSH, Shimanto, Josef, mary-sunshine, catchmohl, wubai65, Jack_Straw22, Canadian Deadhead, Canadian Head, GratefulDad44, JackStrawfromOttawa, moxoa, Josh, wilsongc, Oroborous, SoulChange, chichester, dewahba, dharmagum, LarryG, drkstrcrashes, johnoreno, Cosmiccharlie, palms, Richard Vigeant, nipper, truckinup2buffalo, pdb, Somnambulist57, scruff, DeadMan, jg-in-az, Steph, gighouse, colin parsons, shack, rainbow-trout, sgolston, Far-L, bigdavetx, jw, mightzwell, taperchef, David L., nbeversluis, Duggles, srumble, boxorain62, TigerTrance, augustwest, REK, Alsflorida, ststfn
Great scene at this place. Show was pretty good but not as good as the set list might indicate.
Listening dead music since 1968, it was my first show. Been on a big white cloud for days.
I had fun at this shoe - I don't recall the sound being especially good and the audience sources seem to bear this out. The Spanish Jam doesn't amount to much and it was my first Scarlet>Fire. I liked the venue, it seemed more intimate and it was on the grounds of the Wonderland Amusement Park. Good times.
The sound was good, the crowd was good, the venue was great. What more do you need? One of the best Good Lovin's I've ever heard. As I remember, a bea UTIFUL summer night. Ahhhh...the good old days...
The Prophet was ozonal ! I remember thinking how sorry I felt for all the people on this furball who weren't there. One of my better days for sure.
This became our nickname for this place. We saw the previous show here too. The Dead at Wally World. Great Canadian beer in the lot afterwards.
I went to this show but didn't get in. To add insult to injury as I was leaving a seagull shit on me. So I hadn't seen the dead yet, but no bird shit was going to stop me from trying again!
I thought the sound was really interesting. The parapets in the circus tent type of shape of the roof provided cones for the music to spiral in. Okay, maybe the blue star paper helped, but I swear the sound people were putting some effects on the sounds in those cones in the roof.
Fantasy hadn't appeared since Hampton, but when they went into it, a dude came up next to me, took out a flute and played his own piece with it. It was surprisingly good.
Great show...high energy tightness...and the sunset during Scarlet/Fire/Estimated was also incredible. After Bobby's verse "My word fills the sky with flames" he followed with "Check it out" while pointing to the sky behind us...Jerry smiling and dancing. Super friendly/cool staff working there too.
Was my first show outside of New England. As I recall, some of us had ScoobyDoo (or maybe a disney character) stamps on our tickets and that was to signify a free entry into Canada's Wonderland amusement park. I know I had a stamp but can't remember if it got me in for free or not. I had preconceptions of camping in a Canadian forest but in reality it was a HUGE muddy field in the middle of farmland.