June 30, 1995
Final/last "Gloria": 09-18-93 
Set 1: Hell In A Bucket
West L.A. Fadeaway
Take Me To The River
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Set 2: The Rain Song
Box Of Rain
Samba In The Rain
Looks Like Rain > Terrapin Station > Drums > Space
> I Need A Miracle > Standing On the Moon
Attendees of this show
Rusted Root opened
Comment: Soundcheck included It's A Man's World and Truckin'
man did it ever rain! i was soaked but loving it!
This was my first and last Grateful Dead Show- Always wanted to hear SOTM, got to see this songs last performance, had a bit of a tear in my eye. Great song, very well played/sung by the Big Man. I thought the show was really quite good, however since this was my one and only G.D. show to ever see, I really do not have any basis to say it was a "GREAT SHOW", however I have read other reviews by deadheads who have seen the dead several times, including several times durring that last summer tour (1995), and all seem to agree this show, 6-30-95, in Pittsburgh, PA, was all-around a failry good, perhaps one of the better shows of the Summer Tour, which may not be saying much, given the rest of the Summer '95 shows were preaty shitty. Anyway I liked the concert, had a good time, got to hear a fairly well played SOTM, a preaty hot Hell in a Bucket, and a nice ripper of a G-L-O-R-I-A to close the show out...I had a good time, and have some good memories, so what else could I ask for? ...I know what I can ask for...anyone have a GOOD AUD. Recording of this, or better yet a SBD?? If you do send me an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
you can find the show at archive.org
At first I thought that after Rusted Root had torn the place up, the boys would have to step it up a notch. As you could guess they did. My buddy and I got through security during the deluge and were way up behind the band turning the big knobs on the big screen in the upper deck for all to see ( at least we thought all could see). Eventually the police did see and they escorted us back out into the masses...
Next shows for me were the Chicago pair, which so sadfully eneded my 15 years of touring in what could be the greatest traveling feast ever.
Rusted Root was pretty good and had the crowd pretty worked up.
The song and Rain timing was pretty unbelievable even for me.
Like my friend Steve said,
"This is so Grateful Dead its pathetic."
The SOTM was pretty powerful, Garcia was as into it as he possibly could be IMO.
Some good versions of songs are overlooked here due to the "Rain Story"
Wanna know something even wierder?
That was one of the best Samba's ever. No joke. hehe!
Gloria was a PERFEFT encore and Bobby rocked it hard.
No Richmond '85, but didnt care. Cause its not fair to do that anyway.
In retrospect I am really glad I went to this. It was kinda last minute. I will never forget anything about that day, even with all that 'lectricity.
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
For obvious reasons, I will never forget my last show with Jerry. The pouring rain along with the Rain set. Awesome!
Introduced 3 very good friends to Jerry and the Boys, Last time for us to see the band and they went down Jammin!!!!
My friend thinks the dead were in cahoots with the airport weather man that day! Replying to Johnnyq