Greensboro Coliseum - May 1, 1980
May 01, 1980
Me and My Uncle
Easy to Love You
New Minglewood Blues
Saint of Circumstance
Feel Like a Stranger
Don't Ease Me In
Uncle John's Band
Around and Around
Johnny B. Goode
Attendees of this show
Bill388, DanHaun12, blackthroatedboyd, gunsmok2, cmd, goodliving, intrepid, pippin took, ChinaRider77, JerrygFromNYC, Eyesbeyond, mmtapeop, brooklinme, blainiac, j.a.bailey, madbonger618, Sonic72, DeadHeadDaveMo, packer1983, faho, Folkways, otherone69, landman53, nicklas59, norbeast, whisperdog, SCDeadhead, Deadathoner, deadheadfrom76, skyuka, redeft, aikox2, jimi864, 143or245, friskotatt2, estimatedprofits, fatmanrocks, Felix, Red Square, theleven, cosmicdave, birdiewasthere, grapefuldave, Ted S, Rum Jungle, DedHedMom, slidebrain, scaldeddog, mapturtle, churninern, tearapin, dan0, jodoyle, tony23d, Queer Deadhead, blewis2460, philfan61, marlo, Duggles, jergirl61, jcmpbl, Alsflorida
This was the first show that I saw. I attended Averett College in Danville, Virginia at the time. I did not know all the songs but really enjoyed the scene. The sound quality really impressed me. Another strange thing was seeing people with boom-boxes and mikes, now this was new.
My first as well, kept going for the next eleven years
I graduated from high school a few days later in Winston-Salem. It was the beginning of a nice relationship with the Dead which continues...
Jim BaileyMy very first Dead Show--I was a hs senior--it was a Thursday show--I am willing tobet that 1/3 of students at my school blew off Friday rock on
Took my wife to her very first Dead show here .... she was not a fan, never listened to the Dead before, & didn't get it when she had to hear it hanging around me ~~~> 30 minutes into the concert she was a convert.
~~~> Not a Deadicated Dead Head like me, but she did understand what it meant from then on out when someone said "There is NOTHING like a Grateful Dead concert."
After hearing all the stories about the Dead from my dorm mates at Appalachian State University, I finally made it to a show - and what a great experience it was. I remember Jerry wearing dark glasses and playing Alabama Getaway.