• Bayfront Center Arena - October 16, 1988
    Bob Weir's 41st birthday - "Happy Birthday Bobby" before the encore

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  • Mississippi Half-Step
    Good Time Blues
    Feel Like a Stranger
    Friend of the Devil
    Stuck Inside of Mobile
    To Lay Me Down
    Don't Ease Me In

    Box of Rain
    Victim or the Crime
    Foolish Heart
    Looks Like Rain
    Terrapin Station
    drums
    The Wheel
    Gimme Some Lovin'
    All Along the Watchtower
    Morning Dew

    Quinn the Eskimo

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Bob Weir's 41st birthday - "Happy Birthday Bobby" before the encore
setlist
Mississippi Half-Step
Good Time Blues
Feel Like a Stranger
Friend of the Devil
Stuck Inside of Mobile
To Lay Me Down
Don't Ease Me In

Box of Rain
Victim or the Crime
Foolish Heart
Looks Like Rain
Terrapin Station
drums
The Wheel
Gimme Some Lovin'
All Along the Watchtower
Morning Dew

Quinn the Eskimo
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This was the last time I travelled to see the boys. I had basically been turned off by the scene of ticketless people but had a good friend I needed to travel once with and boy did we choose the right shows. Both sets of this show were excellent and Florida was a perfect place to let go. Unforgettable To lay Me Down.
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I'm pretty sure this show was the better of the two-night run. I don't have a strong memory of it but I will check it out on Archive. It was my penultimate show. I lost track of them for a couple of years and then, even though not a huge Brent fan, could not imagine them without him. I went to one more (4/9/91) and was so disappointed I didn't even go down the street to see them with the Black Crowes in '95. I regret not going to that even if the show was terrible.
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As I already said on the Saturday show’s page, this was a special weekend and the St Pete scene was fantastic. This is, IMO, the best show of that weekend. I remember I had some sort of euphoric outburst during Terrapin. I walked out of this small arena after Quinn the Eskimo, on a Sunday night in Florida, a full-blown Deadhead. I think we headed back up to school in Gainesville at some point the next day.
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  • mitchw41
    1 year 2 months ago
    great capper to an amazing weekend
    As I already said on the Saturday show’s page, this was a special weekend and the St Pete scene was fantastic. This is, IMO, the best show of that weekend. I remember I had some sort of euphoric outburst during Terrapin. I walked out of this small arena after Quinn the Eskimo, on a Sunday night in Florida, a full-blown Deadhead. I think we headed back up to school in Gainesville at some point the next day.
  • One Man
    7 years 4 months ago
    St. Pete Two-Fer
    I'm pretty sure this show was the better of the two-night run. I don't have a strong memory of it but I will check it out on Archive. It was my penultimate show. I lost track of them for a couple of years and then, even though not a huge Brent fan, could not imagine them without him. I went to one more (4/9/91) and was so disappointed I didn't even go down the street to see them with the Black Crowes in '95. I regret not going to that even if the show was terrible.
  • MissReddin
    9 years 9 months ago
    Ayres 24-Hr Diner, St. Petersburg, Fl. (funky delight)
    ...and the marquee outside sez, "special $2.73: eggs/bac/ or sau Pot or Grits" keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune, OXOX Merple Reddin