Top eight. Jimmy Cliff raged. Robert Cray, his band, and his friends tore it up. The Dead were the icing. By far one of the top eight-8/28/1988....888888
See my comments on Tacoma. This show was amazing!!!
My first time in Eugene, What a F*#king Blast !!!!!!
God dam was it hot that day or what? the dead played like it to. can't blame them though just to dam hot everyone else was playing in the water
Truly a great concert. Robert Cray, a Tacoma native rocked the stadium. The Dead were amazing and sounded as good as ever. A huge plus is that I ran into my college roommate in the bathroom after not seeing him for about 5 or 6 years. The last time I saw him I ran into him at the Dead show at the Seattle coliseum. A cosmic experience!
Was a music major heavy into blues, studying jazz, and loved Robert Cray. the tix were a B-Day present. Robert of coarse was great and Jimi was so much fun! Then this hippy band came on that I knew of and my body danced on it's own and I sang words to the music I didn't know yet.
It was my third show, saw the m in 84 at the garden and 87 at Angels Camp. Angels camp had an incredible atmosphere but Eugene took it to another level.