Grateful Dead

Shoreline Amphitheatre

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Mountain View, CA
United States

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Joined: Jun 24 2007
Shoreline

Ah the shoreline,it was my new favorite place GOODTIMES!!! my best friends ashes are up on the hill. Mr, Bill (Ive got a show to do)

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Joined: Jun 16 2007
The dump turned into Dead home field

I got 15 shows here I think. One of my favorite outdoor venues. I also caught a Further Festival and a JGB show here. We used to get in early to park near the center meridan so we could lay our blanket out on the lawn outside and visit with all our neighbors. We used to also like going to the park next door and visiting too. Just such a nice thing for BG to do, turn a dump into Dead home field. A real good vibe in Mtn View.

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Joined: Jun 13 2007
Dead at the Dump!

I remember the first few shows there, you had to be careful in the lawn section because of the methane that was being vented form the garbage below! What a...blast those shows were!

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Joined: Sep 7 2007
shorline 1998

this was my first show here, and what a venue.....love the venue......was great, went with my aunt and uncle.....(original deadheads.....which makes me 2nd generation perhaps......now my son is 3rd.....lol
fantastic show....will post pics when i have them scanned....

Scarletbegoniaz aka LT

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Joined: Jun 13 2007
Dead in my back yard

The wheel kept turning. Grew up 5 blocks from Pigpen's house (his parents' house) in Palo Alto. Took clarinet & sax lessons from Dana Morgan while Jerry taught guitar and banjo in the room next door (upstairs at Dana's music store). Was on the bus since Warlock days, and found myself in the late 70s and thru the 80s & 90s working as a letter carrier at Palo Alto Post Office, living in Mtn View, about 5 blocks and a jump across Hwy 101 from Shoreline. Only missed a couple of Shoreline shows, and maybe a half dozen Oakland shows. Loved the Fillmore West & Winterland & GGPark & Longshoreman's & Frost & Maples, but "the Dump" was overall my favorite. Whether high :-) on the hill, or down in Tapers, it was fanfreakingtastic.

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Joined: Dec 26 2007
johnman i don't have a count

johnman i don't have a count for this venue tho i remember in particular 4th row center and my two year old son sharing someones b-day cake.

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Joined: Dec 26 2007
june 21 '89

we surprised my pal eric with tickets to this show as it was his birthday. a fuzzy blur.

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Joined: Oct 9 2008
Loved this place.

i lived in SJ, and when i FINALLY realized i liked GD, anytime i could get tix for them here, i would do what i could to go. My arrangement for shows was (dont drive):if you drive you have a ticket to the show i pay gas,simple,easy and effective. i was able to make quite a few different shows with this method. For the life of me, i cant remember what shows i went to exactly, but know that if it was GD, i dont remember going anywhere else for them. also saw Santana there.

It is better to be hated for who you ARE, then loved for who you are NOT.

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Joined: Aug 14 2007
Ah, yes, Shoreline.......

ALWAYS a good time there! After 15 years of knowing each other, hubby & I starting hanging out alot @ Shoreline shows. I remember running up the stairs 1 time & he kept up with me....thought to myself....hmmmmmmmmm-5 years later we got hitched......xoxo Gypsy Cowgirl

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Joined: Nov 9 2008
Didn't think this would be

Didn't think this would be my last show. Couldnt go east due to unseen law enforcement problems.

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