• Seattle Center Memorial Stadium - June 13, 1994

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  • Hell In a Bucket
    Row Jimmy Row
    Minglewood Blues
    Tennessee Jed
    Queen Jane
    Bird Song
    Promised Land
     
    Scarlet Begonias
    Fire on the Mountain
    Corinna
    Terrapin
    Drums
    Space
    I Need a Miracle
    Morning Dew

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Hell In a Bucket
Row Jimmy Row
Minglewood Blues
Tennessee Jed
Queen Jane
Bird Song
Promised Land
 
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Corinna
Terrapin
Drums
Space
I Need a Miracle
Morning Dew

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to this day, the most signifant moment of my life during "Row Jimmy" in the light drizzle of a grey cloud on a monday afternoon...like it was yesturday...i met the love of my life and will celebreate our 13th year together next week...thanx "jim"
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These were the coldest outdoor shows I ever attended, especially considering it was mid-June. I remember I could see my breath during the second set. Loved the music though. DW
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What a great show! It seemed the rain stopped just as Jerry walked onto the stage to play and it was beautiful the entire time. The sky clouded up and it began raining just as the show concluded.....how perfect!
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Any hints as to if and where I could locate and purchase the concert poster for this show?
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I remember the songs and the scene, but I don't remember the weather at all. Second set was terrific, ending on a free-flowing, most easy-going Morning Dew I'd ever heard. Someone was selling Lithuania Basketball Team T-shirts outside the arena. They were cool, couldn't afford them though. Raising 2 kids, money was tight and getting 1 ticket to each Seattle show was a real stretch for us, but what the heck, I was into the Dead. After that Morning Dew, I felt, "Nothing can top that for me anyway," and offered the second show's ticket to my wife - who had coincidentally decided the Dead meant more to her than she thought, and wished shed' gotten a ticket! We dropped her off the next night and "listened in" on the second show from the camper's park next door. "Before you put a Hex on someone, stop and count to F."
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Regarding the weather - June 13 was darn cold and wet. June 14 was incredible - sunny and hot without a cloud in the sky. The first show was much better and worth the shivering.
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It was my first Grateful Dead show and as we streamed in, there he was, bearded and smiling, all calm and Jesus-looking and letting the crowd brush his hands as they passed. I did not brush his hands though because I thought it was strange that a person would stand near the entrance and just smile at people and let them brush his upraised hands. Then the music and dancing and experiences came and went, ah yeah, and in that Seattle Show afterglow as we streamed out, there he was again, the Happy Jesus Man, smiling at us as we all exited. I made sure to brush his hands that time, and I still have some of that good Happy Jesus Man vibe in me to this day.

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    joShu
    3 years 10 months ago
    The Happy Jesus Man at the '94 Memorial Stadium Show

    It was my first Grateful Dead show and as we streamed in, there he was, bearded and smiling, all calm and Jesus-looking and letting the crowd brush his hands as they passed. I did not brush his hands though because I thought it was strange that a person would stand near the entrance and just smile at people and let them brush his upraised hands. Then the music and dancing and experiences came and went, ah yeah, and in that Seattle Show afterglow as we streamed out, there he was again, the Happy Jesus Man, smiling at us as we all exited. I made sure to brush his hands that time, and I still have some of that good Happy Jesus Man vibe in me to this day.

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    DoubleT
    13 years 6 months ago
    great show
    Regarding the weather - June 13 was darn cold and wet. June 14 was incredible - sunny and hot without a cloud in the sky. The first show was much better and worth the shivering.
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    Ozette
    13 years 10 months ago
    Easy-going Morning Dew
    I remember the songs and the scene, but I don't remember the weather at all. Second set was terrific, ending on a free-flowing, most easy-going Morning Dew I'd ever heard. Someone was selling Lithuania Basketball Team T-shirts outside the arena. They were cool, couldn't afford them though. Raising 2 kids, money was tight and getting 1 ticket to each Seattle show was a real stretch for us, but what the heck, I was into the Dead. After that Morning Dew, I felt, "Nothing can top that for me anyway," and offered the second show's ticket to my wife - who had coincidentally decided the Dead meant more to her than she thought, and wished shed' gotten a ticket! We dropped her off the next night and "listened in" on the second show from the camper's park next door. "Before you put a Hex on someone, stop and count to F."