Grateful Dead concert reviews and tour history
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- reviews: 4
- photos: 2
- rating: 75% (4)
Fans' concert reviews
Wachovia Spectrum Center in Philadelphia, US on Tue, 11 Sep 1990
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My first show and Mickeys birthday ❤️❤️❤️
Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, US on Sat, 03 Sep 1977
Here is a link to a blog with some nice pictures from that day
Here is a link to the FM broadcast bootleg
After a long day of heat and great music by NRPS & The Marshall Tucker Band. The band that everyone came to see took the stage as nightfall had set in on the festival grounds. The show was broadcast live across WNEW-FM 102.7 in New York City. It has become one of the most cherished bootlegs for any Grateful dead fan. This show captured them at their finest both musically and vocally.
I got to see them several times after this show. But none of those shows came close to capturing the Dead's sound the way that this one did. Here is a link to the setlist
Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, US on Fri, 30 Jun 1995
The end for me. The last of my exactly 50 GD shows. Still saw two songs I'd never seen them do live.
Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, US
Sat, 03 Sep 1977 100% from 1 rating
Wachovia Spectrum Center in Philadelphia, US
Tue, 11 Sep 1990 100% from 1 rating
Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, US
Fri, 30 Jun 1995 60% from 1 rating
Soldier Field in Chicago, US
Sun, 09 Jul 1995 40% from 1 rating
one of the best: 250%
should've stayed at home: 00%
Grateful Dead tour history
About Grateful Dead
Grateful Dead was a group founded 58 years ago in 1965 in Palo Alto, US.
They dissolved after 30 years in 1995.
Based on our research data, it appears, that the first Grateful Dead concert happened 59 years ago on Sat, 04 Dec 1965 in Big Nig's House - San Jose, US and that the last Grateful Dead concert was 9 years ago on Sun, 05 Jul 2015 in Soldier Field - Chicago, US.Grateful Dead is most often considered to be: