Lines were crazy! Agree the hippie crack was out of controlTanks but no thanks. The amount of nitrous at both the SD show and LA show was insane. Even got a “nitrous delivered to you” flyer on my car. Soo many balloons of hippy crack.
Halloween show was epic though.
Once again missed the first song because of insane waiting in line to get in. Samson to boot. One of the better Eyes of the World I’ve ever heard. Morning Dew was rad and always dig Brokedown. Loved the sit list. Still would rather have Jackie Greene in place of JMayer, but understand.
Might be the last time we see Dead and Co. in this configuration.
Does the song Me and My Uncle bring back memories for you?Grew up going to Dead shows with my uncle. Prob saw them a dozen times before I was thirteen. Hadn’t really listened to them in years. Like 20 or so. But this video kinda rekindled things for me…
Watched some clips of the Dead & Co reunion tour and mostly found it kinda sad watching people hang on to something that once was.
I saw that show at the bowl a few times...there they played the movie on the screens and had all the original cast there to do the songs.My buddy was going to all the Dead shows down there and if it was me I would've at least gone to one of Elfman's Nightmare Before Christmas shows at the Banc of California Stadium...that looked pretty good. And the last song he brings Bartek out there for Dead Man's Party...
I totally get this. lots of hardcore deadheads who feel the same.No nostalgia tours for me, thanks.
Caught a handful of shows in the mid 80’s thru the early 90’s, amazing times.
Maybe it was cool that she went but I can’t imagine anything cool about seeing old, phat Axl trying to bring itI totally get this. lots of hardcore deadheads who feel the same.
I felt the same when GnR started doing reunion tours. Got in a fight with a co worker for telling her I saw them when they mattered . She was telling us all how cool she was for going to the show
Heh. I was there too! Well, not in the show. Just the parking lot. And only for about 20 minutes. Then we went into SF. What a crazy night!!!Saw them 1990 at shoreline that was a dam good show, would have loved to have seen the circus in the early days.
This brings back some fun memories (Elfman and OB)My buddy was going to all the Dead shows down there and if it was me I would've at least gone to one of Elfman's Nightmare Before Christmas shows at the Banc of California Stadium...that looked pretty good. And the last song he brings Bartek out there for Dead Man's Party...
Living in Northern Cal I missed all of that but have always been a huge fan. Only saw Boingo once down in San Jose at Great America, they played in the Redwood Amphitheater. Gave up 14'@14sec swell that day too...just to keep it surf related...Boingo Halloween shows at Irvine Meadows were legendary.