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Rich Stadium

Buffalo, NY

USA

Grateful Dead

July 4, 1986

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Set List


  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • Bob Weir
    guitar, vocals

  • Phil Lesh
    bass, vocals

  • Bill Kreutzmann
    drums

  • Mickey Hart
    drums

  • Brent Mydland
    keyboards, vocals

Additional Acts:
  • Bob Dylan with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Show Facts

*Broadcast on TV for Farm Aid



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Jef RV | Monday, December 1st, 2014

Someone stuck a round sticker on my forehead early in the day, which I forgot about. By the end of the show I had sun poisoning all over my face. The sticker protected the skin beneath it though, so for the next month had to walk around with a big white circle like a 3rd eyeball on my head. It looked pretty freaky, but to me it was a badge of honor. I had a hard time hearing at this show – couldn’t figure out what some songs were until the chorus. I have a lot of stories about that day, but I’ll just add one more: Some people were trying to chop up a big pile of coke, & worked at it for what seemed like a real long time. I thought coke was totally inappropriate at a Dead show (which seems kind of funny, in retrospect). The guy chopped & chopped & chopped, got it all looking fluffy & ready, & then a big gust of wind swept through! All gone! Funny stuff.

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bruce gorlesky | Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

glad i had hash,there was not a joint to be found.

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Richard Simonton | Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

Odd having the Dead open up and then seeing half the crowd leave after their sets but good times were had by all. We got in some clear alcohol concealed in playtex nursery bottle liners sealed with heat which then disappeared under ice in a cooler. We had a baby with us so our cooler was allowed. Those made good trades for some other items Heads had brought in. Dylan was alright and Petty was good to see. Some jamming together made for good memories too.