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The Soviet American Peace Walk Concert. Jerry and a host of others join John Cipollina's Zero for three songs.

Bandshell (Golden Gate Park)

San Francisco, CA


Jerry Garcia and Friends

July 16, 1988

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Set List

Set 1

  1. Golden Road
  2. Little Wing
  3. Think*
  4. Knockin' On Heaven's Door*
  5. Goodnight Irene*

Show Notes

Zero is: John Cipollina - guitar, Mark Kimock - guitar, Greg Anton - drums, Bobby Vega - bass, Martin Fierro - sax, Hadi Al-Saadoon - horns, Lowell "Banana" Levinger - keyboards.

* w/ Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals; Merl Saunders - keyboards; Norton Buffalo - harmonica; and Marc Beno - guitar.

Show Facts

Organized by Pete Sears, the "Soviet American Peace Walk" concert commemorated the end of a coast to coast U.S.-Soviet peace walk.

Mickey Hart is introduced but does not appear to play.

John Cipollina's last show with Zero.

The Grateful Dead played the Greek Theatre, Berkeley later that same evening.

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Kevin Otis | Thursday, August 22nd, 2019

Me and my good friend at the time were over in Berkeley seeing the Greek theater shows .Tripped over to gg park ,ate a bunch of mushrooms and I think liquid as well .Got lost in a section of the park that we swore timewarped us back to the Juriassic period.Dodging huge flying insects we found a paved trail out and followed the sounds of Jefferson Airplane playing wooden ships.very cerebral and atmospheric to say minimal.Found the bandshell,camped out in front of about 20 or so Hells Angles in full regalia w/motorcycles of course.
So yeah that was fun.back over to Berkeley to see the Dead.Jerry performed Knockin on heavens door twice that door.Apparently heaven is on each side of the Bay

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hockey john Cod/john | Sunday, November 9th, 2014

Waking up on the height as I always did was told Jerry is going be playing in the park for a free concert. Off I went to find the show. At this point in my touring I was pretty much alone due to burning many bridges. I knew everyone in the Haight and on tour yet people distanced them selves from me because I was a serious mess.