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Foxboro Stadium

Foxboro, MA


Grateful Dead

July 14, 1990

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Set List

Set 1

  1. Shakedown Street
  2. Walkin' Blues
  3. Far From Me
  4. Candyman
  5. Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
  6. Ramble On Rose
  7. One More Saturday Night


  1. The Last Time >
  2. And We Bid You Good Night

  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • Bob Weir
    guitar, vocals

  • Phil Lesh
    bass, vocals

  • Bill Kreutzmann

  • Mickey Hart

  • Brent Mydland
    keyboards, vocals

Additional Acts:
  • Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians

Show Facts

Final "I Will Take You Home".

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Jeff Baron | Saturday, February 6th, 2021

Ok, so I drove up with some friends from NY for this show, and I jumped out in the traffic jam so I could find a ticket. Finally found one and got into the show and down to the floor where someone offer me a tab. I don’t remember much of the show, but when they did Bid You Goodnight, I was flying. Everyone was hugging each other and Jerry’s singing about Jesus, and I’m a Jew so I’m like, ok, I guess that’s my cue, so I finally found my way out of the stadium, just following the people in front of me until I came to the woods, and I look back over the parking lot and see people pouring out of the stadium like aliens from a spaceship, and then I realized I had no idea where my friends were. I walked around the parking lot, what scene, and then everyone was pretty much gone and I had to accept that my friends had left me there, apparently they thought I got a ride from someone else. Anyway, I had left my bag and wallet in my friend’s car, and I only had $5 in my sock, so I scoured the parking lot and found a pair of sweatpants and a hunting knife, and I eventually met a few other stranded people: a young girl with a vial of liquid acid, and an alligator wrestler from Florida who woke up in Foxboro and had never even seen the Dead. So, at dawn, this pick-up truck comes by, with a couple of guys who were trying to tap an empty keg without a tap, and we piled in and all made our way to a sleepover party in the woods somewhere, and then got to Rich Stadium for the next show where I jumped the fence and so did Alligator guy, because I convinced him he had to take in a show. True story.