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06/26/86
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Minniapolis, MN

Set 1:
Gimme Some Lovin'
Sugaree
Little Red Rooster
Iko Iko
My Brother Esau
Tennessee Jed
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues

Set 2:
Terrapin Station
Estimated Prophet
Drums
The Wheel
Truckin'
Black Peter
Around And Around
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Brokedown Palace

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Comments:

Sound in the Metrodome was horrible!
- (12/21/2008)


there was not 2 sets, the only 1 set show i ever saw. the boys actually warmed up for Dylan with tom petty and the heartbreakers. very strange.
-dhashwa (05/08/2011)


Y'all spelled Minneapolis wrong. Just sayin'...
- (11/28/2011)


Jerry knocked over the mic on Sugaree and it was pretty funny watching him fumble with the mic stand and try to play at the same time. Crazy place to have a show.
-tp (12/19/2011)


can verify the jerry knocking the mic stand over...saw that...he didn't look up again from his "noding" until the high point on terrapin...i then read in blair jacksons books dylan showed up late and him and jer disappeared with a brief case for sum time ....sound was bad in back up front ...smoke ...and the gimmie sum lovin...no match ...best ever opener..the dome shook ...

- (03/06/2012)


The was the least enjoyable show I attended--sound was horrific--echooey--hard to even know what was being played sometimes. That was true for all three acts. I don't think the Wall of Sound would have helped here
- (01/03/2013)


Y'know, I was at this show, and while all the complaints about the acoustics/sound quality are absolutely valid, if you listen to this show playback, you can hear, it really was a pretty good show. It's too bad the sound problems were so severe. I think the guys were probably more amped than usual (for a number of reasons), but particularly, the crowd was really a mix, some amped (like I suspect the bands were) because it was a show with Dylan and the Dead together, and then there were the players in Dylan's backing band at that point, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, in the house. It made for a unique moment. But listen to the various songs; try to peer through the fog of crowd noise and you'll hear some really good playing by the guys. Black Peter here is especially good. Sugar Mag is crazy fast, but Brokedown Palace for the encore is very nicely played and sung by the boys. Terrapin's another highlight along with the country stuff in the first half of the set. It's a unique one-set Dead show...opening for Bob Dylan (!). That alone makes it one worth paying attention to.
- (02/07/2013)


yeah ... hey ... my opinion ... the sound up front and probable the first twenty rows was good, blisteringly loud, no problem-o ... the problem was the further you got from the stage past twenty rows or the second set of speakers 20 rows back probable even with the mixer .. the worse the sound got ... and a real echo .. i was in the 15th row ... the gimmie some lovin opener was best ever hands down ... the whole building was shaking from phil's bass i mean seriously floor moving loud ... brent chimed in with organ ... better take it easy cause this place is hot ... crazy

- (12/26/2014)


Yep, one long set. The thing that amazed me was the zero-to-sixty dancing that erupted with Gimme Some Lovin'- the whole place went from sedentary to peak maelstrom *instaneously*. We got maced by an overzealous rent-a-cop going down to the floor early in the show, then wound up going back up to our seats because the sound was better the further you got from the stage, up in the stands opposite the stage was passable.
- (09/13/2016)


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Band Configuration
(04/16/79 - 07/23/90)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Brent Mydland
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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