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06/14/92
Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Set 1:
Shakedown Street
Walkin' Blues
Candyman
Desolation Row
Jack-A-Roe
Picasso Moon
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
Long Way To Go Home
Corrina
Drums
Space
Spoonful
The Other One
Morning Dew

Encore:
Baba O'Riley
Tomorrow Never Knows

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Comments:

This was the last Dead show I went to of about 25. At the time I thought it was an average show. I always prefered arena shown over stadiums.It was the only time I saw them play Candyman which was great.
-Pat the Pike


If memory serves...this was the show when, during the first opening chords of Shakedown, that a whole slew of humanity dropped down onto the floor, and were clubbed by Giants security.
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I was on acid and shakedown was amazing
-Anonymous


This is also the show where I saw some jersey freak being dragged out of the men's bathroom by security with budweiser tallboys taped to the inside of his pant legs. Kicking, screaming...now THAT's entertainment.
-


Anon, you are both right and wrong. Yes, about 2,000 people jumped from the wall to the floor - A pretty cool sight to see. NO one got clubbed by security.
-Chad


I was about three rows up from the railing to the floor and I don't remember anybody getting clubbed either. I do remember someone throwing candy bars (100's of them) from the upper deck to us on the lower deck during Candyman. I got a Charelston Chew- it was somewhat melted but I am sure that guy was waiting a while for the right moment!!
-Ramblin'Rose (04/04/2008)


@Pat the Pike... This was also the last show I ever saw and I think I saw about 25 as well starting with Hampton in 1987. There were some nice moments including a rockin' Shakedown, Morning Dew and Steve Miller joining them onstage in the 2nd set. All in all though the band in general and Jerry in particular were definitely on the decline. '87-'90 was definitely a renaissance and I feel priveleged to have seen the bulk of my shows during that period.
- (08/16/2012)


I remember the candy raining down from the upper decks, it was a truly amazing moment in time. I got a milky way and was laughing and tripping my ass off.
-Lorenzo (07/12/2015)


I remember clobbering you Chad!
Right when you got GROOVY!!!
- (07/26/2015)


Frat boys unite! Bro, Shakedown!
-Anonymous (03/26/2019)


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Band Configuration
(05/19/92 - 07/09/95)

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

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