The SetList Program allows you to search through the Grateful Dead's setlists for shows between 1965 and 1995. It also allows users to comment-on and share their experiences for each show. Find a show you've attended, and leave some comments for other users!

< Back · Home

1 Show Found

07/24/87
Oakland Coliseum Stadium - Oakland, CA

Set 1:
Funiculi Funicula
Jack Straw
Mississippi Half-Step
My Brother Esau
Friend Of The Devil
Me And My Uncle
Big River
When Push Comes To Shove
Far From Me
Cassidy
Deal

Set 2:
Hell In A Bucket
Scarlet Begonias
Playin' In The Band
Drums
Uncle John's Band
Dear Mr. Fantasy
I Need A Miracle
Bertha
Sugar Magnolia

Set 3:
Times They Are A-Changin'
Man Of Peace
Maggie's Farm
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
I Want You
Highway 61
Baby Blue
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Shelter From The Storm
Slow Train
Knockin' On Heaven's Door

Encore:
Touch Of Grey
All Along The Watchtower

Download/Listen to this Show at Archive.org

Comments:

Bob Dylan warmed up for the Dead, and then joined them on stage for the entire third set. Monumental! I bought a very cool clay drum at the market outside, and still play it to this day.
-


YOu can never get enough Dead and Dylan. The shows were unbelievable. Highway 61 and Slow Train were my favs.
-


This show along with 7.26.87 released as "View from the Vault IV" However set 3 omitted from both?
-


wow! The almighty came down from heaven once again to play some music!

-anonymous


They played a killer Jack Straw that day, it's my favorite version of it. The jam in between "Ain't no bed can't give us rest now, we'll keep him on the run" and "Jack Straw from Wichita..." is one of the best I've heard. Brent is going crazy on the keys and it's really rockin. Other highlights include great versions of Cassidy, Uncle John's Band, Dear Mr. Fantasy, and Bertha. There's some great jamming during Playin' going into drums as well. They were sure on that day; I highly recommend the DVD.
-anonymous


Officially released on DVD as "View From The Vault IV."
-Anonymous


jerry's not even close on his opening verse of Jackstraw--"gotta board at tulsa, right outside the fence!"
-clifton hangar aka billymunster (09/02/2008)


dylan would not authorize the release of any video footage of himself during that period. maybe he will change his mind in the years to come!
-thin man (10/29/2008)


Sweet late set Bertha with mult bombs being dropped...
-Steve (08/29/2010)


My recollection is that my friend Chris went out to the concession stand to get his wife a drink; he was gone a while. When he got back and asked what he'd missed, I said "Dude, Jerry just busted out the pedal steel and backed up Dylan on I'll Be Your Baby Tonight!"

Boy, was he pissed. Great show.
- (08/05/2011)


I really like this show. Great energy throughout. Especially the first set.
-Anonymous (12/18/2012)


man, the playin in band seems reallyyyyyyyyy fast and rapid. only heard it about 500 times, that is what I notice. jamming....
-jim (04/04/2018)


It was a great show indeed...
I was there with my housemates from the Arch St. Zoo (Berkeley).We we're all flying high. Bill Graham came out before the 3rd set and announced, "The show won't be over until after midnight, so BART will be closed. If you came here by BART, then go meet or make some friends and get a ride home"... Classic Uncle Bobo... potentially stuck in the gnarliest area of Oakland at 1:00 AM...
- (05/16/2019)


During the drums I walked the bases, when I got to home plate I jumped up and came down on the pad and the drums STOPPED.
I went back to my seats at the top of the stadium and brought everyone I knew that I ran into to the top for some altitude ajustments with the Monster B.
I had this whole show on tape
Dylan included.
Dylan did not play anything before the Dead sets and was backed by the Dead for his set
Awesome Show

- (07/14/2020)


... thank you Sirius for playing 7/24/1987 @ Oakland for us today on the Noon show ...

iko iko on & on .......
tyedyetom
- (10/28/2020)


Got there a little late since we had to go up to Berkeley to pick Janet up, and then back down to the Coliseum. It was Dave Hitz before his future Gazillionairedom; Bill Kolb still obscure - perhaps like Van Gogh, his fame will be posthumous - Long Live the ArtiCoaster!; David Eliott, and Janet, and me, at the wheel. (Yes, both me 'n Neal Cassidy used to drive Chloe Scott around. It's true!)

I realized only too late that I had still had on my sunglasses in the rush when got out of the car, and had left my regular glasses. I remember thinking it's all in the ears and the body anyway at a Dead show, as we happily entered to My Brother Esau.

I remember calling loudly for Dave, "Hitz!, Hitz!", and the interest that aroused in the people around me...

Great show, and these memories preciously etched in my brain for another decade or three, I hope :-) Being able to go to more Dead shows, being closer to Janet, and being able to work with the likes of Hitz, Kolb, and Elliott at MIPS - these were the reasons I'd moved back to the Bay Area, and that evening fused all three.

I love knowing that it's there.

Thanks for everyone else's memories and thoughts, which also make it real.








- (12/03/2020)


Comment on this Show!

 

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

Note: Band configuration is across specified time period. Configuration for particular show may have differed.

The SetList Program is Copyright © 1996-2021 Madhu Lundquist. Band configurations compliments of .
Direct all questions/comments to
Send all corrections to