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Buckeye Lake Music Center - Hebron, OH

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Franklin's Tower
Box Of Rain
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
West LA Fadeaway

Set 2:
Victim Or The Crime
Blow Away
Foolish Heart
Terrapin Station
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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MY FIRST SHOW - only knew about 3 or 4 songs at that time. Went in with eyes wide open and unaware of what effect it would have on my life. When the Dead hit the stage..I saw all the heads start leaping and dancing...I thought it was funny....about 30 minutes later..I was shaking and bouncing right along with was only the beginning of my trip.
I became a DeadHead that day..and proud to be one ever since!
I made it to 12 shows between 1988 and 1995. Now I really regret passing on some of the shows I 'could' have made it to.

Hottest day ever . . .thank god they brought in the trucks with water hoses!

Killer show, hot as hell that day..100+ out there. Got my legs run over the following morning, sleeping next to my car

Does anyone know who opened up at this show?

-Anonymous (02/16/2008)

I do not remember an opening act, but then again I would have blown off Bruce Hornsby; I was never a fan.
-dhashwa (01/08/2011)

It was the violent femmes
-Anonymous (01/03/2012)

It was not the femmes. It was Hornsby. You can confirm this when Bobby notes that "We don't let just anyone sit in on accordion"

someone threw a glow stick up towards the stage, almost hit Jerry ... Jerry rips thru a riff and high-tails it off stage.
- (03/07/2012)

Bruce Hornsby opened up in 88. The Femmes opened up in 91 I believe. Bruce joined the boys for Sugaree and Memphis Blues at this show. I believe that Bobby said, "now we'd like to welcome back Bruce" and Jerry said "we don't let just anybody sit in on the accordion".
-Anonymous (04/17/2014)

Sinatra opened.
-Brian Damage (04/07/2015)

I was there - Hornsby did open and now that you mention it I remember the "accordion" comment! It was like 102 or 103 degrees that day and at that time it was a record high for June 25th in Columbus -I remember after the show there were thousands of people trying to get out of there and they only had 1 little gate-people were jammed together and starting to panic when a bunch of heads tore out a section of fence and saved what could have been a catastrophe!

- (11/03/2015)

I recall Bob saying, “Everybody say, ‘Thanks, Bruce!’” The crowd followed suit.
Funny someone mentioned Sinatra opening because they did play Sinatra over the PA after the show.
During the set break I went searching for water. Cool water! There was a fore hydrant that a thousand people were gathered around. I made my way through the crowd to that water source. Ecstasy!

-Lance (03/16/2021)

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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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