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04/02/89
Pittsburgh Civic Arena - Pittsburgh, PA

Set 1:
Iko Iko
Little Red Rooster
Dire Wolf
It's All Over Now
We Can Run
Brown-Eyed Women
Queen Jane Approximately
Tennessee Jed
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Shakedown Street
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
Foolish Heart
Drums
The Wheel
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Hey Jude Reprise
Around And Around
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Baby Blue

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Comments:

Wasn't this the run when all the hippies got gassed out front by the police?
-anon


This show and the one the next night were the farthest East the Dead were playing on the spring tour. Both dates were sold out and there were so many people who just showed and thought they could get a ticket. Police and dogs showed up at the first show after a bunch of jag-offs broke a large glass window and stormed into the concert. The first show really rocked it was great jamming time. After the gate crashing the second night song list was very mellow.
-Contesaurus


I
We Can Run-5th time played.
II
Foolish Heart-great late era song I feel.

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Is this the show that Phil mentions in his book where Barney played bass on IKO IKO?
-Anonymous


Really good show for that time. You won't be unhappy just dig on Traffic-Mr Fantasy and Beatles-Hey Jude. And lest be Honest fokes, It's the Grateful Dead!
-Stevie G (02/26/2008)


The barney show was 4/1/93 @ Naussau Long Island it was my B-day show, I was there.
-Dave (01/27/2009)


Sick show. After Hey Jude what a fuckin hoedown of a way to end the show. Shakedown was sick. The Igloo melted that night
-Pops Stargell (05/13/2009)


Contesaurus, I was at both shows (w/ tixs) and the second night was far from mellow, a rockin' good time both nights.
- (04/25/2012)


the energy for these two shows was spectacular.

i remember people predicting the 'shakedown' in the parking lot before the show and when the first few notes went out the place just lit up.

sad they weren't able to play this arena after this because it always seemed to be one of the best energy arena's when they played it


-crazy dave (10/30/2012)


My take of "gate crash" was involved . About 75 of us were dancing outside a bunch of doors could here music really well . A panicked tripper came running from inside the arena trying to get out when he saw security at door he did a baseball slide and kicked the bottom widow out and ran out of the arena. When security diverted attention to the window and tripper someone dancing inside opened a door . It was like a vacuum hundreds of people all of sudden pushing for one door one second I was on the sidewalk the next I was standing in the concourse. I looked around no one was chasing me walked in grabbed a behind the stage seat and rocked out to an awesome show .
-Anonymous (04/15/2017)


Not anonymous above
-Jeff (04/15/2017)


This is my favorite Shakedown Street and yes I'm aware of 6/30/85, I just like how this one moves, or rather 'flies' along...
- (03/11/2019)


David Lemieux with the shout out @ 45:25

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESfyRaREocs
-Espo (03/09/2020)


As far as I can tell, this is the only show where both "It's All Over Now" (Rolling Stones) and "It's All Over Now Baby Blue" (Bob Dylan) were played.
- (04/03/2020)


StoneJackBaller, Itís All Over Now & Itís All Over Now, Baby Blue appeared in the same show upwards of 30 times (more or less).
http://www.setlists.net/?search=true&venue=&city=&state=&month=&day=&year=&songs=All+Over+Now%2C%0D%0ABaby+Blue%0D%0A&submit=Search
Try searching this site for just Baby Blue.
- (06/13/2021)


A lovely rendition of Baby Blue with tender vocals from Jerome. Always a special encore.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (08/22/2021)


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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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