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Sandstone Amphitheatre - Bonner Springs, KS

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Walkin' Blues
Mississippi Half-Step
Queen Jane Approximately
Loose Lucy
It's All Over Now
Promised Land

Set 2:
Victim Or The Crime
Foolish Heart
Just A Little Light
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
The Wheel
Gimme Some Lovin'
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

U.S. Blues

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It was about 100° when the boys opened with Cold Rain & Snow! Unforgetable!

Someone please get me a way to access this show. IT's fuckin incredible

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This show started at like 5 O'Clock or something and it was awesomely hot.

Last of 7 Independence day shows.

This was my first show, and it was 103, HOT HOT HOT. The place was PACKED also, and I was under the influence.....MELTING....
So glad to see Brent, and I thought the Cold Rain was a hilarious opener!!
- (06/08/2008)

-gratefuldan (10/11/2008)

here grateful dan:
-Anonymous (03/19/2012)

The ad for the show said "Under The Stars", but the star that we orbit was the only one in sight. I don't know why why the concert started so early. The sun was still up when the it ended and as has been mentioned, it was hotter than hell.

Nevertheless, it was another fine evening with the boys and the last time I saw them.
- (11/29/2013)

Cold Rain-Jerry's older voice making this song even better but with a full amount of energy to start off the show.

Loose Lucy 7th time this year since 74 retirement

Jerry 11/19 songs

- (04/16/2014)

You can really hear the damage brent was doin to himself on Gimme Some Lovin'. Otherwise, this show rocked. Just one great performance from start to finish. The ending combo for set one was really groovin and set two just rocks you to heaven. The tape i have is labeled AUD, but sounds more like a Matrix. Great quality for a great show.
-Murphy (06/16/2014)

Jerry talks about this show at the beginning of this interview
- (11/26/2014)

I had just turned 18 while living in Clarksville TN at my best friends moms house where I had moved about a month before from Southern California.
On my 18th birthday (6/25/72) My friends mother kicked us out with no money and no where to go.
We talked with a friend in Wisconsin who said come on up and you can stay with me at my parents house.
So we set out to Madison Wisconsin via Bonner Springs Kansas.
We hitchhiked to this show and basically got there a few days ahead of the people coming from Oregon.
Those people fed us watched over us and got us into the show.
After that we made our way up to Wisconsin and the rest is history.
My friend passed away a few years later and every time I listen to this show I remember our adventure.
- (05/20/2018)

This was my first show. Our friend had offered us two free tickets to the show in exchange for a ride from home (Massachusetts) to Missouri. So, we thought, why not?! A 4th of July Dead show? Wicked Cool. Lets go.
I was only 18 at the time and my mother had left me home that week while she looked at houses in Pittsburgh where she was planning to move. I was under clear instructions not to take off with my friends or leave the state. So… I went to Kansas😊. We drove 2 days from the east coast in unbearable heat. Worse than that, my beater car would overheat if we didn’t leave the heat on full blast! We were downing water by the gallons!
So Worth It! Even when, post show, we stayed at a campground in Missouri and someone helped themselves to my poorly attended to cash. We had to panhandle our way back home and I got back days after my mother returned from her trip. I was in a bit of trouble of course…even though she thought I only went nearby on a camping trip.
Many Dead shows later, this experience stands out. I especially loved the start of Cold Rain and Snow in the intense 100+ heat

- (10/26/2018)

Didn't something happen to the amps or something? They had to stop for a long intermission or something? I thought a bottle rocket hit some equipment.
- (04/07/2020)

It was insanely hot and to add insult to injury there is no shed so even up front the Sun just beats down on you...

-Bossgobbler (02/01/2023)

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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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