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Rosemont Horizon - Rosemont, IL

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
El Paso
Brown-Eyed Women
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Ramble On Rose
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Here Comes Sunshine
Saint Of Circumstance
Ship Of Fools
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Around And Around

U.S. Blues

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Great Show...Smokin' sunshine set II opener...Corrina well other one...
lots of fun in a terrible arena..

-Bryan G.

This show *melted my head*. As a Chicago boy I knew not to expect too much from the Horizon and its terrible acoustics. This night This entire run at the Horizon was insane...word among the tapers was that Healy was using some new type of active-feedback EQ that night. Yes, I think The Wizard pulled out some tricks that night--God knows the Boys sure did! Ramble On was a highlight for me as I was going into a panic attack two songs before and ingested diazepam 10mg to control it. Thank the loord for quick acting BZDs because it all slammed into me during ROR and, thanks to that song (and the valium given to me by a concerned Deadhead doctor) I came back to Earth. Jerry was incendiary!!!

A nice HCS 2nd set opener followed by a great Saint and then the whole Corinna-> Drums-> Space-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Around & Around was just sweet. The USB encore was a real treat. For the Horizon, one of the best.
- (12/07/2008)

Hey DoctorRon - Healy was out of the Dead family for this run. Pretty sure Cutler was at the SBD. Great show though. I was there for all 3 nights.
- (09/02/2010)

Anybody remember Ken Nordeen doing the spoken word thing during space? SWEEEET
- (02/27/2015)

Great show, crappy venue. Real crappy.

Me & the wife ate at Taco Bell that afternoon.

At the show we were high as fuck on some really good acid.

I farted and shit my fuckin pants man.

I know Jerry could smell it.

My wife was really pissed at me.
- (05/02/2015)

I remember the spoken word thing- it was awesome!
- (05/31/2015)

I was at this show behind the stage with a birdseye view of the drummers. Jerry and his briefcase etc..

The Stranger> Deal was interesting cool opener. Other than that the main thing that stands out to me about this show is out of space the did an immense amount of rhythmic Other One stuff way more than usual. As it went on and on you started to wonder where's Jerry? Eventually Bobby said F'it and sang the first verse with Jerry no where to be found. This was the first time I started thinking this is what they will be like without Jerry. I also noticed at this show like many others during this timeframe when Jerry was off or MIA (a lot of the time) the other band members were picking things up and doing great things. Jerry finally walks back on the stage midway between the 2 verses. Picks up his guitar and starts tuning up while the band continues to roll. US Blues was pretty good this night as well. Then Jerry was off with the briefcase and it was over.
-Anon (04/16/2023)

Ken Nordine Space was 3/11/93
-Anonymous (03/17/2024)

Hey reefer man, how was the Taco Bell really?
- (03/18/2024)

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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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