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Franklin County Airport - Highgate, VT

Set 1:
Let The Good Times Roll
Jack Straw
Queen Jane Approximately
It's All Over Now
Tennessee Jed
Let It Grow

Set 2:
New Speedway Boogie
Long Way To Go Home
Uncle John's Band
I Want To Tell You
I Need A Miracle
Standing On The Moon
Sugar Magnolia

U.S. Blues

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one of the best times I have ever had @ a show.I met my wife there and was 10 feet away from Jerry the whole show.Good people and great times. Thank You.

i totally agree this show was phenom. im pleading for anybody with a copy ppppplease!email me. i have many hrs to trade.peace

sorry wrong email add. heres new one

Great show! Phil out with the opening act...forget their name now, but a great reggea act (their name was French I'm certain of that).
I too was up front and I ran into this cat who was screaming "Jerry's in the sky...Jerry's in the sky!!!!) It kinda scared me 'cause he had this paranoid acid-face...I won't forget either. Bobby came out with his aviators on and I clearly watched him laughing through Jack Straw....there was so many frickn' people there it must've got to him....

I was a Park Ranger in Vermont at the time, and this show was fantastic for me because at last I was able to welcome deadheads into my campground instead of being one of the many hipster campers on tours that I had previously been on. My park was close enough to the venue to get there in a few hours, but far enough away and out of the way enough to still be low key.

Went to the show with my wife (at the time) and Brother and several old tour and college buddies. Great reunion. the beauty of this show was simply that it was in Rural Vermont, a Jewel of America.

During Drums/Space I joked with my brother that the stage looked like some huge creepy colorful space craft landed in some farmers field and was making beauty with light and sound. I wonder what the cows or the moose thought?

Of Course, they had to play Let it Grow. This show is one of my fondest Vermont memories. the crowd mostly was Vermonters(who are a pretty laid back bunch of folks,) and real Deadheads who managed to get tickets. I dont think they were available through mail order (for this show) that year. anyway, as a result, the crowd was wonderful for the most part,and the setting was incredible.

...Jerry wore green pants ! Vermont=green mountains

All Vermonters? Yea, maybe the 10 around you. The crowd was as usual; mostly out of staters...get real. Oh, this show sucked, like the rest of 94. This was my last of 204. When I left during the encore I turned around and new it would be the last time I saw Jerry, he looked terrible.

Youssou N'Dour opened with a fine show

we drove up from philly with no tickets, and scored them as soon as we hit highgate. what a great setting for a show. the show itself was less than great. a fine jack straw got things off well enough, and the let it grow closer was nice. the highlight of the second set was new speedway, the rest was pretty lame. without a doubt the worst u.s. blues i've ever heard. a great time none the less. we heard them soundchecking what we would later find out was childhood's end during the afternoon before the show. the only store in town had a huge hot air balloon with a sign "welcome deadheads".

This was my last outdoor show and the run in Boston in the fall was the last I got to see Jerry. On paper, the setlist is not shabby, however, uninspired performances overall. 1st set is a good start, and 2nd set deflates w/ Long Way, Corrina, and I Want to Tell You. Unfortunately, go through the motions is not going to elevate anyone.
- (06/16/2012)

Extremely disappointing show but if you think this is bad, check out the VT show in 1995.
- (01/14/2015)

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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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