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Soldier Field - Chicago, IL

Set 1:
Picasso Moon
New Minglewood Blues
Lazy River Road
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Brown-Eyed Women

Set 2:
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
Samba In The Rain
Playin' In The Band
Terrapin Station
The Other One
Wharf Rat
One More Saturday Night

Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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Can anyone get
me a copy of this show, or direct me to a site where i can download it? i would be much appreciated. ryan

Sure. This was the worst show I ever had the displeasure of going to. You can find it at

I beg to differ...while the entire 94 summer tour was fair-to-midland at best, there were some definite highlights -- and this show was one of them.

I remember the LSD being quite possibly the LOUDEST I've ever heard the band play...and Traffic's set to open the show (acoustic set, if memory serves) was excellent.

In fact, if someone has tapes of Traffic's opening set, I'd be more than willing to do a B&P

Set I was sweet and melow on a perfectly clear evening. The backdrop was a killer sunset on the chicago skyline. By the start of set II it was dark out and Lucy in the Sky had awsome visual effects. The encore "knockin on heaven's door" was played under a soft blue backlightling. Another great show.

i just rememberring hsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssst, that'll be five bucks

-DJ Falafal

this was my second dead show. it was a beautiful, warm night in chicago. i was in the upper east section of soldier field and could the sunset and the Chicago skyline. When they opened the second set with LSD, I thought to myself, "This is one of the greatest moments of my life." I thought it was a great show, but then again, I'm no Dead expert. Good time regardless.
-tripps man (01/07/2009)

There was a big Prankster vibe at this show. Lots of people had just gotten off of the Floyd tour. The first set was vintage Dead in my opinion. During the set break I heard all of these weird noises coming from the speakers. Everyone was hopping and flying and I kept saying "The Dead are up to something." Suddenly, out comes Lucy in the Sky--they were up to something. Gorgeous Chicago night too, just the right amount of breeze.
- (04/29/2009)

My first and only GD concert. I wasn't a fan at the time, and I was not terribly familiar with their vast songbook. They played Terrapin Station, and for me, it was the highlight of the show. I will never forget this experience.
- (09/11/2012)

Prankster vibe because itís Saturday nite everybody was dosed .place holds 55 60 thousand peoples prob gives you about 35 to 40 thousand dosed peeps in one spot . Hippie mafia banking .
-Jeff (07/23/2021)

I was at this show. We went with our neighbor, who had never heard much Dead until he met us after he moved in next door, and wanted to go and see.

We sat in the end zone opposite the stage. I remember it as being a pretty well played good sounding show but, other than the Lucy 2nd set opener, not one of the more interesting ones. I think at this point they were just trying to make it easy for Jerry, who took full advantage and played and sang well.

None the less, it was a really nice day and I got to see Steve Winwood play a set of Traffic songs. My neighbor had a good time too. I always had fun at the Soldier Field shows.

-kbreihan (07/25/2021)

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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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