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Boston Garden - Boston, MA

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Franklin's Tower
Walkin' Blues
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
So Many Roads
Promised Land

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Long Way To Go Home
Saint Of Circumstance
Terrapin Station
The Last Time
Stella Blue
One More Saturday Night


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Fabulous So Many Roads!!!!!

All in all strong. This was inside Boston Garden, and its name changed soon thereafter. Hello to all my friends at this show! I heard that the cops bombed Shakedown Street outdoors. I'm glad I wasn't out there then. Afterwards, I remember chillin in a massively crowded hotel lobby sorta nearby. It was cool. The tape I have of this show is of very low quality, so I am looking for one that is better>

This was my last Dead Show ever. It was complete closure as I had never heard a Help->Slip->Frank and I barely got in to the show. Didn't have a ticket. Barely made it in ontime. Wandered down to the floor and started going crazy when I heard the first notes of Help. Met up with people from my school in the front row. Jerry saw me going crazy and looked at me and laughed as if he knew that I had been waiting for this. We exchanged laughs during the entire tune. It was a great show and I would love to get a hold of a soundboard quality bootleg or any quality if nothing else. Thanks.

A surprisingly strong show for this late in the Dead's career. Some good work from Jerry, in my opinion, in some unexpected places - Althea, Saint of Circumstance, the jam out of Terrapin.

BTW, Bobby's on acoustic for Me and My Uncle > Big River.
-Adam j

hi all this was my first ever dead show...i actually took my little brother with parents were pissed at that..anyways..if anyone has this show i would love to tape it

- (03/12/2008)

Download a SBD of this show at
Thanks to the archive
-Krafty (09/01/2009)

The boys showin' they still got the juice.
- (08/21/2013)

Will be officially released on 30 Trips Around The Sun Box (SEPT 2015)
-M C (06/10/2015)

Awesome show, beautiful Stella Blue; the dead were back in their prime again for these Boston Garden

- (06/30/2015)

Killer Long Way
-Vince Fan (04/12/2016)

So Many Roads,,,Indeed !!!
- (12/05/2017)

a perfect late-era setlist for me... i'd rather CC Rider or Little Red Rooster instead of Walkin' Blues, but that's just nitpicking. Jerry shows he still has it throughout... opened H>S>F is fantastic, and the slow tunes are poignant and well delivered. I love Phil singing Just like Tom Thumb's Blues.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (07/29/2018)

There was no name changed to the arena. It was closed a year later and demolished 2 years after that to make room for the current arena.
-Anonymous (09/23/2018)

Hey all, this complete show is on YouTube with video! I was 23 at this show, not my last but close to it. The YouTube video is interesting - it's clearly filmed from far away, the nosebleed seats but the sound is SBD. So it's been dubbed at one point. I had to play the So Many Roads over again so I could stop what I was doing and get more spine chills seeing Jer rip it out.
- (10/02/2018)

Great long way to go home!
- (03/24/2019)

30 Trips Around the Sun

Disc 1

Help On the Way 4:23
Slipknot! 5:00
Franklin's Tower 11:37
Walkin' Blues 5:51
Althea 8:28
Me and My Uncle 2:49
Big River 6:01
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues 5:58
So Many Roads 7:23
Promised Land 4:41

Disc 2

Scarlet Begonias 11:30
Fire On the Mountain 16:32
Way To Go Home 6:42
Saint of Circumstance 7:51
Terrapin Station 16:22
Drums 12:01

Disc 3

Space 18:19
The Last Time 6:01
Stella Blue 11:19
One More Saturday Night 5:08
Liberty 7:58

-Bookkeeper (04/21/2020)

As others have stated, this is an outstanding show. It not only rates highly for the late era, but I believe this show compares well to concerts from bygone years. Seriously! I listen to a lot of Dead, and I have a strong preference for the Keith/Donna era. That said, although this show is typical 80's/90's structure, it provides a similar level of listening pleasure that I achieve from the golden '70's years. High energy, colorful, and beautifully performed throughout. Don't let the '1994' date dissuade you...the boys delivered bigly on this night. This one is for the ages.
- (08/13/2020)

... thank you Sirius for playing 10/1/1994 Boston MA tonight for the 9PM show ...

iko iko on & on .......
- (11/13/2020)

Wrong setlist.
-Mack (03/18/2022)

Incredible healing power in Jerry's playing on Franklin's :')
-Luke (02/03/2023)

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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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