April 07, 1985
Set List:Why Don't We Do it in the Road
Dancin' in the Streets
Samson and Delilah
She Belongs to Me
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Gimme Some Lovin'
Attendees of this show
I would love to chat w/anyone who ever attended this show. It was my first--pretty hot huh? Honestly, I didn't remember too much of it other than I had a blast. From here on in it's pretty much what my life has circled around. As I stated, I would love to and could probably talk forever about this show and many thereafter. Hope to here from ya. Bill
I would also love a copy of this show as well. When trading tapes where bigger than it is now, I was only able to obtain part of the 2nd set. I've been to some doozies. First Here Comes Sunshine in Tempe brought back. Fun show too.
lot of people were fuckin high
this show began it all for me...life was never the same after i attended my first dead show here in my old hometown....would LOVE to get a copy of this...i "miracled" all of my 2nd and 3rd generation soundboard killer tapes to a lucky soul on craigs list ...i miss it all so much...
NO one will be watching us,
...but damned if I can remember what # show it was for me! After the fourth or fifth, they all were a blur.
hi. i, too, was at this set of shows. jerry had a pretty bad sore throat and did not sing that much. i remember there being lots of fighting in the parking lot and that weird east coast vibe. a bottle was thrown through the air at one point and hit some guy pretty badly. i'd give these philly shows an average to slightly below rating.
I was trippin' but havin' a great time!
This was a stop you will never forget if you were. Bob rocked that night. this was not one of the better ones in phil pa. but it was a show!!!!!!
Camped out in the car in the parking lot for all three nights. There was some fierce acid going around that parking lot, I don't remember the shows much at all. I remember going into downtown Philly one day for cheesesteaks at Pat's Steaks at 9th and Passyunk. The third morning I woke up in the car feeling so skanky, I will never forget, we went over to the Hilton hotel next over next to the sports complex for the best hot breakfast ever, dressed all scuzzy and tripped-out deadhead style. I will never forget those three days of hippie paradise.
Bob Seger song comes to mind - Walk into a restaurant, people want to know if your a woman or a man...