Get excited to watch a big screen presentation from Fathom Events and Rhino Entertainment who are bringing the Grateful Dead back to the big screen for the fifth annual Meet-Up at the Movies on Monday, May 4th at 7:00 p.m. (local time).
This year’s can’t-miss Meet-Up features the previously unreleased last-ever Grateful Dead show at Alpine Valley on July 19, 1989. Recorded from the analog master multi-camera video from the famous concert venue in East Troy, Wisconsin, this exclusive cinema event captures the peak of the band’s energy and chemistry on stage and features favorites including Sugaree, Box Of Rain, Terrapin Station, Morning Dew, and more!
Bring the family down to the theater for this Grateful gathering in cinemas Monday, May 4 only. Here is a stream from the July 19 show on archive.org with set list.
Set One: Hell in a Bucket, Sugaree, Mama Tried, Mexicali Blues, Althea, Victim or the Crime, West L.A. Fadeaway, Desolation Row, Deal
Set Two: Box of Rain, Foolish Heart, Looks Like Rain, Terrapin Station, drums, The Other One, The Wheel, Morning Dew
Encore: Turn on Your Love Light
YouTube also has video of Downhill From Here, July 17, 1989:
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