- Berkeley Community Theatre (11/3)
- Hampton Coliseum (4/14)
- The Greek Theatre (7/15)
- Ventura County Fairgrounds (7/22)
- Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY (10/20)
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Of all the years combined of the Grateful Dead's live shows, 1984 is the least represented of their 30 year run. That's probably because it was not a good year; Jerry was not doing well. His health was quite poor from chronic opiate use as well as being overweight, smoking cigarettes and wearing red t-shirts. It is hard to find too many stand-out shows, however, down on Shakedown Stream™, I think we found some sweet nuggets worthy of our attention. In our unlimited devotion to the month of July's '84 quest, we featured five (5) shows from '84. Check them out here:
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