Get ready to shake those bones at your local movie theater!
The 6th annual Grateful Dead "Meet-Up at the Movies" has been announced. The scheduled date for this year's event will be May 11, 2016 at 7 PM local time, when fans will be treated to a previously unreleased Grateful Dead concert video from Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts that took place on July 2, 1989.
In anticipation of the day, the band has shared a live performance clip of "Tennessee Jed" from that concert, which you can watch above. You can find more information about the event and how to purchase tickets by visiting Fathomevents.com.
In a press release, here's what you can expect to hear from the concert:
Catch the Dead in fine form, kicking off their summer tour to a sold-out crowd of more than 60,000 fans, and pulling out surprises at every turn — from the rare show-opener “Playing In The Band” to the only time they ever started a second set with “Friend Of The Devil.” The concert also includes a spectacular performance of “Wang Dang Doodle,” one of the band’s finest sing-along versions of “Tennessee Jed,” two Bob Dylan covers (“Queen Jane Approximately” and “Quinn The Eskimo”) along with a medley of Traffic’s “Dear Mr. Fantasy” segued into the Beatles’ “Hey Jude.” Not to mention a sequence that will bring you back to the Dead circa 1973: "Truckin'"> "He's Gone"> "Eyes Of The World."
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