The Grateful Dead Movie 40th Anniversary Fan Meet-Up
On 4/20, meet up with friends and fellow Dead Heads in cinemas nationwide for a Grateful gathering to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Grateful Dead documentary, The Grateful Dead Movie. Co-directed by Jerry Garcia and Leon Gast, this concert film features live performances from the October 1974 5-night run at San Francisco’s iconic Winterland held during the band’s so-called “retirement” prior to taking a two-year sabbatical. Performances include “U.S. Blues,” “One More Saturday Night,” “Casey Jones,” “Playing in the Band” and “Sugar Magnolia,” among other Dead classics. Before the show, audiences will get exclusive access to a special mini-documentary featuring fans reminiscing about the most famous Grateful Dead show of all time, which took place 40 years ago, on May 8, 1977, at Barton Hall at Cornell University.
MY older sister took me to see this movie at the Tower Theatre was it was originally released It was my first Dead experience then she took me to see my first show in the fall of that year at the grand old Spectrum I was on the bus from then on
I've tried to find a listing of theatre's this will be played at to no avail If someone can find a listing please post it
Was unsure if I'd make it since it conflicts with the LeBron and Kyrie Show. But, as Mrs. Colors pointed out, that's what dvr's are for. The Dead movie night has been a great kickoff to the summer concert season for the past couple of years, so we're should be there. "ST. STEPHEN!!!!!"