The sixth annual Grateful Dead ‘Meet-Up At The Movies’ screening will take place at theaters across the country on May 11 as per Jambands.com. This year, Fathom Events and Rhino will present footage of the Grateful Dead’s July 2, 1989 concert at Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts which has not previously been released.
In addition to the 1989 concert, the screening will also include backstage footage from Dead & Company’s first-ever tour, which took place this past fall. Look for this year’s ‘Meet-Up At The Movies’ to start at 7 p.m. local time at select theaters in the U.S. More information including ticket purchasing options is expected to be shared soon on Fathom Events’ website.
Watch fan-shot footage of the 1989 show’s first set:
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