The Grateful Dead will take fans back to their July 2nd, 1989 performance at Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, MA for this week’s Shakedown Stream webcast to air Friday, May 8th at 8 p.m. ET. Announced following this past Friday’s webcast of the 1978 Closing of the Winterland show, the virtual series’ co-host and Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux also confirmed that the special guest to participate in the pre-show Q&A will be co-founding guitarist Bob Weir.

The Dead’s 20-song performance on 7/2/89 saw the band at the height of their late-80s success following the release of In The Dark just two years prior. Songs which made their way into the setlist that night included “Playing in the Band”, “Wang Dang Doodle”, covers of Bob Dylan‘s “Queen Jane Approximately” and “Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)”, “Friend of the Devil”, “Eyes of the World”, “He’s Gone”, “Sugar Magnolia”, and “Dear Mr. Fantasy” just to name a few.

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To get ready for this week’s Shakedown Stream webcast, revisit the band’s performance of “He’s Gone” with pro-shot footage below.

Grateful Dead – “He’s Gone” – 7/2/89

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Fans will want to tune in early to watch the Q&A portion with Weir, who will likely have plenty of news and stories to share considering he won’t be performing live with Wolf Bros until 2021 at the earliest following last week’s announcement.

Watch this week’s Shakedown Stream pre-show with Bobby Weir followed by the concert broadcast via the video players below.

Shakedown Stream Pre-Show with David Lemieux, Gary Lambert, and Bob Weir

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Grateful Dead Shakedown Stream – Foxboro 7/2/89

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