Last week, Deadheads around the country (and the world) flocked to movie theaters for the 2019 edition of the Grateful Dead‘s annual “Meet-Up At The Movies” event, which featured the screening of the band’s June 1991 performance at New Jersey’s Giants Stadium. While the screenings are typically a one-night-only event, the band announced on Wednesday that a second screening of the 1991 performance will return to theaters for an extra night due to popular demand.

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The band’s announcement states that the film will return to the big screen in select U.S. cities on Thursday, August 8th. The Dead’s concert features their then-new lineup with added pianists Bruce Hornsby and Vince Wilneck as they continued their breakthrough into national fame with sold-out stadium shows. The band’s performance in the Meadowlands area of New Jersey included renditions of “Eyes of the World”, “Brown Eyed Women”, “Truckin'”, “Sugar Magnolia”, “Uncle John’s Band”, and “Cassidy”, just to name a few.

As the band noted to go with the show’s initial announcement earlier this summer, the show marks “the first time the Bruce Hornsby and Vince Welnick line-up has ever appeared on the big screen.”

Head here for more info on which cinemas will replay the 6/17/91 performance on Thursday.