Lace up those dancing shoes or better yet dust off those clogs because we're about to boogie on into theatres worldwide with our (near) annual Meet-Up At The Movies.
If you don't know by now, we're going to bring the 50th Anniversary of EUROPE '72 on home with a screening of the previously unreleased Tivoli Concert Hall, 4/17/72 performance. This exclusive is two nights only, folks - Tuesday, November 1st with additional screenings across the U.S., Canada, and select territories on Saturday, November 5th so don't miss the chance to gather round with all the Heads in your neighborhood.
The ground-breaking concert broadcast event was the Dead's first major live concert broadcast, and a first in Danish television history. Fully restored and color corrected in High Definition with audio mixed from the 16-track analog master tapes by Jeffrey Norman and mastered by David Glasser, Tivoli 4/17/72 features nearly an hour and a half of the Grateful Dead at a peak of their performing career. The show's many highlights include an overview of the Dead's 1972 touring repertoire, including magnificent versions of “China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider,” “Big Railroad Blues,” “Truckin’,” and many more of the Dead's classics, as well as the first live performance of “He's Gone,” and other new songs including “Ramble On Rose,“ “Jack Straw, “ and “One More Saturday Night. ” Pigpen, on what would prove to be his last tour with the Grateful Dead, is well-represented by three songs, including the broadcast's opening number, “Hurts Me Too.”