Written August 23, 2014
Too much introductory interview; we didn't need the old coots' dissertation on what a Grateful Dead concert is like. Though, it was great to see the Further footage of the Pranksters driving through Manhattan, and Cassady. And Kesey and Babbs. Concert footage was awesome, as was the recording. El Paso was as good as it ever was, even if Bobby couldn't hear himself in the monitors. Dark Star went on way too long, but I guess they ran out of decent footage. Could have lived without seeing that guy's **** hanging over Jerry's head for most of the show. Thank God they got him to put pants on! I imagine the DVD will have select deleted concert footage. Glad they finally figured out how to make money. Happy Birthday Jerry! Fare Thee Well.....
Written October 25, 2014
Wow....I had a great time watching this movie. The sound was truly amazing and the being able to see the band so young was was a treat. I hope to make next years meet and greet....even if i have to drive all the way to Bozeman for it. Happy Birthday Jerry.
Written December 21, 2014
Great nostalgia of a band that continues to carry on with loving and sharing and caring. So much more than just the music. got on the bus in 71 and am still on board. Excellent job bringing vintage footage to the big sctreen. Excellent audio. Thank you Regal Royal palm for providing the fans with this never to be forgotten experience. Next time, maybe serve some drinks and apps. Would be lovely.
Written December 22, 2014
Worth seeing, good tunes and probably as entertaining as most if not all movies currently in the theaters. It’s a shame they couldn’t pipe reefer smoke into the theater to enhance the experience.
Written November 27, 2014
This film was clearly enjoyed by many in the audience as a nostalgic evening. Laughter and some applause. The music was hypnotic and I could understand why everyone at the original event was danciing, but we found the poor quality of the 1972 film unappealing and left early.