Dead And Company At Wrigley Field Night One

Dead And Company Comes Out Firing On Night One Of Their Wrigley Field Stop

As I said a couple of days ago I was never really a Grateful Dead fan. My wife is though. The first time that I attended one of the Dead and Company concerts I was pretty skeptical. What I found is that I have a great time. These fans are into the show. It is so much fun to hear 40,000 people singing along with the band. These are events, and the sounds are pretty catchy too. I find myself rooting to hear certain songs during every show. If you had told me in high school that I would enjoy being at Wrigley Field hearing Dead songs I would have thought that you were crazy. Here we are though.

A Couple New Panoramas

Sometimes not having the right equipment can actually be a good thing. Not having my normal camera and lenses to choose from makes me get a little creative to get the shot. Here I made three different shots and stitched them together to show the view from my seat. These are much easier to make than they used to be so this is not a big deal. With the Sony though I end up with way too many photos as the burst mode is really something else. I end up finding my three to stitch though, and the process is pretty easy.

The Week In Photos

Last week was full of concerts and the last of the kids playing ball for the summer. You can find my favorite photos from last week here.

Dead And Company Wrigley Night One Setlist

  • The Other One
  • Mississippi 1/2 Step
  • To Lay Me Down
  • Brown Eyed Women
  • Ramble On Rose
  • It Hurts Me Too
  • Birdsong
  • Jackstraw
  • China Cat Sunflower
  • I Know You Rider
  • Althea
  • St. Stephen
  • William Tell Bridge
  • The Eleven
  • Drums/Space
  • Days Between
  • Not Fadeaway
  • Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

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