Grateful Dead Cover Art

Welcome to Grateful Dead Cover Art! All links have been fixed and are fully functional! You can click a year below and see bootleg covers for Grateful Dead, JGB, Phil & Friends, Ratdog, Furthur, Dead & Company and more! You can also click "I wanna see the newest covers" for the newest covers added. This is a work in process, but let's face it these guys have played a lot of concerts. Needless to say, no year is 100%....yet. Check out the poll at the bottom of the page to help show me what covers are wanted
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The Grateful Dead and our managing organizations have long encouraged the purely non-commercial exchange of music taped at our concerts and those of our individual members. That a new medium of distribution has arisen - digital audio files being traded over the Internet - does not change our policy in this regard. 
Our stipulations regarding digital distribution are merely extensions of those long-standing principles and they are as follow:
• No commercial gain may be sought by websites offering digital files of our music, whether through advertising, exploiting databases compiled from their traffic, or any other means.
• All participants in such digital exchange acknowledge and respect the copyrights of the performers, writers and publishers of the music.
• This notice should be clearly posted on all sites engaged in this activity.
• We reserve the ability to withdraw our sanction of non-commercial digital music should circumstances arise that compromise our ability to protect and steward the integrity of our work.


  1. Bolillo310. I would love a copy of this show!!! , This honestly was my very first show. I was 16. I went w- my dad and a friend. We had Suite seats. My dad didn't know what was instore when the lights went out he said'' he saw all the bowls'' light up. I was raised in Rochester Hills Michigan about 30 minutes from the Palace (where the Pistons used to play basketball. Me and my friend Jon Anderson walked around at set break and saw all the hippies and came running back in when we heard ''Truckin'' start the second set. And danced! I was 16. My first dead show, I caught about 30 shows in the Mid- 90s and toured across the east coast when I moved to New Jersey in 1994. Any Rochester Adams Highlanders out there?? There where many Adams Highlanders alumni at the shows in 93-95 at The Palace. KINDLY- --

  2. Hey there, Bolillo310! I would like a copy of the 3/28/69 show, if you have it. I love that dark star very much. Thank you!
    Noah Panec

  3. hello there wondering if you have a copy of the full 4- 13 -69 show... would love to have a copy please let me know michael

  4. Hey folks! This blog is not run by Bolillo310. He has used my cover art on YouTube videos. While I appreciate you coming to this page all I can do is point you in the direction of the live music archive as I do not host any music on this page. I wish I could be of more help!