Bill Graham closed the last of his three original venues, Winterland, with the Masquerade Ball in 1978, so the Dead performed their traditional New Year's Eve concert at the Oakland Arena instead. They played three sets that night, and 'Sugar Magnolia,' co-written by Bob Weir and one of the band's most beautiful, pretty-rhythm songs, was the number they chose yet again to ring in the New Year at midnight. The familiar Mouse/Kelley logo skeleton figures welcomed the fans, memories and traditions from the old venues to the new.
Men's t-shirts are made using the finest combed ringspun cotton to give you the softest, smoothest t-shirt around. A select few are a polyester-cotton blend which increases the t-shirts stretch and softness. These shirts are designed to fit like they did in the 70's and 80's, tailored to the body for a more youthful fit. We suggest thinking a size up when ordering these tees. Our "full cut" shirts are a little more forgiving like the classic beefy tee. The quality and feel remain the same. Be sure to check out our sizing chart to help assure that you'll get the perfect fit on the first try.
Should a tee not fit on the first try, we offer a quick and easy return policy (domestic orders only).