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01/23/88 - Community World Theater, Tacoma, WA
Set
    If You Must • Downer • Floyd The Barber • Paper Cuts • Spank Thru • Hairspray Queen (part of) • Aero Zeppelin • Beeswax • Mexican Seafood • Pen Cap Chew • Anorexorcist • Hairspray Queen • Raunchola > Moby Dick (jam)

Notes
  • The band played under the name Ted Ed Fred.
  • Dale Crover played drums. Other than the August 1990 tour, this was the only show with Dale on drums.
  • The first attempt at "Hairspray Queen" was stopped due to a broken string.
  • At the end of the show, the band jammed on Led Zeppelin's "Moby Dick."

Circulating Recordings
  • SBD #1 - soundboard audio (incomplete)
    • Equipment: soundboard > unknown
    • Lowest Generation: Official CD [With The Lights Out]
    • Length / Sound Quality: 15 min / A-
    • Includes only "Downer," "Floyd The Barber," "Raunchola," and the "Moby Dick" jam.

  • AMT #1 - amateur video
    • Equipment: unknown > unknown
    • Lowest Audio Generation: VHS(1)
    • Lowest Video Generation: VHS(1)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 50 min / B

Other Performers
    Moral Crux • Really Soon



03/??/88 - The Caddyshack (house party), Olympia, WA
Notes
  • This was the first show with Dave Foster on drums.


03/19/88 - Community World Theater, Tacoma, WA
Soundcheck
    Floyd The Barber • Big Cheese • Beeswax

Set
    Love Buzz • Downer • Floyd The Barber • Spank Thru • Paper Cuts • Hairspray Queen • If You Must • Beeswax • Aero Zeppelin • Mexican Seafood • Pen Cap Chew • Big Cheese • Blew • Raunchola > Moby Dick (jam) • Bad Moon Rising

Notes
  • The band played under the name Nirvana for the first time.
  • Dave Foster played drums.
  • The band most likely played "Beeswax" during the soundcheck, since Kurt can be heard playing the opening notes before the circulating recording cuts out.

Circulating Recordings
  • SBD #1 - soundboard audio
    • Equipment: soundboard > unknown (cassette)
    • Lowest Generation: ANA(M)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 60 min / A-
    • Includes "Floyd The Barber," which cuts in and out, and "Big Cheese" from the soundcheck.
    • "Love Buzz" and "Raunchola" cut in, and "Blew" cuts out.

Other Performers
    Lush



04/??/88 - The Central Tavern, Seattle, WA
Set (incomplete)
    Love Buzz

Notes
  • Dave Foster played drums. Some attendees claim Aaron Burckhard was on drums, but this seems impossible, as the show took place between two shows with confirmed dates that had Dave Foster on drums.
  • This was the band's first show in Seattle. Many sources cite the 04/24/88 show at The Vogue as the band's first Seattle show, but both Jonathan Poneman and Bruce Pavitt separately insist that this show took place first.
  • Only Jonathan Poneman, Bruce Pavitt, and a few other people were in attendance.


04/24/88 - The Vogue (Sub Pop Sunday), Seattle, WA
Set (incomplete)
    Love Buzz • Floyd The Barber

Notes
  • Dave Foster played drums.
  • The show was horrible, according to attendees and the band themselves.
  • They played 14 songs, beginning with "Love Buzz" and ending with no encore.

Uncirculated Recordings
  • soundboard audio
    • It is rumored that the show was recorded at the band's request.

Other Performers
    Blood Circus



05/14/88 - The White House (house party), Olympia, WA
Set (incomplete)
    Love Buzz

Notes
  • Dave Foster played drums.
  • This was a birthday party for Portland/Olympia musician Gilly Hanner.
  • Kurt joined Gilly to sing a version of Scratch Acid's "The Greatest Gift."
  • Kurt played "Love Buzz" on his back on the floor.

Other Performers
    Gilly Hanner


05/21/88 - The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA
Set (incomplete)
    Love Buzz • Floyd The Barber

Notes
  • Dave Foster played drums.
  • The all-day show took place on the field in front of the K dorm.
  • Many bands played, and Nirvana closed the show.
  • It was a hot and sunny day, but it started to rain during Nirvana's set, so they stopped playing and brought some of their equipment inside. They may have returned to play more after the rain subsided, according to an attendee.
  • After the show, the band asked Chad Channing if he would like to jam with them. Chad agreed and jammed with them a bunch of times, but was never officially asked to join the band. He just continued to play with them from that point on.

Other Performers
    Herd Of Turtles • Lansdat Blister • The Speds • Telefunken


05/??/88 - The Vogue, Seattle, WA
Notes
  • This was the first show with Chad Channing on drums.


06/02/88 - The Central Tavern (Toe Jam '88), Seattle, WA
Other Performers
    Chemistry Set



06/17/88 - Hal Holmes Community Center, Ellensburg, WA
Notes
  • "About fifty kids" were at the show, according to Slim Moon of Lush.

Other Performers
    King Krab • Lush • Millions Of Dead Leninz



07/03/88 - The Vogue (Sub Pop Sunday), Seattle, WA
Notes
  • The band was originally supposed to play a show at the Community World Theater in Tacoma on this day, but that show was cancelled due to the venue permanently closing five days earlier.

Other Performers
    Blood Circus



07/23/88 - The Central Tavern, Seattle, WA
Set (incomplete)
    Love Buzz • Floyd The Barber • Hairspray Queen • Spank Thru • Downer

Notes
  • The show was booked by Nikolas Hartshorne, who would go on to be the King County Medical Examiner at the time of Kurt's death.
  • Blood Circus had to pull out of the show, so Nirvana was scheduled in their place.
  • There were about twelve people in attendance, according to Chad.

Other Performers
    Leaving Trains



07/30/88 - Squid Row Tavern, Seattle, WA
Other Performers
    Skin Yard



08/20/88 - Capitol Lake Park (Capitol Lake Jam), Olympia, WA
Other Performers
    My Name • Soundgarden • Swallow



08/29/88 - The Vogue, Seattle, WA
Notes
  • Kurt was sick with the flu and played part of the show while lying down on the ground, according to a member of the Treacherous Jaywalkers.

Other Performers
    Treacherous Jaywalkers



10/??/88 - birthday party, Bainbridge Island, WA
Notes
  • The show took place on a skate ramp.
  • It was probably the week before the 10/28/88 show.


10/28/88 - Union Station, Seattle, WA
Notes
  • The set was plagued with sound problems.

Other Performers
    Blood Circus • Butthole Surfers



10/30/88 - Dorm K208, The Evergreen State College (dorm party), Olympia, WA
Set
    School • Love Buzz • Floyd The Barber • Spank Thru • Big Cheese • Hairspray Queen • Mr. Moustache • Sifting • Mexican Seafood • Aero Zeppelin • Run, Rabbit, Run! • Immigrant Song • Blew

Notes
  • This was the first show at which Kurt smashed his guitar.

Circulating Recordings
  • AUD #1 - audience audio
    • Equipment: unknown > unknown (cassette)
    • Lowest Generation: ANA(M)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 60 min / A
    • "Love Buzz" and "Sifting" cut in. "Mr. Moustache" cuts out.

Other Performers
    Lansdat Blister • Lush



11/23/88 - Speedy O'Tubbs Rhythmic Underground, Bellingham, WA
Other Performers
    Coffin Break • Skin Yard



12/01/88 - The Underground, Seattle, WA
Other Performers
    Coffin Break • D.O.A.



12/21/88 - Eagles Hall, Hoquiam, WA
Set
    School • Love Buzz • Floyd The Barber • Mr. Moustache • Paper Cuts • Mexican Seafood • Spank Thru • Aero Zeppelin • Sifting • Hairspray Queen • Run, Rabbit, Run! • Big Cheese • Immigrant Song • Blew

Notes
  • Krist played in his underwear.
  • At the beginning of the show, Krist jammed briefly on the Led Zeppelin songs "Heartbreaker" and "Dazed And Confused" and the Kiss song "She."

Circulating Recordings
  • AUD #1 - audience audio
    • Equipment: unknown > unknown
    • Lowest Generation: ANA(x)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 60 min / B-
    • Missing the opening jams.

  • AMT #1a - amateur video (incomplete)
    • Equipment: unknown > unknown
    • Lowest Audio Generation: VHS(x)
    • Lowest Video Generation: VHS(x)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 40 min / B-
    • More complete, but lower quality than AMT #1b.
    • Missing everything after "Sifting," which cuts out.

  • AMT #1b - amateur video (incomplete)
    • Equipment: unknown > unknown
    • Lowest Audio Generation: VHS(1)
    • Lowest Video Generation: VHS(1)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 25 min / B+
    • Higher quality, but less complete than AMT #1a.
    • Includes only "School," "Floyd The Barber," "Paper Cuts," "Mexican Seafood," "Spank Thru," "Love Buzz," and "Aero Zeppelin" (in that order).
    • "Paper Cuts" and "Love Buzz" cut in.

Other Performers
    Attica • Psychlodds



12/28/88 - The Underground (Sub Pop 200 Record Release Party), Seattle, WA
Set
    School • Love Buzz • Floyd The Barber • Mr. Moustache • Paper Cuts • Mexican Seafood • Spank Thru • Sifting • Hairspray Queen • Blew

Circulating Recordings
  • AUD #1 - audience audio
    • Equipment: unknown > unknown
    • Lowest Generation: ANA(2)
    • Length / Sound Quality: 40 min / A

Other Performers
    Blood Circus • Jesse Bernstein • Swallow • Tad • The Thrown Ups


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