Jeani Borchert's Concert Archive

Archaeologist who has worked for State of ND for 43 years. 15 years for UND and the remainder for NDDOT. Widow - husband passed away 3-12-22. Two boys. One grandson and two granddaughters.

Bismarck, North Dakota, United States     Joined May 2023    

The Rolling Stones / The McCoys / The Standells / The Tradewinds

Jul 15, 1966 (57 years ago)

Omaha Civic Auditorium     Omaha, Nebraska, United States

Band Line-up

Bands Seen

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The McCoys The Standells The Tradewinds

Concert Details

Friday, July 15, 1966
Omaha Civic Auditorium
Omaha, Nebraska, United States

Genres Seen

Beat Music, Blues, Blues Rock, British Rhythm & Blues, Classic Rock, Dance-Rock, Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Pop, Psychedelic Rock, Rock, Rock And Roll, Roots Rock, British, Album Oriented Rock (AOR), British Invasion, Merseybeat, and Rock & Roll.


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The Rolling Stones / The McCoys / The Standells / The Tradewinds on Jul 15, 1966 [710-small]

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Judinebr Jun 18, 2023

From the book - Rosenblatt Stadium: Essays and Memories of Omaha’s Historic Ball Park, 1948-2012

“In 1966, Rosenblatt came close to staging what would have been its most legendary group, the Rolling Stones. The Stones’ first performance in Omaha was in 1964 at the Civic Auditorium before a meager 672 fans. A blurb in the Teen News section of the Omaha World Herald on July 1, 1966, mentioned that the Stones planned a return for a second Omaha engagement on July 15, which was tentatively scheduled for Rosenblatt Stadium. But perhaps due to inclement weather, the band ended up again at the Civic Auditorium, proving the Rosenblatt could not always get what it wanted.

Jeani Borchert May 20, 2023

We were in the nosebleed section for the two warm-up bands. Then there was an intermission. We saw that many many people did not return after intermission so we just walked up to seats 3 rows back from the stage…stood on chairs. I could almost touch Mick Jagger as he swung his jacket. Amazing concert…at 13 years old an experience and vision I can never forget.

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