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SUPER Rare THE BEATLES Streisand Baez Dylan 1964 Forest Hills Concert Handbill

SUPER Rare THE BEATLES Streisand Baez Dylan 1964 Forest Hills Concert Handbill
SUPER Rare THE BEATLES Streisand Baez Dylan 1964 Forest Hills Concert Handbill

SUPER Rare THE BEATLES Streisand Baez Dylan 1964 Forest Hills Concert Handbill
This is a guaranteed original (printed before the concert) oversize concert handbill / ticket order advertising the. 1964 FOREST HILLS MUSIC FESTIVAL. This season featured 6 concerts. BARBARA STREISAND – July 12, 1964. Trini Lopez, Count Basie, extra added attraction Woody Allen – July 25. Harry Belafonte and Miriam Makeba – July 31, August 1 and 2. JOAN BAEZ (with unannounced special guest BOB DYLAN) – August 8. Johnny Mathis – August 15. At the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in Queens, New York. Where else would you ever find a handbill that advertises Barbra Streisand, Joan Baez with Bob Dylan, AND The Beatles! During her second set Joan introduced “Bobby Dylan” who joined her for three songs: Mama You’ve Been On My Mind, It Ain’t Me Babe, and With God On Our Side. She also performed some of his songs by herself before bringing him out. This extraordinarily rare handbill the only copy known to exist! Measures 9 3/8 x 7 7/8 inches and is in VG condition! It has a number of condition issues but is still very presentable and so historic! It is missing the lower left corner and also a couple of small edge chips. There are several folds and creases and there a few small tears, as well, that extend from folds. About an inch long tear in the lower left from the bottom edge up to the bottom of the image of the stadium. There is also a small tear from the chip missing in the lower right corner. There is age discoloration toning on the right third of the handbill and some aging on the right edge, too. It looks like there may be some trimming to the edges and there is a vertical fold, as well. I have posted two hi resolution scans so you can see it all for yourself. THIS IS AN ULTRA RARE ITEM! You will not be disappointed with this item in your collection. If you are outside of the U. If you are interested in this kind of material please view my store, Concert Posters Plus, and sign up for my Store Newsletter. I add items frequently and also offer periodic sales / discounts and specials. Get notified when I run a special sale! The item “SUPER Rare THE BEATLES Streisand Baez Dylan 1964 Forest Hills Concert Handbill” is in sale since Tuesday, August 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists B\Beatles\Posters”. The seller is “postermaniax” and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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SUPER Rare THE BEATLES Streisand Baez Dylan 1964 Forest Hills Concert Handbill
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Super Rare! GRATEFUL DEAD JANIS JOPLIN Original 1966 LSD ACID Concert Poster

Super Rare! GRATEFUL DEAD JANIS JOPLIN Original 1966 LSD ACID Concert Poster

Super Rare! GRATEFUL DEAD JANIS JOPLIN Original 1966 LSD ACID Concert Poster
This is an ultra ultra rare and important item! It is a guaranteed original (printed before the event) small poster / oversize handbill announcing an event dubbed The LOVE PAGEANT RALLY. This was a rally and concert on October 6, 1966, as stated on the poster 666… The mark of the ascension of the beast. The date that the California law prohibiting the possession of L. Comes into effect, the day the fear-produced legislation against the expansion of consciousness. At 2:00 P. In the Panhandle at Masonic and Oak in San Francisco. Grateful Dead and Big Brother and the Holding Company with Janis Joplin provided the music although neither are specifically mentioned on the item. It is well documented. This was an important historic event and also a very early appearance of Janis with Big Brother. Here’s a short write-up about the event from WIkipedia. The Love Pageant Rally took place on October 6, 1966 the day LSD became illegal in the’panhandle’ of Golden Gate Park, a narrower section that projects into San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district. The’Haight’ was a neighborhood of run-down turn-of-the-20th-century housing that was the center of San Francisco’s counterculture in the 1960s. The major instigators of the rally were Allen Cohen and artist Michael Bowen, the creators of the San Francisco Oracle , which first hit the streets in September 1966. The occasion was the banning of LSD, by the California legislature in Sacramento, an enactment which virtually created a neighborhood of outlaws in the Haight, where’acid’ was a staple of community culture. Since the new law was to go into effect on October 6, 1966, Cohen and others related the event to the number of the Beast of Revelation. On a more serious level, busts for drugs were ramping up locally and on the national level, and confrontations between the hippie communes and the local police were getting more intense and led to street protests and rioting, followed by neighborhood curfews. A better form of protest, more suited to hippie culture was needed. “Without confrontation, ” said Allen Cohen, we wanted to create a celebration of innocence. We were not guilty of using illegal substances. We were celebrating transcendental consciousness. The beauty of the universe. The beauty of being. Posters advertising the event invited participants to Bring the color gold… Bring photos of personal saints and gurus and heroes of the underground… Banners, flags, incense, chimes, gongs, cymbals, symbols, costumes, joy. Thousands showed up for the event, read a “prophecy of a declaration of independence” written by Cohen, after which many placed a tab of acid on their tongues and swallowed in unison. Music was provided by the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. Both invited to play by Michael Bowen for free. Ken Kesey was on hand with the Merry Pranksters in the legendary bus. The Love Pageant Rally drew several thousand people. It was a warm-up for the Human Be-In. The following January, which brought 30,000 together and established media attention to hippie culture that then led to The Summer of Love. The poster / handbill measures 8 1/2 x 14 inches and is printed in green ink on white paper. There at NO tears, hoels or significant damage. A competant paper conservator could make this look even better than it already does. It would frame beautifully and would be the cornerstone of your Grateful Dead or Janis Joplin or Acid Test or LSD collection. It is guaranteed to be 100% original and authentic from the time period. If you are outside of the U. If you are interested in this kind of material please view my store, Concert Posters Plus, and sign up for my Store Newsletter. I add items frequently and also offer periodic sales / discounts and specials. Get notified when I run a special sale! The item “Super Rare! GRATEFUL DEAD JANIS JOPLIN Original 1966 LSD ACID Concert Poster” is in sale since Wednesday, June 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Grateful Dead\Posters”. The seller is “postermaniax” and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Super Rare! GRATEFUL DEAD JANIS JOPLIN Original 1966 LSD ACID Concert Poster