Performers: Pink Floyd, Lee Michaels, Clear Light
Poster Artist: Bonnie MacLean
Dates: Oct 26-28, 1967
Venue: Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA)
Size: 2 7/16" x 4 3/5" (each)
Bonnie MacLean gave a nod to two contemporary cultural trends, the Nehru jacket of the well-dressed hipster and the psychedelic pattern of the fabric, to advertise British group Pink Floyd's appearance at the Fillmore.
Before the dawn of computers and bar codes, Bill Graham Presents printed their own concert tickets, many of which are now considered exceptional works of art in their own right. Small facsimiles or derivations of the show's promotional posters, they were typically color-coded to indicate multi-night engagements and represent a bygone era of extended, one-venue engagements by major performers.