Jimi Hendrix Experience Concert Poster 1969
Charlotte, North Carolina $3,000 Cash For Poster of this Concert Call 310-346-1965
Date: May 9, 1969 Poster: Cardboard Size: 22"x18" Printer: Globe Poster Company, Baltimore
Avid 1960’s poster collector Andrew Hawley announces his search for vintage 1969 Jimi Hendrix Charlotte Coliseum North Carolina concert posters. The same poster was used for the Hendrix Dorton Arena show in Raleigh. Hendrix played the Dorton Area in Raleigh on April 11th and the Charlotte Coliseum on May 9th.This was not Hendrix first Charlotte show. He played there as a backup artist to the teenage phenom group The Monkees. As expected, Hendrix and the Monkees were not a good match. Hendrix was actually booed at a gig in Forest Hills, New York in 1967 with the fans screaming for Davy Jones.
Jimi Hendrix Singer Bowl Flushing Meadows Concert Poster 1968
Queens, New York City $3,000 Cash For This Poster Call 310-346-1965
Date: August 2, 1968 Poster: thick Cardboard Size: 14"x22" Printer: Murray Poster Printing, New York
The Singer Bowl concert series started on August 2, 1968, with Jim Morrison and the Doors teaming up with The Who and Kangaroo. Later in August, the Jimi Hendrix Experience played with Big Brother and The Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin and The Chambers Brothers.
Jimi Hendrix Experience Rochester Community War Memorial Concert Poster 1968
Rochester, New York $3,000 Cash For This Poster Call 310-346-1965
Date: March 21, 1968 Poster: Size: Printer: Printed locally
This is a one off design poster used to advertise Jimi Hendrix’s 1968 performance at the War Memorial in Rochester, New York. The concert poster was printed locally. The poster is printed on paper and features a fairly common photo of Hendrix. Usually the print runs on the one off local shows ranged from 100 to 200 copies.
Jimi Hendrix Sick's Stadium Concert Poster 1970
Seattle, Washington $3,000 Cash For This Poster Call 310-346-1965
Date: Sunday, July 26, 1970 Poster: Thick Cardboard Size: 14"x22" Printer: Washington Printing Company
Jimi Hendrix performed his last concert ever in Seattle on July 26th 1970 at Sicks Stadium. In fact, the Sicks stadium show would turn out to be Jimi’ second to last show ever in the United States. The poster uses a one off design and though no printing credits are listed on the poster I believe the poster was printed locally by the Washington Printing Company.
Jimi Hendrix Experience Vets Memorial Concert Poster 1968
Columbus, Ohio $3,000 Cash For This Poster Call 310-346-1965
Date: Sunday, March 3, 1968 Poster: Thick Cardboard Size: 17"x22" ? Printer: Locally
The Vets Memorial Auditorium was a mainstay venue making Columbus a hotbed for leading acts in the 1950s and 60s. Buddy Holly, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and the Doors played there. With Ohio State located in Columbus, acts could count on big college crowds to pack this venue. This Vets Memorial Auditorium Jimi Hendrix concert poster is an one off poster mostly likely printed locally.
Jimi Hendrix Experience Seattle Center Coliseum Concert Poster 1969
$3,000 Cash For This Poster Call 310-346-1965 Seattle, Washington
Date: May 23,1969 Poster: Thick Cardboard Size: 17"x22" Printer: Washington Poster Company, Seattle Wa
This Jimi Hendrix Seattle Center Coliseum concert poster has a wanted poster look to it. It was printed by the Washington Poster Company. The poster is 17”x22” and is a typical rock concert poster. The concert poster listed venue, ticket prices and where to buy tickets. Different renditions of this concert poster was used for other venues. Also, this Jimi Hendrix picture was used on many concert posters.
Jimi Hendrix Experience Stony Brook University Concert Poster 1968
Stony Brook, Long Island, New York $3,000 Cash For Poster of this Concert Call 310-346-1965
Date: March 9, 1968 Poster: Cardboard Size: 17"x22" Printer: Printed by Student Union
This Jimi Hendrix Stony Brook University concert poster is a typical poster for a university concert. It uses a stock promotional picture of Jimi Hendrix Experience band. Jimi Hendrix is in big letters as the headliner with The Soft Machine as the back-up band. This poster lists many ticket locations which is unique. Stony Brook held many concerts of the top acts in the 1960s such as the Allman Brothers, Janis Joplin, the Doors and Jimi Hendrix.