The Doors Saratoga Performing Arts Center Concert Poster 1968
Saratoga, New York $3,000 Cash For The Doors Concert Posters Call 303-670-3212
Date: September 1, 1968 Poster: thick Cardboard Size: 14"x22" Printer:
Here is a 14×22 inch cardboard/boxing style concert poster advertising The Doors September 1, 1968 performance at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga, New York. This would mark the Doors final show in the United States before embarking on their first ever European tour. Parts of the concert were filmed and recorded for The Doors self made documentary “Feast Of Friends.“ The poster features a very simple layout with a common used promo photo of the band on a tan background.
Jim Morrison And The Doors Boston Arena Concert Poster 1970
Boston, Massachusetts $3,000 Cash For The Doors Concert Posters Call 303-670-3212
Date: April 10, 1970 Poster: thick Cardboard Size: 14"x22" Printer: Locally
This Jim Morrison and The Doors concert poster is unique because of the use of a boxing style layout. This was a departure from the typical Doors psychedelic poster style. The rock concert poster is for the Boston Arena performance in Boston, Massachusetts on April 10, 1970. This would be the last time The Doors would ever grace a stage in Boston again. Jim Morrison would be dead 15 months later. This poster is printed in a simple black and white format using cut out pictures of the band as its central image much like the boxing style layout used to promote the old blues and R&Bacts of the 1950’s and 1960’s. The Boston Arena concert was actually taped and recored professionally by Elektra records and was released decades later on CD.
Jim Morrison And The Doors Singer Bowl Flushing Meadows 1968
Queens, New York $3,000 Cash For The Doors Concert Posters Call 303-670-3212
Date: August 2, 1968 Poster: thick Cardboard Size: 14"x22" Printer: Murray Poster Printing, New York
This poster is unique because it advertises a series of concerts that took place in the Singer Bowl at Flushing Meadows, New York during August, 1968. The concert promoters were Gary Kurfirst and Shelly Finkel. Finkel was a successful boxer promoter who managed boxing legends Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson. The Singer Bowl concert series started on August 2, 1968, with Jim Morrison and the Doors teaming up with The Who and Kangaroo. It was a hot muggy night and the audience was restless. After The Who and Kangaroo’s performances, The Doors took the stage and put on a tense concert. Morrison sang surrounded with 20 or more heavy set bouncers. The Doors concluded their set with “The End” a song from their debut album and were escorted off the stage as bedlam broke out in the crowd. Please call 303-670-3212