The New Fillmore Series began on March 4, 1988 with a poster designed by Kate Graham for a Hot Tuna show at San Francisco’s newly reopened Fillmore Auditorium. After a series of highly successful shows, Graham was forced to close the venue in the aftermath of 1989’s Loma Prieta Earthquake, in which The Fillmore was severely damaged. Following Bill Graham’s death in October 1991, the employees of Bill Graham Presents worked to finish one of Graham’s final projects—renovation of The Fillmore Auditorium. In April 1994, The Fillmore reopened. It continues to operate today, offering the best of the current popular music, and showcasing the talents of today’s poster artists.

Original Poster

Posters and Handbills Featuring NF-151 - NF-300

image date cat. no. venue artist for sale
10/09/96
10/31/96

Performers:

Star 69
The Heads
11/10/96

Performers:

Geggy Tah
Soul Coughing
11/19/96
11/20/96
12/31/96
01/10/97
01/17/97
01/19/97
01/28/97
02/03/97
03/07/97
03/10/97
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03/14/97

Performers:

Funky Meters
Tang
Train
03/17/97

Performers:

Fiona Apple
Guadaloop
03/19/97
03/29/97

Performers:

Polara
The Wallflowers
04/17/97
04/19/97
04/26/97
05/01/97
03/13/02

Performers:

Camp Lo
Spearhead
05/05/97

Performers:

James
Third Eye Blind
05/09/97

Performers:

Bettie Serveert
Wilco
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05/16/97
05/18/97

Performers:

John Fogerty
05/23/97

Performers:

Suede
The Long Pigs
05/24/97
06/06/97
06/21/97
07/25/97
08/01/97

Performers:

Dogstar
Silver Jet
08/12/97
09/27/97

Performers:

DJ Dara
Soul Coughing
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09/14/97
09/14/97
09/14/97
09/05/97
09/13/97

Performers:

Zero
09/21/97

Performers:

Creeper Lagoon
Pavement
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09/27/97

Performers:

Moe
10/03/97

Performers:

Boz Scaggs
10/07/97

Performers:

Boz Scaggs
10/13/97

Performers:

Boz Scaggs
10/12/97
10/18/97

Performers:

Lili Haydn
Matchbox 20
10/28/97

Performers:

The Residents
10/31/97

Performers:

The Residents
11/05/97

Performers:

Third Eye Blind
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