AOR-2.73 - The Grateful Dead Handbill - Fillmore Auditorium - Condition - Excellent

AOR-2.73 - The Grateful Dead Handbill - Fillmore Auditorium - Condition - Excellent - SF Rock Posters - EST 1991. San Francisco, CA

AOR-2.73 - The Grateful Dead Handbill - Fillmore Auditorium - Condition - Excellent

Headline Band: The Grateful Dead
Second Band: Sly & the Family Stone
Third Band: Moby Grape
Fourth Band: Salvation New Army
Venue: Fillmore Auditorium
Graphic Artist: Hank Lelo
Date: February 12, 1967

This handbill was designed for a benefit held at the Fillmore Auditorium. Most commonly known as “Abe Lincoln’s Birthday,” this concert was held to benefit the Council for Civic Unity, one of several Bay Area groups focused on civil rights issues. The Grateful Dead were the headliners, but they were still six months away from releasing their first album.

This original handbill was printed on thin white stock and measures approximately 8″ x 11″.

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