There’s still time to renew your TRPS membership before we open the doors to the Festival of Rock Posters on October 22, 2016. The full roster of artists and vendors, as well as admission prices and policies, are below. Just added is Spusta Studio (no Marq, but the friendly Studio Gnomes will be there with all his latest stuff!).
Steve Walters (Screwball Press)
Scott Mussel (Hakes Americana)
Psychedelic Art Exchange
Alan Forbes (secretserpents)
Justin McNeal (secretserpents)
Mike Storeim (classicposters.com)
Frank Alan Bella
Reggie Williams (Straight Theater)
D. King Gallery
Tea Lautrec Litho
Sal Dicheira (Amazing Adventures)
John Bellas (Grande Ballroom)
Matthew Rick (Golden Road Gallery)
Ben Van Meter
What To Know About the Door
We open the doors at 10:00 am and the show runs until 6:00 pm. Here’s how it works.
* 10:00 – 11:00 Admission during the first hour is $20 for non-TRPS members. Admission for members is $5 as usual, and your membership needs to be current. Please bring your card to show at the door. If your membership is expired or you’re a nonmember, you pay the full admission price at the door and we refund you the $15 difference from the $30 membership cost if you renew or join at the TRPS table. We encourage you to make sure your membership is current before the show to avoid the hassle. It’s easier than ever to join or renew at trps.org.
* 11:00 – 3:00 Admission is $10 for non-TRPS members and $5 for members, just like always.
* 3:00 – 6:00 Admission is FREE to all. If being part of the early rush isn’t important to you, just wander by later when things have settled down a bit and get in for nothing—you can’t beat that. Bring your friends and family!
When you join TRPS, you have a range of membership premiums to choose from. In addition to T-shirts by Gregg Gordon, Alan Forbes, Emek, David Singer, Alton Kelley, Alexandra Fischer, Art Chantry, and others, we’ve also got a limited number of the rock-poster documentary “American Artifact.” This 2-DVD set includes the full original movie, plus a second DVD of outtakes and extras. Every poster fan should own a copy of this, so here’s your opportunity to grab a copy if you don’t already have one (“American Artifact” also makes a great gift!).
Where Is It Again?
The Hall of Flowers (aka, the Old County Fair Building) is just inside Golden Gate Park, near the corner of Ninth and Lincoln.
See you there!
Want to attend this year’s Festival of Rock Posters in style? Well, just renew your membership in September and we’ll send you one of our two new t-shirts for 2016. The first design, shown above, is by the great Alan Forbes—printed on black, of course. The second design, shown below, is by the always inventive Gregg Gordon, whose three-eyed lion was also used as the poster for Rock Art By the Bay last month. You can check out all of the available TRPS t-shirts, as well as the “American Artifact” two-DVD set, in our store, but all are only available when you join TRPS or renew your annual membership. Thanks!
Yup, it’s that time of year again. The Festival of Rock Posters at the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park is in the final planning stages. The full list of artists and vendors is below, so set aside Saturday October 22, 2016, 10am to 6pm. And if you haven’t renewed you membership, which gets you into the show for only 5 bucks (even during the first hour!), visit trps.org and update your membership today. When you do, you can choose from two new t-shirts by Gregg Gordon and Alan Forbes, classics by the likes of Emek, Alton Kelley, and David Singer, or a copy of the “American Artifact” DVD.
Here’s the roster:
Mark your calendars for Saturday August 6, 2016 when Rock Art By the Bay returns to the Mission Masonic Center in San Francisco. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to see the inside of a working Masonic Lodge, as well as to meet the artists who will be joining us.
This year, artists attending include:
Secret Serpents (Justin McNeal)
Scan the QR code with your smart phone for Facebook event details, or click this link for more.
Mission Masonic Center 2668 Mission Street, San Francisco