Poster fans won’t want to miss Moonalice’s 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim’s in San Francisco this Sunday! This event will include an exhibit of all 696 posters in the Moonalice series next to Slim’s in the Warren Hellman Exhibit Center. Everyone present will recieve a set of 18 posters (pictured below) as a gift from the band! There will be three silk screen posters created by Chuck Sperry, Gary Houston, and Alex Fischer available for purchase!
For Moonalice, 4/20 is the highest of high holidays and Moonalice’s Barry Sless, Pete Sears, John Molo and Roger McNamee will include special guest David Nelson to mark the occasion. Wavy Gravy and Big Steve Parish will emcee and opening act includes Jason Crosby & Friends (Dan ‘Lebo’ Leowitz, Jay Lane, and Chris Crosby).
Lots of bunnies (big and small) can be expected, as can treats galore and an Easter egg hunt with prizes including tickets to BottleRock for Friday & Saturday (the two days that Moonalice is performing, event continues on Sunday), plus tons of Moonalice schwag including; poster art books, CD packs, t-shirts, sweatshirts, ashtrays, rolling papers and so much more!
General admission to Moonalice’s 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim’s is $4.20 ($29.15 with dinner).
Fun begins: 4:00pm
Slim’s 333 11th Street, San Francisco
A heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who came out to support the art community at the Festival of Rock Posters. It was great to see old friends and make some new ones too. We hope to do it again next year. Until then, enjoy these pictures.
Photos by Ron Schaeffer
Photos by Loretta Baraona
Our big event of the year, the TRPS Festival of Rock Posters, is set to go on Saturday October 19th. We’ll be back at the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco for the biggest poster event of its kind anywhere, and this is shaping up to be another great show with a stellar lineup of poster artists and dealers.
For a long time we’ve discussed the idea of revamping our show admission protocols to reward current TRPS members and encourage more people to join. This year we’re making it happen, and here’s how it’s going to work.
10:00 – 11:00 Admission 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 by renewing or joining 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 on our website www.trps.org. We’ve even got two new TRPS t-shirt designs to offer for the first time (by Alex Fischer and Art Chantry), and you can pick one as a membership premium.
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, heck just come later when things have settled down a bit and get in for nothing. Hey, can’t beat that. Bring your friends and family!
The Hall of Flowers (Old County Fair Building) is just inside Golden Gate Park at the corner of Ninth and Lincoln in SF. Show hours are 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. Mark down Saturday October 19th, 2013 on your calendar. For any poster collector or fan, this is the one show you don’t want to miss.
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Artists & Vendors Lineup
Amazing Adventures – Sal Dicheira
Classicposters.com – Mike Storeim
EMEK of EmekStudios
Frank Alan Bella
Laserium at Chabot Space & Science Museum
Reggie Williams – Straight Theater
SecretSerpents.com – Alan Forbes, Junko Mizuno, Justin McNeal
Shane Edward Grogg
Tea Lautrec Litho
(note: Hall of Flowers has been renamed the San Francisco County Fair Building.)
A special Thank You to everyone who came out to make Rock Art By The Bay 2013 a success! We hope everyone who attended had fun meeting the artists and also added some great art to the collection. It was fun to see everyone come together to support the arts.
If you missed this FREE event, we hope you enjoy these pictures and hope to see you soon!
Photo Credit: Ron Schaffer
Photo Credit: Kris Mikkelson & Clara Bellino