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2016 Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim's

On Wednesday, April 20, 2016, Moonalice will be hosting their annual 420 Gathering of the Tribe celebration at Slim’s in San Francisco. This spring themed event is sure to please with music by opener Doobie Decibel System Band (Jason Crosby, Roger McNamee, Pete Sears, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz & Jay Lane) and includes a special poster show highlighting the Moonalice and Doobie Decibel System series.

Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe

Poster fans will appreciate the $10 ticket price which includes a FREE set of 21 posters commemorating the event. The special set include art by: Lee Conklin, David Singer, Lauren Yurkovich, Darrin Brenner, Carolyn Ferris, Dennis Larkins, Gregg Gordon, John Mavroudis, Dennis Loren, Jason Wilson, John Seabury, Stanley Mouse, Patricia & George Sargent, Dave Hunter, Jennaé Bennett, Christopher Peterson, Wes Wilson, Winston Smith, Prairie Prince, Ron Donovan & Chris Shaw.

Many of the poster artists will be attending this event. There will also be 2 silkscreen posters available to purchase. Tickets available online, more information at moonaliceposters.com.

Directions

Slim’s 333 11th St, San Francisco

Carolyn Ferris TRPS 2015
A much appreciated “Thank you” to The ipi House for putting this video together! We hope you enjoy it as much as we did and look forward to seeing you in 2016.

From The ipi House comes a virtual tour of the recent Festival of Rock Posters held on October 24, 2015 at the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. Sponsored by The Rock Poster Society, featuring noted Artists, their works and an exclusive interview of the Hosts and Promoters, Pete and Pam Neumiller, produced for THE PAPER EYE.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The ipi House thanks all the Artists, TRPS Staff and
Patricia Stockton
Al Gomez
TRPS Board Members Pete and Pam Neumiller
Artist Wes Wilson and Daughter Shirryl
Artist Carolyn Ferris
Artist David Singer
Artist Victor Moscoso and Son Justo
Artist Stanley Mouse
Artist Lee Conklin
Artist EMEK
Tea Lautrec Litho & many others…
ipi 2015

Trips Festival 1966 Documentary

On January 22, 2016, in News, Video, by Dire Wolf

Trips Festival 1966 poster Wes Wilson

Held on January 21-23, 1966 at Longshoremen’s Hall in San Francisco, the Trips Festival featured the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Loading Zone, and more. The event handbill was designed by, who many consider the father of the ’60s rock concert poster, the legendary Wes Wilson. You can get an idea of it’s current value now at ExpressoBeans.com.

We highly recommend purchasing The Trips Festival movie by Eric Christensen, available now on DVD. www.thetripsfestival.com

Trips Festival 1966 Wes Wilson

Rock poster by Wes Wilson. AoR 2.42

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Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe promo art by Alexandra Fischer

Moonalice 420 Celebration at Slim’s on April 19, 2015

Moonalice’s Annual 420 Gathering of the Tribe celebration this year includes Doobie Decibel System opening with their first electric concert featuring Jason Crosby, Roger McNamee, Dan Lebowitz (Lebo) on guitar, Pete Sears on bass, and Jay Lane on drums. Fun begins at 4:20pm

This psychedelic spring party on 4/19/15 will include a poster exhibit, photo booth, festive magician, raffle, and many more treats! Tickets only $5.00, available here.

Every guest will receive a 19 poster set by well-known artists including: Dennis Loren, Darrin Brenner, Winston Smith, Carolyn Ferris, Gregg Gordon, Pat & George Sargent, John Mavroudis, Dennis Larkins, David Singer, John Seabury, Stanley Mouse, Lee Conklin, Lauren Yurkovich, Prairie Prince, Ron Donovan, Wes Wilson, Alexandra Fischer, Jennaé Bennett, and Chris Shaw.

Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe poster set 2015

There will also be a silkscreen concert poster by Gary Houston available for purchase.

Promo art (pictured above) by: Alexandra Fischer

More poster art at MoonalicePosters.com

Join the Tribe at Moonalice.com

Directions

Slim’s 333 11th Street, San Francisco

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