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Source List: Gig Posters

Posted by Greta Braddock on Jun 22, 2016

Craving Coachella? Bummed you missed Bonnaroo? The good news is there's still a lot of time left in the summer to hit up a music festival or two. And even if you've retired your flower crown indefinitely, you can still get some groovy vibes in your living room all year long by custom framing a classic gig poster. Concert posters are bonafide collector’s items, give a personal touch to your space by showcasing your musical taste, and look amazing framed full-bleed in our black, white, or natural gallery frames. In the spirit of the season, we rounded up a few of our favorites. Rock on.

1. Avett BrothersBoulder Theater. Boulder, Colorado. 2011.
Artist: Dan Stiles. Signed and numbered out of an edition of 200. 
17" x 24". Starting at $100.

2. Delta Spirit. Lincoln Hall. Chicago, Illinois. 2011.
Artist: Justin Santora. Signed and numbered out of an edition of 90. 18" x 24". Starting at $75.

3. Wilco. Red Butte Garden. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2008.
Artist: Satch Grimley. Handmade silkscreen poster on heavy paper. Signed and numbered out of an edition of 280. 15.5" x 32". Starting at $75.

4. Justin Townes Earle. Metro. Chicago, Illinois. 2011.
Artist: Crosshair. Silkscreen poster on medium-weight paper. Signed and numbered out of an edition of 190. 23" x 17.5". Starting at $100.

5. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Steve WinwoodRed Rocks. Morrison, Colorado. 2014.
Artist: Dan Stiles. Artist proof on #80 white cover stock. Signed and numbered out of an edition of 15. 18" x 24". Starting at $150.

6. The Wailers and Quicksilver Messenger Service. Fillmore Auditorium. San Francisco, California. 1966.
Artist: Wes Wilson. Print on vellum. 14" x 20". Starting at $1500.

7. Phish. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. Darien Center, New York. 2011.
Artist: Todd Slater. Four-color silkscreen poster on medium-weight white paper. Numbered in an edition of 650. 18" x 24". Starting at $135.

8. Andrew Bird. Hope Artiste Village Courtyard. Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 2012.
Artist: Nate Duval. Screenprint in a numbered edition of 60. 18" x 24". Starting at $30.

9. Tame Impala. Fox Theater. Oakland, California. 2014.
Artist: f2design. Four-color screenprint. 18" x 25". Starting at $40.

10. My Morning Jacket. Iroquois Ampitheater. Louisville, Kentucky. 2016.
Artist: Status Serigraph. Screenprinted by hand. Signed and numbered out of artist variant edition of 30. Starting at $75.

11. The Black Keys. The Fox Theater. Oakland, California. 2010.
Artist: Marq Spusta. Silkscreen poster on medium-weight cream paper, signed and numbered out of an edition of 280. 18" x 24". Starting at $175.

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