Rolling Stones Boxing Style Concert Posters

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Louisville Memorial Auditorium 1964

Louisville, Kentucky

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: November 14, 1964
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 14"x22"
Printer: Murray Poster Company, NYC

he poster was printed by Murray poster in New York City and measures 14x22 inches. This classic boxing style tour blank was also used to advertise the Rolling Stones shows in Milwaukee, Chicago, and Sacramento. About 200 posters were printed for each gig and were hung in local establishments such as barber shops, grocery stores and department stores to advertise the upcoming concert.

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Harrisburg Farm Show

Concert Poster 1964

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: June 19, 1964
Poster: Cardboard
Printer: Murray Poster Company, NYC

The Farm Show Arena concert was the second to last performance of the Rolling Stones first U.S. tour. The concert was held on June 19, 1964. The tour supported the Rolling Stones’ first U.S. album The Rolling Stones.Murray Poster Printing Company, located in New York City, was a leading printer of rock concert posters. Though the New Haven and Harrisburg shows were only one day apart, two distinctly different posters were created by Murray posters for each show.

To see a press release on Hawley's search for the Rolling Stones 1964 Rolling Stones Farm Show Arena Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Concert Poster.

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New Haven Arena

Concert Poster 1964

New Haven, Connecticut

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: June 18, 1964
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 15"x24"
Printer: Murray Poster Company, NYC

It is hard to believe that in 1964 The Rolling Stones actually had one of their concerts cancelled due to lack of ticket sales. Yet that is exactly what happened at the New Haven Arena on June 18, 1964. The concert was to be MCe'd by the prestigious Murray The K and headlined by the Stones. But with very little exposure and a lack of interest the concert was scrapped. Keep in mind this was the Stones FIRST tour of the United States and the hit “Satisfaction” had not been released. The Stones had not yet developed a following in America. Most of the Stones concerts at this time were poorly attended and were financial disasters.

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Carnegie Hall

Concert Poster 1964

New York, New York

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: June 20, 1964
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 14"x22"
Printer: EJ Warner Poster, NYC

This Carnegie Hall poster advertises the first Rolling Stone concert in New York. This poster is an one off layout but effective due to the use of block letters, bright color and a picture of the Stones.

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Reynolds Coliseum

North Carolina State University

Concert Poster 1965

Raleigh, North Carolina

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: November 10, 1965
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 22"x33"
Printer: Globe Printing Company, Baltimore, Maryland

This a great example of a boxing style poster printed by Globe Printing. This is a larger poster compared to typical 22"x28" concert posters. This poster is unique with pictures of the band and song titles like "Satisfaction". This poster was used in at least 7 venues on the Stone's second tour of the U.S. This poster was used in Raleigh, Charlotte, and Greensboro, North Carolina, New Haven, Connecticut, Dallas and Forth Worth, Texas. The Rolling Stones played both cities on the same day. Posters were printed for both shows. The seventh city was Knoxville, Tennessee. In 1965, the Rolling Stones also played Syracuse, New York but did not use this poster.

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Civic Auditorium Coliseum

San Jose Concert Poster 1965

San Jose, California

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: December 4, 1965
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 14"x22"
Printer: Locally printed

This is a great example of a simple boxing style poster using block lettering on a bright colored cardboard. This style poster strays away from the gaudy Globe posters which were used to advertise the Rolling Stones 1965 concerts in the east coast and down south.

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Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

Concert Poster 1964

Sacramento, California

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: October 26, 1964
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 14"x22"
Printer: Murray Poster Printing Co. Inc., New York City

This 1964 Rolling Stones concert poster was printed by Murray Poster Printing Company and was used to advertise concerts in several venues including Sacramento Memorial, Auditorium, the Auditorium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the McCormick Palace in Chicago. It is a gorgeous red, white and blue poster featuring multiple images of the Stones.

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Onondaga War Memorial

Concert Poster 1965

Syracuse, New York

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Syracuse, New York

Date: October 30, 1965
Poster: Thick Cardboard
Size: 14"x22"
Printer: Murray Poster Printing Co. Inc., New York City

This Onondaga War Memorial Rolling Stones concert poster strays from the typical Globe poster used by the Stones in 1965. This poster was only used for the Syracuse Rolling Stones show. The Rolling Stones returned to Onondaga War Memorial in 1966, but a different poster image was used.

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Buffalo Memorial Auditorium

University of Buffalo

Concert Poster 1966

Buffalo, New York

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: June 28, 1966
Poster: Cardboard
Size: 14"x22"
Printer: Printed Locally

This Rolling Stones Buffalo Memorial Auditorium concert poster was a boxing style poster printed on thick cardboard. To my knowledge, this poster was an one-off design used only for the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium concert. The poster was printed locally using a promotional stock picture.

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Manning Bowl

Concert Poster 1966

Lynn, Massachusetts

$5,000 Cash For This Poster

Call 310-346-1965

Date: June 24, 1966
Poster: Thick Cardboard
Size: Approximately 12"x18"
Printer: Locally Printed

This Rolling Stones Manning Bowl concert poster used in Lynn, Massachusetts was also used for a Syracuse concert in 1966. This was a small poster 12”x18” printed on thick cardboard printed locally. This outdoor show was a disaster. People tried to force their way in and the police tear gassed the crowd. On top of that it was raining. The Manning Bowl has been razed.