Enjoying some Boognish by the Bay with your friends this week, then be sure to pick up Lizzy Layne’s new poster to commemorate Ween’s San Francisco Shows. These hand-illustrated 8″x10″ digitally printed posters are a Limited Edition of 50, signed and numbered. This Print is SOLD OUT!
The first PhanArt show on the West Coast, a San PhranArt Show will be held at Mezzanine, a few blocks away from Bill Graham Arena. This show will be held on July 19th from 12-5pm and will feature more than 20 artists and vendors exhibiting a wide variety of unique and Phish inspired creations.
The doors open at 12PM with free admissions and tubes for sale.Featuring the art of The Art of Ryan Kerrigan, Super Rad Cape Co., TRiPPs Prints, Isadora Bullock, The Mockingbird Foundation, Ant Pharms Tour Pins and Designs, Fred Sutter, Level 42, Drivenpunk Glass and many more!
There is a Cash Bar for those over 21. More details can be found here
Later that night, Pink Talking Fish bring their fusion of Phish, Talking Heads and Pink Floyd to Mezzanine. Get your tickets to the show early!
PhanArt is proud to announce three PhanArt shows this summer, held in Chicago, San Francisco and Burlington.
The first show will be held on June 25th brings PhanArt to Wrigleyville and The Cubby Bear for PhanArt in Harry’s Hood. Located right across the street from Wrigley Field, this show will be held on the second day of Phish’s two-night run at Wrigley.
The first PhanArt show on the West Coast, a San PhranArt Show will be held at Mezzanine, a few blocks away from Bill Graham Arena. This show will be held on July 19th from 12-5pm.
Finally, PhanArt will head to Burlington on July 30th for a show at Metronome, above the famed Nectar’s. More details of this show will be announced in coming weeks.
Artists and vendors interested in taking part in any of these PhanArt shows can contact email@example.com for more information.
The annual fall Festival of Rock Posters show from The Rock Poster Society (TRPS) will be held Saturday, October 25 at the San Francisco County Fair Building (aka Hall of Flowers) in beautiful Golden Gate Park.
Joining TRPS this fall is Bonnie MacLean Graham, as well as The Bill Graham Foundation, making this year’s show an informal celebration and remembrance of Bill Graham.
For the first-time, AJ Masthay and Adam Pobiak will be exhibiting at TRPS, as well as many others, including: Stanley Mouse, Wes Wilson, Bonnie MacLean, Bill Graham Foundation, Paul Imagine, John Seabury, Paul Getchell, Josh Bempechat, Perry Pfeffer, Casey Castille, Emek, Mike Storeim / classicposters.com, SF Rockposters, Tea Lautrec Litho, Chuck Sperry, Lee Conklin, Chris Shaw, Alex Fischer, Lauren Yurkovich, Marq Spusta, Matt Leunig, Dave Hunter, D. King Gallery, Shane Grogg, Carolyn Ferris, Eric King, Cliff Yamasaki, Sal Dicheira / Amazing Adventures, Sherwood Donahue, Kris Mikkelson, Victor Moscoso, Randy Tuten, David Singer, Billy Perkins and Gary Houston.
The shows from 10am until 6pm, with $5 admission for TRPS members from 10am-3pm, with membership available for purchase at the entrance. Admission is free for all from 3pm-6pm.
Update: Here is video of Holly’s ‘First set’ from the performance, including a medley of Phish originals. Look for the Tahoe Tweezer set soon!
On October 27, before the first night of Phish at Bill Graham Civic Center, fans are in for a treat when Holly Bowling will perform ‘Tahoe Tweezer’ and other Phish songs on piano at Noir Lounge, only 6 blocks from BGCC.
Holly is a Suzuki Piano teacher from San Francisco who has transcribed ‘Tahoe Tweezer’ over the past year and will debut her effort in an ideal pre-show setting. Holly has also performed with Marco Benevento on a few occasions in the past year, making this a must-attend event.
Admission is free and more information can be found on the event page.