Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:
Poster advertising a touring show featuring Australian rock band Itambu and New Zealand musicians Spit Enz and Lindsay Marks. Also includes the texts: 'Featuring - From Australia supporting the Rolling Stones Itambu stars of Ngaruawahia and - just for you from Auckland Split Ends, Lindsay Marks. Thursday 1st March 8pm, Cafeteria of Auck University'.
Poster advertising a 1982 Orientation concert at Canterbury University. Includes a photograph by New York photographer Diane Arbus titled 'Child with a toy hand grenade in Central Park, N.Y.C. 1962.' Also includes the texts: 'Instigators, Riot III, Desparate Measures. Ballroom 8 p.m. Wed Mar 3. 1 student I.D. required per couple plus 1 Orientation ticket per person. A4 Art'. Also includes the BNZ logo.
Poster advertising a 1982 Orientation Festival concert and Ball at Canterbury University. Includes a photograph by New York photographer Diane Arbus titled: 'A woman in a bird mask, N.Y.C. 1967'. Also includes the texts: 'Tall Dwarfs, Clean, Ballon D'Essai, Newtones, PLUS Little Lucifer Fireworks Fantastical! Ballroom 8 p.m. Sat Mar 6. 1 student I.D. required per couple plus 1 Orientation ticket per person. A4 Art'. Also includes an image of a circular piece of electronic equipment.
Poster advertising a concert by women musicians. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of QE2'.
Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock bands Aardvark and The Moon. Includes a cartoon style drawing of the moon with a face looking a man playing guitar. Also includes the texts: 'No-where to howl the night away? $4'. Also includes the signature Tony 86.
Poster advertising two concerts at the Hackney Empire Theatre, London. The concert for Sunday 22nd May features the South African group Amampondo; a photograph shows two members dancing in traditional African dress. The concert for Sunday 29th May is advertised as 'An evening with Billy Bragg plus full support'. Also gives price, venue and contact information. Black, white and red text/imagery on a white background.
Poster advertising two Auckland concerts by New Zealand rock band The Bats. Includes a drawing of a man in a large top-hat. Also includes the texts: 'Daddy's Highway album, Block of Wood single. Also available: By Night, "and here is....'Music for the Fireside..' and Made up in Blue 12" E.P.s, together on cassette as Compiletely Bats'. Also includes the Flying Nun logo, two drawings of bats and the signature RZOZ.
Poster advertising an Orientation Festival tour by New Zealand rock group The Bats. Includes a wood-cut style print of a face with pointed ears. Also includes the texts: 'Otago...Friday 27 February, Lincoln...Saturday 28 February, Canterbury...Sunday 1 March, Waikato...Thursday 5 March, Auckland....Friday 6 March, Auckland (Outdoor)...Sunday 8 March, Victoria.....Wednesday 11 March'. Also includes the Budget Rent-a-car logo.
Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand rock group Blerta. Includes a drawing of a bus with loudspeakers on the roof, and a guitar protuding from the window. Also includes a list of venues and dates of performances.
Braille Records Wellington presents: Nine musicians, in six groups, for eight nights., -06-10/-06-18
Poster advertising a tour by American rock band Canned Heat. Also includes the texts: 'Auckland Town Hall - Tuesday July 13, Wellington Town Hall - Wednesday July 14, Christchurch Town Hall - Saturday July 17, Dunedin Town Hall - Sunday July 18. Normal booking outlets - $5.80; $4.80. Produced by A.C.E. with the New Zealand Students Arts Council'. Also includes the Schweppes logo.
Poster advertising an Orientation Festival performance by New Zealand folk group The Cattlebirds. Includes a black & white drawing of a cattle skull and bottle of Jack Daniel's Whisky.
Poster advertising a performance by the Cheyenne Social Club. Includes tessellated images of a skull and crossbones in a picture frame.
Poster featuring a programme of classical music concerts in Christchurch as part of the 1979 Students' Arts Festival. Includes a number of lines of musical notation. Includes a list of dates and times of performances, and a description of performers and pieces to be performed. Also includes the texts: 'Christchurch, May 5-12 1979. New Zealand Students Arts Festival'.
Poster advertising a series of performances by Dunedin skiffle group the Weet-Bix Boys. Includes woodcut prints of mouths.
Poster advertising a concert to raise money for Cyclone Bola flood relief. Also includes the texts: 'Bounty, Kaihana, Holidaymakers, Sticks & Shanty, Cattlebirds. Town Hall 7p.m. Thurs 31st Mar. $10. All proceeds to East Coast flood relief. Bounty Promotions. 1988. Groove Corporation.
Poster advertising Daggy and the Dickheads mid-winter campus tour. Poster is orange with winged sheep patterned background, black & white photo of singer superimposed. Also includes the text: '12" E.P. Released August 1982 thru' WEA'.
Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock band Drone. Includes a black & white drawing of a power pylon.
Poster advertising two New Zealand concerts by English rock musician Elton John. Also includes the texts: 'Auckland, Western Springs Stadium, Sat: March 13th 8p.m. Wellington, Athletic Park, Wed: March 10th 8p.m. Tickets now on sale at all agencies'. Also includes the logos of Radio Hauraki, 2ZM and Air Pacific.
Poster advertising two performances by the Wellington Regional Orchestra. Includes a series of coloured stripes and the silhouettes of four people dancing. Also includes the texts: 'A Jamie Bull-Michael Smither production. Opera House, 6-7 September, 8pm. Assisted by Q.E.II Arts Council and the National Publicity Studios'.
Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand rock band Split Enz. Also includes the texts: 'Dunedin Regent Theatre - Wednesday Sept. 7th, Christchurch Town Hall - Thursday Sept. 8th, Wellington Opera House - Saturday Sept. 10th,
Palmerston Nth. Regent Theatre - Sun. Sept. 11th, Auckland Town Hall - Thursday Sept. 15th. Bookings at normal agencies. Their third sensational album - "Dizrythmia". Mushroom recording artists'. Also includes the logos of Mushroom Records and Qantas.
Poster advertising a jazz concert as part of the 1979 Students' Arts Festival in Christchurch. Also includes the texts: 'Students' Arts Festival. New Zealand Students Arts Council Inc. Christchurch May 5-12 1979. Tickets available from Student Union. Bob Bradford's Big Band, Doug Caldwell's Trio, Malcolm McNeill & His Sextet, The Bobcats. $4.75 Tickets Town Hall & Student Union. In association with the New Zealand Students Arts Council'. Also includes the logo of 3ZM.