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Concert posters

 Subject
Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Scope Note: Includes posters for orchestra, solo instrument, ensemble, vocalist, and other musical performances.

Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:

National Bank Orientation 87, Fri 6 Mar., 1987-03-06

 Item — Poster 75: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90075
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on March 6th. Includes a pixellated pink, purple & white close-up photograph of an electric guitar. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Billy Bragg, Nick Smith, Overdream, + $4. U.C.R: Womens Action Theatre. Ngaio Marsh: Tin Tin & The Blue Oranges. Amphitheatre: Meltdown Compilation. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-03-06

National Bank Orientation 87, Fri 27 Feb., 1987-02-27

 Item — Poster 74: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90074
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on February 27th. Includes a pixellated black & white close-up photograph of a piano being played. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Ahika, All Fall Down, Dolphins. Ilam Cafe: Luke Hurley. L.C.R: Shona Laing. Ngaio Marsh: King Kong. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-02-27

National Bank Orientation 87, Mon 2 Mar., 1987-03-02

 Item — Poster 79: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90079
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on March 2nd. Includes a pixellated orange & white close-up photograph of a drum kit. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Dread Beat & Blood, Aotearoa, Kiwi Zoo. U.C.R: Canterbury Percussion Ensemble. Ngaio Marsh: Fitzcarraldo. Amphitheatre: Outsiders, The Moon. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-03-02

National Bank Orientation 87, Sat 28 Feb., 1987-02-28

 Item — Poster 77: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90077
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on Febraury 28th. Includes a pixellated blue & white close-up photograph of businessmen in suits. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Peking Man, Verve. U.C.R: Guss Dance. L.C.R: Disco. Ngaio Marsh: Before Stonewall. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-02-28

National Bank Orientation 87, Sun 1 Mar., 1987-03-01

 Item — Poster 76: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90076
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on March 6th. Includes a pixellated green & red close-up photograph of an electric guitar. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: The Bats, Paras, The Rue. U.C.R: Jo Charles. Ilam Cafe: Jonathan Harper & Co. Ngaio Marsh: Te Kani Kani o te Rangitahi. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-03-01

National Bank Orientation 87, Tues 3 Mar., 1987-03-03

 Item — Poster 78: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90078
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on March 3rd. Includes a pixellated purple, pink & white close-up photograph of a microphone. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Everything That Flies, Ebony Sye, Cassandras Ears. U.C.R: The Corbetts. Ngaio Marsh: King Pin. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-03-03

National Bank Orientation 87, Wed 4 Mar., 1987-03-04

 Item — Poster 73: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90073
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising 1987 UCSA Orientation festival performances on March 4th. Includes a pixellated blue & white close-up photograph of a saxophone. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Backdoor Blues Band, Big Elvis. U.C.R: Fun Time Team. Ngaio Marsh: Always For Pleasure. Amphitheatre: Formal opening, The Greens. One Orientation ticket per person. One I.D. per couple.' Also includes the National Bank logo and the Rheineck logo (twice).

Dates: 1987-03-04

New Ticket, dance-concert., [19??]-06-01/[19??]-06-10

 Item — Poster 449: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90449
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a tour of New Ticket. Includes a drawing of two human-like figures with animal legs, and an eye in the centre of a bullseye. Also includes the texts: 'Foot-stomping, floor-shaking rock. Dunedin Fri, 1 June. Ch.Ch. Sat 2 June. Well Tues 5. Palm.N. Wed 6. Hamilton Thurs 7. Auck Sunday 10.' Also includes the signature: C. Grosz.

Dates: [19??]-06-01/[19??]-06-10

New Zealand Music Awards 1985., 1985-11-11

 Item — Poster 406: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90406
Scope and Contents note Award presentations New Zealand. dc:description: Poster advertising the 1985 New Zealand Music Awards. Includes airbrushed illustrations of various musical instruments, including: an electric guitar, a saxaphone, a trumpet, a violin, a cello, a clarinet, a drum, a french horn, a piano, vinyl records, along with a map of New Zealand and musical notation. Also includes the text: 'Mockers, Patea Maori Club, Narcs, Netherworld Dancing Toys, D.D. Smash, Jacqui Fitzgerald, Debbie Harwood, Sneaky...
Dates: 1985-11-11

Noxious Cult of Cthulhu present Buster, Stephen, Cyclops, 3D's. Savoy - 7.30 Sunday 27th Aug., [1989]-08-27

 Item — Poster 17: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90017
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a Dunedin concert by rock bands Buster, Stephen, Cyclops and the 3D's. Includes a hand-drawn picture depicting various monsters and other horror-themed imagery, along with an image of H.P.Lovecraft and a headstone reading 'H.P.Lovecraft 1890-1937'. Also includes the text: 'Admission by ticket only, available for $6.00 from Records Records & Echo Records. Formal attire.'

Dates: [1989]-08-27

Number Nine, A Stinch in Time at the Cricketers April 30., 1987-02-26/1987-04-30

 Item — Poster 264: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90264
Scope and Contents note Double sided poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock bands Number Nine, The Primates and Skank Attack. Includes a woodcut style border design. Also includes the text: 'The Primates, Skank Attack, 7pm'. The reverse side is a programme for the official opening ceremony of the State Services Commission Building. The programme includes a schedule of events for the evening, a black & white photograph of a model of the building along with some details about the building, and is dated...
Dates: 1987-02-26/1987-04-30

Orientation '82 presents: Hop, Daggy & the Dickheads., 1982-02-28

 Item — Poster 103: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90103
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a 1982 Orientation concert by New Zealand rock group Daggy and the Dickheads. Includes a caricature of Ronald Reagan dressed as a cowboy and riding a horse. Also includes the texts: 'Student Union Hall. Non-Card Holders $3. Orientation '82 is sponsored by the Bank of New Zealand'. Also includes the BNZ logo, and the words: 'Bank of New Zealand: Here when you need us'.

dc:publisher: New Zealand Students Arts Council. ****?

Dates: 1982-02-28

Orientation 88: Feb 26., 1988-02-26

 Item — Poster 49: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90049
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Orientation Festival concert at the University of Canterbury on February 26, 1988. Includes a drawing of a gramaphone. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Cassandras Ears, Putty In Her Ears, The Laundrettes. Ilam Cafe: Phoebe Gray. U.C. Room: Stop That Train, Out Of The Compost. L.C. Room: Disco. Doors open 7.30. One ticket per person. One ID per couple.' Also includes a DB Draught Beer logo, and the words: 'The Great Kiwi Beer'.

Dates: 1988-02-26

Orientation 88: Feb 27., 1988-02-27

 Item — Poster 51: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90051
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising February 28, 1988 Orientation concert at the University of Canterbury. Includes a drawing of a stereo and loudspeakers. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: Ahika, Ardijah. Ilam Cafe: Anita Martens. U.C Room: Lesbian / Gay Dance. L.C. Room: Disco. Doors open 7.30. One ticket per person. One ID per couple'. Also includes a Rheineck logo.

Dates: 1988-02-27

Orientation 88: Feb 28., 1988-02-28

 Item — Poster 50: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90050
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Orientation concert at the University of Canterbury on February 28, 1988. Includes a drawing of a stereo and loudspeakers. Also includes the texts: 'Ballroom: The Camelias, Bailter Space, The Bats. Ilam Cafe: Skin Darlings. U.C. Room: Wax Tadpole, Bill Direen. L.C. Room: Disco. Doors open 7.30. One ticket per person. One ID per couple'. Also includes a DB Draught Beer logo, and the words: 'The Great Kiwi Beer'.

Dates: 1988-02-28

Orientation '88: Feb 29., 1988-02-29

 Item — Poster 97: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90097
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Orientation Festival concert at the University of Canterbury on February 29th, 1988. Includes a drawing of a man playing keyboards. Also includes the texts: 'U.C. Room: Jay Clarkson, Mudflat Houserockers. Ballroom: Genie and the Wild Children, Snapper Jean Paul Sartre. Ilam Café: Nigel Mitchell. L.C. Room: Disco. Doors open 7.30. One Ticket per person, one ID per couple. Also includes the Rheineck logo.

Dates: 1988-02-29

Orientation '88: Mar 1., 1988-03-01

 Item — Poster 98: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90098
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Orientation Festival concert at the University of Canterbury on March 1st, 1988. Includes a drawing of a man dancing. Also includes the texts: 'U.C. Room: Girl Next Door, Neil Jones + Greg Dwyer. Ballroom: Prodigies, Dead Famous People, The Warratahs. Ilam Café: Random Selection. L.C. Room: Disco. Doors open 7.30. One Ticket per person, one ID per couple. Also includes the Rheineck logo.

Dates: 1988-03-01

Orientation '88: Mar 2., 1988-03-02

 Item — Poster 99: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90099
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Orientation Festival concert at the University of Canterbury on March 2nd, 1988. Includes a drawing of a woman playing electric guitar. Also includes the texts: 'U.C. Room: Progressive Smokehouse, Smokey Dive. Ballroom: I and I, Kaihana, Aotearoa . Ilam Café: Anita Martens. L.C. Room: Disco. Doors open 7.30. One Ticket per person, one ID per couple. Also includes the DB Draught logo and the words: 'The Great Kiwi Beer'.

Dates: 1988-03-02

'Ourselves Alone' : A record-releasing tour!

 Item — Poster 123: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90123
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an album release tour by New Zealand folk band Ourselves Alone. Includes a green & white photograph of the band. Also includes the texts: 'Gig-, Film-, Forum-. With the assistance of NZ Railways'.

Dates: 1977 - 1992

Ourselves Alone - An evening of Irish rebel music old and new, [1986]

 Item
Identifier: ocot052
Scope and Contents

Poster advertising a concert by the New Zealand-Irish band Ourselves Alone, billed as 'An evening of Irish rebel music old and new'. White background with a Celtic-design border and a green map of Ireland in the centre. No details of venue or date.

Dates: [1986]

Pearl Fishers., 1986-04-22/1986-04-28

 Item — Poster 553: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90553
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a series of Wellington performances of Georges Bizet's play 'The Pearl Fishers'. Includes a drawing of a red flower, a Chinese statue and four Chinese fishing boats. Also includes the texts: 'State Opera House, April 22, 23, 24, 26, 28. All performances at 8.00pm. Book at the State Opera House. Starring Christopher Doig, Paul Neal, Roger Wilson, Jenny Wollermen, Gaye Carrington Smith. The Wellington City Opera Chorus, The Wellington Regional Orchestra. Director: Raymond...
Dates: 1986-04-22/1986-04-28

Peter and the Wolf., [1974]-08-27/[1974]-08-29

 Item — Poster 541: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90541
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising two performances for children by the German orchestra Collegium Musicum der Universität Bonn. Includes the shapes of a wolf, a boy and a bird created from fragments of musical notation. Also includes the texts: 'Mozart: five German Dances. Haydn: Two Movements from Symphony No.100. Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf (Narration by Nationwide's Ian Fraser). Christchurch Town Hall, 2pm, Tuesday 27th August. Dunedin Regent Theatre, 2pm, Thursday 29th August. Adults $1.60;...
Dates: [1974]-08-27/[1974]-08-29

Peter Garrett, Topp Twins touring March 1-7 for a nuclear free Aotearoa/NZ 1985., 1985-03-01/1985-03-07

 Item — Poster 176: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90176
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a tour by Australian rock singer and political speaker Peter Garrett, and New Zealand musicians the Topp Twins. Includes black & white photographs of Peter Garrett and the Topp Twins. Also includes the text: 'Tour organised by Peace Movement Aotearoa, with NZ University Students Assn, and NZ Students Arts Council'.

Dates: 1985-03-01/1985-03-07

[Poster advertising concerts by Shona Laing, Steve Thomas, Verlaines & Sneaky Feelings that includes a drawing taken from Alice in Wonderland], [19??]-[??]-05/[19??]-[??]-06

 Item — Poster 72: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90072
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising (orientation?) concerts. Includes a drawing of Alice and the Queen of Hearts taken from the book Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Also includes the text: 'Thurs 5 - Lunch: Facial DBX, Evening: Shona Laing / Steve Thomas (Terrace), North vs South Hop (MCR). Fri 6 - Wet Lunch, Evening: Verlaines / Sneaky Feelings.' Also includes the BNZ Logo.

Dates: [19??]-[??]-05/[19??]-[??]-06

Pretty Wicked Head and the Desperate Men and Moral Fibre., [1988]-04-22

 Item — Poster 190: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90190
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock bands Pretty Wicked Head and the Desperate Men and Moral Fibre. Includes a drawing of three-headed man. Also includes a black & white photograph of a T-shirt bearing the words 'Sex and Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll'. Also includes the texts: 'At least my rock 'n' roll can't give you AIDS. At Myross Bush Hall, Invitation only, 10pm this Friday, see Kane, 22 April'.

Dates: [1988]-04-22

Pretty Wicked Head and the Desperate Men are at the Whitehouse this Friday - 6th October, [1989]-10-06

 Item — Poster 121: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90121
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock band Pretty Wicked Head and the Desperate Men. Includes a nine-panel comic strip by Matt Groening featuring a character named Bongo.

Dates: [1989]-10-06

Pretty Wicked Head and the Desperate Men from New Zealand., [1989]-06-02/[1989]-06-03

 Item — Poster 189: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90189
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising concerts by New Zealand rock band Pretty Wicked Head and the Desperate Men. Includes a black & white photograph of the band. Also includes the texts: 'June 2 9:34 Friday, June 3 10:28 Saturday. Arts Club Seymour, San Francisco, CA. Special Guest: Punk piano player D.J. Lebowitz, Not a disc jockey. Lounge thrash. Holiday Inn Cambodia on solo piano. Twisted dog songs. Sid Vicious meets Liberace. Piano pounder dares to mix Fats Domino, Sex Pist.'

Dates: [1989]-06-02/[1989]-06-03

Rainer Brüninghaus Trio., [19??]-10-08/[19??]-10-11

 Item — Poster 595: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90595
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a New Zealand tour by West German Jazz group The Rainer Bruninghaus Trio. Also includes the texts: 'Modern jazz from West Germany. "The perfection of these three players in enchanting" Frankfurter Rundschau. The Goethe Institute in association with the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council proudly presents: Rainer Bruninghaus - Piano, Synthesiser. Hugo Read: Soprano and alto saxophones, flutes. Trilok Gurtu: Tabla, drums, percussion conga. ECM Recording artists. Auckland, Tues 8...
Dates: [19??]-10-08/[19??]-10-11

Return of the Mad Dog: Joe Cocker in concert, New Zealand tour 1977., 1977-06-19/1977-06-24

 Item — Poster 424: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90424
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a 1977 New Zealand tour by British blues/rock musician Joe Cocker. Includes a black & white image of Joe Cocker singing. Also includes the texts: 'With a nine piece band featuring Bobby Keys (Toured with Rolling Stones & Mad Dogs) Hear the Cocker classics live! Delta Lady, Space Captain, Bird On A Wire, Put Out The Light, You Are So Beautiful, With A Little Help From My Friends, Feelin' Alright. Special guest: Lea Maalfred. Hamilton - Founders Theatre - Sunday 19th...
Dates: 1977-06-19/1977-06-24

Roll Up Roll Up, [1978]

 Item
Identifier: ocot022
Scope and Contents Colour poster advertising a fund-raising concert for the Abortion Rights Committee in Wellington. Features the words 'Roll up roll up' above eight images of the same woman striking different Elvis Presley-type poses. The list of speakers and performers includes Michael Wilson (M.C.), Dr. [Erich] Geiringer, Rough Justice, Rockinghorse, Redeye and The Sharps. Text near the bottom states 'Tickets available from ARC Office 3rd floor Dolphin Bldg 296 Lambton Quay VUWSA Office NZUSA Office 32...
Dates: [1978]