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A very colourful poster advertising a show featuring Pink Floyd playing at Westfield College, in Hampstead, North London on May 3rd 1968, supported by Grand Union.

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A rare poster advertising a concert by Pink Floyd playing at the Liverpool Empire on Sunday 15th February 1970.

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This poster advertising the 2nd Annual 'British Rock Meeting' Open Air Festival, in May 1972 which was due to take place in Mannheim, West Germany. But after protests from the locals, the concert actually took place in nearby Germersheim as this poster states. This poster was hastily created, with a red coloured background instead of the original blue (which can be found on my other Ebay auctions). A few more big names were added to the final line up, and what an absolutely fantastic line up it was!!!!!!!.......PINK FLOYD, THE DOORS, THE KINKS, ROD STEWART AND THE FACES, HUMBLE PIE, FAMILY, RORY GALLAGHER, STATUS QUO, ATOMIC ROOSTER, OSIBISA, THE STRAWBS, CURVED AIR, NAZARETH, SAVOY BROWN, BRINSLEY SCHWARZ, BUDDY MILES and to the final line up the organisers added URIAH HEEP, LINDISFARNE and SPENCER DAVIS.

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This poster advertising the 2nd Annual 'British Rock Meeting' Open Air Festival, in May 1972 which was due to take place in Mannheim, West Germany as this poster states. But after protests from the locals, the concert actually took place in nearby Germersheim. A new poster was hastily created, with a red coloured background instead of the blue shown here. A few more big names were added to the final line up, and what an absolutely fantastic line up it was!!!!!!!.......PINK FLOYD, THE DOORS, THE KINKS, ROD STEWART AND THE FACES, HUMBLE PIE, FAMILY, RORY GALLAGHER, STATUS QUO, ATOMIC ROOSTER, OSIBISA, THE STRAWBS, CURVED AIR, NAZARETH, SAVOY BROWN, BRINSLEY SCHWARZ, BUDDY MILES and to the final line up the organisers added URIAH HEEP, LINDISFARNE and SPENCER DAVIS. The re-created (red) poster can be seen on the left.

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This poster advertises Pink Floyd playing at an 'All Night Garden Party' at the Queens Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire, UK, in 1967. The bands line up for this show was Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Rick Wright, and Roger Waters, and was the year they released their classic album, 'Piper At The Gates Of Dawn'. They were supported by Ivans Jaguars, The Roll Movement, The Screen, The J.B.'s, The Peighton Checks, The Syndicate, and Roger Blooms Hammer. The MC for the show was Radio One DJ, Dave Cash.

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A great poster advertising shows featuring Pink Floyd and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers playing at the Floral Hall in Southport in May 1967. Bands also mentioned on the bill include The Hurgs, and Big Sleep.

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A brilliant poster from 1967 from a show featuring an amazing line up!! The show took place in the "Tulip Bulb Auction Hall" which was basically a cow shed, in Spalding, Lincolnshire on Spring Bank Holiday Monday, May 29th 1967. The bands playing that day were The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cream featuring Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, Zoot Money and his Big Roll Band, The Move, and local band Sounds Force Five. All of this for an entrance fee of just £1.00!!!

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A great poster advertising a show featuring Pink Floyd playing at the Town Hall in Torquay on the 31st July, 1967. The support was by Gravy Train.

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A wonderful poster advertising a concert by Pink Floyd playing at the Birdcage Club in Portsmouth on Saturday April 1st 1967. The band at that time included Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Rick Wright.

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In 1966 the underground newspaper The International Times, staged its' now legendary launch party at The Roundhouse. The event took place on 15 October of that year and became London's first ever all-night rave. Yoko Ono provided the art installation and guests included Paul McCartney and Jane Asher, Marianne Faithful, Monica Vitti and Antonioni.

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In June 1967, Pink Floyd made an appearance at the Rolls Royce Ball at the Locarno in Derby, UK. This poster has a wonderful misspelling of the bands name as Floydd!!
Support for this gig was by The Paperback Edition and Thorndyke Mordikai's Imagination (another misspelling). Admission, 50 pence!!
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A great poster advertising Pink Floyd playing 2 shows at the Lewes Town Hall, Lewes, East Sussex, UK in January 1968. The bands line up for these 2 shows was Dave Gilmour, Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Rick Wright, and Roger Waters. They were supported that day by Grannys Intentions, and Johnny Fine and the Ramblers.

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A rare Pink Floyd poster from 1969 when the band played at the Students Union at Dunelm House in Durham City on Thursday 20th March. They were supported by Doctor K's Blues Band, and admission for the gig was 12/6, which is sixty two and half pence today!!.

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