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Jefferson Airplane, Shrine Exposition Hall *Near Mint 85*

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Jefferson Airplane, Shrine Exposition Hall *Near Mint 85*


This classic illustration for a Jefferson Airplane concert at the Shrine Exposition hall in Los Angeles is one of the most recognized images in concert poster art. It is John Van Hamersveld signature piece and was originally created for a February 1968 Concert that featured the Airplane with Blues Harp master Charlie Musselwhite in support.

Van Hamerveld was a founding member of Pinnacle Productions and his work is a lasting remnant from a rare period in time. The Shrine/Pinnacle shows were LA’s major contribution to the sixties live music scene and featured all of the top performers of the day, all in big time Hollywood style at the 500+ seat Shrine.

This poster is from the personal collection one of the founding partners of Pinnacle productions, has held the piece for the last 44 Years.


  • Poster – Jefferson Airplane, Shrine Exposition Hall
  • Grade – PAE Graded Near Mint 85 *( The grade of this poster is a reflection of how the poster would have been graded before the work was done.)
  • Bands/Bill- Jefferson Airplane and Charlie Musselwhite
  • Venue- Shrine Exposition Hall
  • City – San Francisco
  • Date – 2/23-24/68
  • Dimensions- 19” x 27 15/16”
  • Printing-  (OP-1) -
  • Artist – John Van Hamersveld
  • Series/ Promoter- Pinnacle Productions
  • AOR # - 3.66
  • Condition Details – This piece is linen backed. There is evidence of a few small horizontal creases from before the poster was mounted. One level with the Indian’s lips and one by his cheek.  There is also evidence of light restoration, it appears as though some color has been added but it is very hard to detect.
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