Grateful Dead / New York City / October 22-31, 1980
Barsotti, Peter and Larkins, Dennis, “Grateful Dead / New York City / October 22-31, 1980,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed January 18, 2017, https://www.gdao.org/items/show/380098.
- A bootleg "Made In England" of the famous Grateful Dead poster that was banned by Radio City because "they thought it was bad for their image." Image features a pair of huge-scale skeletons leaning against Radio City Music Hall with a long line of people waiting in line along the block to get in down below.
- 24 x 33-7/8 in.
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