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Full, Unused Tickets Are Scarce!
Tickets come in different shapes, sizes and colors; from detailed beautiful artist drawings to plain computer generated tickets. Ticket collectors enjoy tickets because they are a real piece of memorabilia from a music event. They are not mass manufactured like cards.
Concert tickets are wonderful collectibles. Like show flyers, handbills, posters, programs and other rock memorabilia, vintage tickets are colorful, fun and mark musical moments in our culture.
Concert tickets, like a lot of entertainment memorabilia, have recently become more collectible. The popularity of collecting concert tickets has grown in the recent years. This is especially true of rock and roll full, unused concert tickets. Like concert posters, rock and roll concert tickets provide dated memorabilia that in most cases were not saved after the event.
At OddToes, you can expect the very best in vintage concert posters, rock t-shirts, concert ticket stubs, and much, much more. We’re going one step further now by entering the world of social media. To help spread the word out about the OddToes Twitter Account (and this blog), we’re doing a giving some of our awesome vintage rock memorabilia.
First on the list is a rare Chris Cornell posters:
Date: May 31, 2007
Performers: Chris Cornell
Venue: City Hall, Nashville, TN
Designer: Print Mafia
With Soundgarden just getting back together, along with Cornell’s solo projects, these posters are a true find (Spoonman not included). Do you want to win this poster? It’s free and it’s easy to do:
1) Follow our Twitter feed
2) Tweet this out to your followers:
“Win a rare poster of #chriscornell from #soundgarden. Follow @oddtoestweet and RT this! #freestuff http://bit.ly/pFADmx”
That’s all you have to do! If we gain 75 new followers from this by August 19, we’ll pick one new follower at random as the winner of the poster. If we gain 150 new followers from this, we’ll pick TWO winners, each getting a copy of the poster.
Don’t get Down On The Upside — get on your Twitter account and win that Chris Cornell poster! And in the meantime, check out all the other awesome vintage concert posters and music memorabilia at OddToes.com.