Pink Floyd Posters - April-July 1977

Pink Floyd
North American Tour
April-July 1977
Posters & Handbills

by Vernon Fitch

© copyright Vernon Fitch / The Pink Floyd Archives


This section of the Pink Floyd Poster Gallery documents Pink Floyd posters and handbills from the 1977 Pink Floyd North American Tour, April through July 1977.
Ads from magazines and newspapers are not included.

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April-July 1977
Posters & Handbills

Pink Floyd

  1. April 1977

    1. Houston, Texas handbill, April 30, 1977

  2. May 1977

    1. Oakland Coliseum, California, May 9-10, 1977
      1. Poster
      2. Poster 2nd printing
      3. Wolfgang's Vault 2006 reprint
      4. Wolfgang's Vault 2018 reprint
      5. Georgia 2018 reprint
      6. Advertising poster

  3. June 1977

    1. County Stadium, Milwaukee poster, June 15, 1977
    2. Soldier Field, Chicago poster, June 19, 1977

  4. July 1977

    1. Olympic Stadium, Montreal, July 6, 1977
      1. Poster
      2. Poster print #2
      3. Poster print #3
      4. Poster print #4
      5. Poster print #5
      6. Alternate poster


April 1977


Houston, Texas handbill
April 30, 1977

1a) Houston, Texas handbill
Date & Venue: Jeppesen Stadium, Houston, Texas, April 30, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Handbill Size: 10 31/32 x 8
PT: .0041
Notes: A handbill for the Pink Floyd concert at Jeppesen Stadium in Houston, Texas on April 30, 1977.


May 1977


Oakland Coliseum poster
May 9-10, 1977

2a1) Oakland Coliseum poster
Date & Venue: Alameda Coliseum, Oakland, California, May 9-10, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Poster Artist: Randy Tuten
Poster Size: 27 x 19
PT: .0103"
Printing Information: Offset lithograph.
Notes: Original poster for the Pink Floyd concerts at Alameda Coliseum in Oakland, California on May 9-10, 1977 with grayish clouds.
Randy Tuten, the artist who created the poster, said this about the poster:
"This was designed to look like a travel poster from the 40's or 50's. Like the Floyd were arriving in San Francisco. I was pleased how it came out and has become a quite famous poster. Both the original & second printing are [the same size] and the only way to tell which is to have them together. The only thing different about them is the clouds. The original there is more gray-ish, the second printing there is more blue-ish. But you can only tell when you look at them together."
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2a2) Poster 2nd printing:

Poster Artist: Randy Tuten
Poster Size: 27 x 19
PT: .0103"
Notes: A second printing of the poster for the Pink Floyd concerts at Alameda Coliseum in Oakland, California on May 9-10, 1977 with bluish clouds.
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2a3) Wolfgang's Vault 2006 reprint:

Poster Artist: Randy Tuten
Poster Size: 32 7/16 x 22 1/2"
PT: .0095"
Notes: An authorized reprint done in 2006 by the Bill Graham Archives, LLC. Limited print run of 1000 copies. This reprint has the words "Wolfgang's Vault" printed in the lower right corner.
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2a4) Wolfgang's Vault 2018 reprint:

Poster Artist: Randy Tuten
Poster Size: 32 x 21 17/32"
PT: .0093"
Notes An authorized reprint done in 2018 by Wolfgang's Vault. Limited print run of 500 copies. Printed on glossy stock with the word "Wolfgang's" printed in the lower right corner.
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2a5) Georgia 2018 reprint:

Poster Artist: Randy Tuten
Poster Size: 18 x 12 1/32
PT: .0117
Notes A 2018 unauthorized reprint. Heavy cream colored paper. Black outline with cream border around the outside. Origin: Augusta, Georgia.



Oakland Coliseum advertising poster
May 9-10, 1977

2a5) Alameda Coliseum, Oakland advertising poster
Date & Venue: Alameda Coliseum, Oakland, California, May 9-10, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Poster Artist: Randy Tuten
Poster Size: 16 7/8 x 11 5/16
PT: .0092
Notes: An alternate poster for the Pink Floyd concerts at Alameda Coliseum in Oakland, California on May 9-10, 1977.
Randy Tuten, the artist who created this poster, said that this was "the advertising poster. Bill didn't want to give the color one away to ticket outlets. Too expensive. So they printed [this poster] for that and newspaper ads."


June 1977


County Stadium, Milwaukee poster
June 15, 1977

3a) County Stadium, Milwaukee poster
Date & Venue: County Stadium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 15, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Notes: A small poster for the Pink Floyd concert at County Stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 15, 1977.



Soldier Field, Chicago poster
June 19, 1977

3b) Soldier Field, Chicago poster
Date & Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, June 19, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Poster Size: 21 9/16 x 17
PT: .0096
Notes: A poster for the Pink Floyd concert at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois on June 19, 1977.


July 1977


Olympic Stadium, Montreal poster
July 6, 1977

4a1) Olympic Stadium, Montreal poster
Date & Venue: Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 6, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Poster Size: 53" x 38"
Notes: A poster for the Pink Floyd concert at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on July 6, 1977.
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The following three prints are of unknown authenticity:
4a2) Poster print #2:

Poster Size: 36 x 24 1/8
PT: .0039
Notes: The top pink border is wider than on the previous printing.
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4a3) Poster print #3:

Poster Size: 36 7/16 x 24 1/8
PT: .0045
Notes: The top pink border is narrower than on the previous prinitng.
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4a4) Poster print #4:

Notes: A print of the Montreal 1977 poster with a white border around the outside.
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4a5) Poster print #5:

Poster Size: 18 x 12 1/16
PT: .0112
Notes: A reprint of the Montreal 1977 poster with a white border around the outside. Source: Augusta, Georgia 2018.



Olympic Stadium, Montreal alternate poster
July 6, 1977

4a5) Olympic Stadium, Montreal alternate poster
Date & Venue: Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 6, 1977
Bands: Pink Floyd
Poster Size: 23" x 13
Notes: An alternate poster for the Pink Floyd Montreal 1977 show. This poster has a white background and "Dans la peau" as the title. There is no date or ticket information on the poster. Instead there are pictures of the Pink Floyd albums Wish You Were Here, and Animals. It is not known whether this was printed before or after the concert.