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    Miles Davis/Thelonious Monk/Muhammad Ali Watts Summer Festival Concert Poster (1967). Extremely Rare. Window card printed on card stock in boxing style for the Festival in California on Aug 20-21. The poster lists a long lineup of musical acts including
    "Miles Davis, Thelonias [sic] Monk, Jimmy Smith, Gerald Wilson and Gene "Jug" Ammons", as well as "Mahammad [sic] Ali". Printed by "Green's Show Print...Los Angeles". Measures approximately 14" x 22". In Very Good Plus condition with very slight loss to upper left corner, general wear to corners, light toning.

    The Watts Summer Festival is an annual celebration of black heritage which takes place every year during the anniversary of the 1965 Watts Riots. This poster from 1967 features Muhammad Ali, who was the Grand Marshal that year.

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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