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On a great triple bill the Yardbirds, Traffic and Blue Cheer shared the stage for the Doc Nemo's Mind Blowing Concert #1. The concert took place on April 25th, 1968 at the Palace Theatre. This was one of the last concerts Jimmy Page played with the Yardbirds before forming Led Zeppelin two months later.

The Palace Theatre is a located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, part of Playhouse Square. The theater was opened on November 6, 1922, seating 3,100. Used for vaudeville acts until the 1950's it was subsequently transformed for the presentation of widescreen Cinerama, which required the removal of 1,800 seats. On July 20, 1969 the theater shut down because of air-conditioning trouble, and remained closed because of financial difficulty. It re-opened in 1973 with cabaret shows playing there. In 1978, the theater was added to the National Register of Historic Places, along with the rest of the Playhouse Square group.

This beautiful high quality print by the original artist, Bear, comes directly from the artists studio where it was produced for this classic Cleveland area concert.The framed size is 16" X 22" in dimension and is in brand new, mint condition. This poster has been professionally matted, mounted, and framed and is a great piece of art for any media room, rec room, office, or den.

Note: Colors may vary slightly in photos

Yardbirds / Traffic / Blue Cheer 1968 Framed Cleveland Concert Poster