Bill Graham personally oversaw the preparation of the venue in New Delhi for the '88 Amnesty tour stop. Graham reacted strongly when he read in the local papers that the tour was coming to the city to celebrate that newspaper's anniversary, and quickly took over media management. The stage was constructed without the use of power tools, and there was considerable wrangling over the use of the stadium field. Police were prepared to be brutal, and Graham had to intervene for a youth who tried to jump the stage. There was humor, however; in the huge crowd, Graham ran into a few Deadheads from the States, in New Delhi attending medical school. This poster made clear that Peter Gabriel was performing on behalf of Amnesty International.
By the 1980s, multiple-night concerts at smaller, single venues were giving way to giant arena shows, and event tickets began to reflect the change from up-close-and-personal to binoculars-advised. Concert tickets from the beginning of this period still sported background colors, band icons or small, familiar symbols on their faces and were computer generated, standard in size and included the all-important seat and row number data. By the end of the decade, much of the special imagery had disappeared. Although these tickets may be less flashy, they are mementos of some of the greatest shows in rock, punk rock and heavy metal history.
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