Over thirty years after their inception playing in the smoky clubs of London, the Rolling Stones embarked on a massive world tour to promote their newest album, Bridges to Babylon. This was the largest tour in the band's history, and while the Stones played a lot of material off their new record, they also dipped into old, crowd pleasing favorites. For their Oakland Coliseum stop of the tour, heavyweights Pearl Jam opened, and the poster that promoted this epic event was stamped with striking Carnival imagery. Duel monkeys, a juggling clown, and other surreal images drenched in muted yellows, reds, and oranges comprise quite a memorable poster by veteran artist Randy Chavez.
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