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Backstage Pass, Elton John, Made in England Concert, 1995, Laminated

Backstage Pass, Elton John, Made in England Concert, 1995, Laminated

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  • Vintage:  1995
  • Details:  This is the backstage pass for Elton John's Made in England Concert Tour, this pass is specific to the United States part of the tour which he called "Made in England for the USA", presented by Visa Gold. The pass is actually done in a gold-foil finish that we tried to capture in the pictures but it was difficult.  The actual concert tour started on May 20th, 1995 in France.  The United States leg started in Raleigh, NC on August 4th, 1995 and ended in New York City on October 20th, 1995 in Madison Square Garden.  From there Elton continued to South America and the tour didn't end until November 25, 1995 in Rio de Janeiro.  He had played a total of 77 concerts on this tour.   This backstage pass is Unused, Pristine Condition, highly suitable for framing. 
  • Materials: Laminated plastic
  • Dimensions:  The actual pass is 4.0 inches Tall and 2.75 inches Wide.  However, including the lamination edges, the piece is: 4.75 inches Tall and almost 3.0 inches Wide
  • Condition:  Original Old Stock - Never Used.  Pristine Condition
Made in England was released in 1995 and it was the twenty-fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Elton John.  The album was dedicated to John's boyfriend and future husband David Furnish (they married on December 21, 2014).   Interestingly, the concert did very well in the USA despite the fact that only one song,  "Believe", even reached #13 in the USA music charts and was actually the only American hit from the album to reach the top 20.

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