Music Memorabilia Includes Rock Concert Tickets & Stubs

Collecting concert tickets and stubs is an affordable and fun hobby for  music memorabilia collectors. Keeping rock
concert tickets or the stubs preserves memories of good times, great music and a little piece of Rock N Roll History!

Reminisce with friends about all those great concert nights - and what you did or didn't do! You can also build a concert
ticket collection and design a scrapbook with photos, memorabilia or "swag" - as some call it. It can be enhanced with
custom displays that include a set list or guitar pick or backstage pass - whatever you can grab.

It's fun to remember the good times "had by all," whether it was a celebration of a personal occasion, sentimental
reasons or just a plain ol' BLOW OUT of hearing your favorite music and band live. And like other music memorabilia,
many of these vintage concert tickets and/or stubs increase in value over time.
Tips On Building A Vintage Ticket Collection

If you've already been having fun keeping your old ticket stubs, then you're probably aware that vintage concert tickets
have also become a commodity. Some of those old bands have become legends or certain concerts have become
memorable or marked by a particular event and these tickets are considered music memorabilia and increase in value.

Unused tickets are usually more valuable than stubs; but if the stub shows the band's name, venue and date, then they're
just as collectible. Condition is an important factor as well. However, it is expected that vintage tickets, especially from the
60s and 70s will show signs of wear.

Older tickets that date back to when original band members played are more valuable, such as The Who with Keith Moon
(pre-1978), Led Zeppelin with John Bonham (pre-1980) or Rolling Stones with Brian Jones (pre-1969). Festivals such as
Woodstock ('69), Monterey Pop Festival ('67), Isle of Wight Festival ('70), concerts at Knebworth House or the well-known
Bill Graham's Fillmore shows.

Tickets don't have to be from the 60s or 70s to hold value; Nirvana tickets from the 90s are appreciated as well. And, who
knows, the ticket you're now holding for an upcoming concert may someday be in demand - so, hold on to it and hold on to
the memory.
- Just The Ticket -
Ticket Stub Organizer
Vintage concert tickets that
have an image of the artist
or band on the front are
highly collectible.
The Value of Concert Tickets

Older tickets that date back to when original band members played are more valuable, such as The Who with Keith Moon
(pre-1978), Led Zeppelin with John Bonham (pre-1980) or Rolling Stones with Brian Jones (pre-1969). Festivals such as
Woodstock ('69), Monterey Pop Festival ('67), Isle of Wight Festival ('70), concerts at Knebworth House or the well-known
Bill Graham's Fillmore shows.

Tickets don't have to be from the 60s or 70s to hold value; Nirvana tickets from the 90s are appreciated as well. And, who
knows, the ticket you're now holding for an upcoming concert may someday be in demand - so, hold on to it and hold on to
the memory.
Popular Bands To Collect

A band's logo or a specific
graphic referring to that particular
tour will add to it's value.

Popular Bands To Collect -

1. The Beatles

2. Jimi Hendrix

3. The Rolling Stones

4. The Doors

5. Janis Joplin

6. Led Zeppelin

7. Pink Floyd

8. Bob Dylan

9. The Who

10. Eric Clapton

11. Queen

12. Nirvana

And personal favorites....
- Create Your Own
Cover Ticket Album -
Customize with Your Own
Rock N Roll Concert Photo
While At The Concert...

You can also acquire other rock
concert memorabilia sold at the
vendor stands. Not only is it a
memento of the concert, but may
also become a collectible
someday...and always keep your
eyes open for flying guitar picks
and drumsticks from the stage.

Elvis used to throw his scarves out
into the audience. Sometimes
finding the back door exit or
hanging by the tour bus will result
in your ticket being signed by the
artist(s).
- Concert Ticket Album -
Organize & Preserve
Concert Memories
Time to gather all those concert
ticket stubs together in one
place. Enjoy putting them
together in this Ticket Stub
Organizer and relive the music
while doing it. Better yet, put
the music on while you enjoy
finally organizing your tickets -
something you've been wanting
to do for years.
 
No matter what band or what
show, you can create your
own concert memorabilia
album -  it makes a wonderful
rock and roll music gift.
Time to take your vintage
concert tickets that you
stashed in drawers,
jewelry boxes or wherever
and arrange them in a
concert ticket album for
preservation. It'll be more
fun than you think.
Collecting Vintage Concert Tickets