Original 1st printing 8&1/2 x 11" double-sided concert/event flyer and 14&1/4 x 3&7/8" unpeeled bumper sticker for the (1st Annual) Seattle Pop Festival, held at Gold Creek park in Woodinville, WA from 7/25-27/1969.
Designer unknown (probably John Moehring), flyer lists appearances by Crome Syrcus, Bo Diddley, the Flying Burrito Brothers (with Gram Parsons), Ten Years After, the Guess Who, Murray Roman, Santana, the Youngbloods, Tim Buckley, It's A Beautiful Day, the Byrds, Floating Bridge, Charles Lloyd, Albert Collins, the Flock, Ike & Tina Turner, Bo Diddley, Lonnie Mack, Chicago (Transit Authority), Chuck Berry, Blacksnake, Spirit, Vanilla Fudge, Lee Michaels, Led Zeppelin and the Doors. The sticker has similar typeface, along with a hand-rendered portrait of Charles Lloyd and "Music, Love & Peace" in stylized script.
Thin flat stock flyer is in decent/used (B/B-) condition; a series of semi flattened horizontal/vertical folds, with a 2" split and a bit of fraying along the vertical seam, right beneath "July 27", along with a moderate amount of corner wear in the top right corner tip, pin holes, light toning, a few tiny edge tears, tape pulls/glue residue on the reverse... this one definitely has aged a bit.
The thick vellum stock sticker (unpeeled, with the original wax-paper backing) has a series of hard vertical stress bends, surface wear, edge toning and other minor bits of wear, but is still in decent shape.
REALLY cool pair of ORIGINAL Seattle Pop items, all in one package. Here's a real nice-sounding soundboard recording of the Flying Burrito Brothers set;