San Francisco International Pop Festival Limited Edition Poster T-shirt


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We have introduced a handling fee of £5 for returns, which will be deducted from your refund. All our shirts are printed to order, so it means we have a lot of wasted stock when we make a size exchange, or if someone orders two sizes in order to return one.
So please choose your correct size.

EU Customers please note: EU-based customers might have to pay local rate VAT on their order before delivery.
Please do not order unless you are prepared to pay the VAT
By 1968 the whole world knew that San Francisco was Freak Central. Bus tours would patrol the streets, treating the long-haired weirdoes like some sort of zoo exhibit.
Long time residents will tell you that the age of hippy idealism had already peaked, probably in late '66, early '67. However, while this may be cultural true, the fact was a lot of SF bands were just getting their wings and creating wonderful music. So this festival in Alameda Fairgrounds in Pleasanton brought together some great bands for a superb 2 days of music on 26th and 27th October 1968. As far as I can tell, no pop music was played. I love how these early events are so often called 'pop' festivals, mostly because the word 'rock' was only just getting embedded into popular culture and still not in wide use. Seems hard to believe now. As ever with such events, recollections are a little hazy due to recreational activities of a herbal kind, but it seems as though these are the bands that played, give or take a few local outfits. Lee Michaels, Buddy Miles Express, Eric Burdon & the Animals, Canned Heat, The Grass Roots, Deep Purple, Procol Harum, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Iron Butterfly, Jose Feliciano, The Chambers Brothers, Rejoice, Mad River, Johnny Rivers, Aum, Fraternity Of Man, Loading Zone, Womb. Some say Janis, The Who, Moby Grape and Jimi also played, but the pre-festival posters don't list the. That's a pretty good line-up and reports suggest the standard of music was high throughout. Many parents even brought their kids and sat in the fairgrounds grandstand chatting, while the kids got their groove on in front of the stage. Beautiful.
"Oh don't the kids look groovy, Martha? Wanna get wide with a toke on this while we lose our minds to Deep Purple?" 
"Mmm, don't mind if I do, Billie-Jo. Gotta have something in my box to cope with the PTA meeting, man." 
Many reports say how great Jose Feliciano was. I've noticed that from 68 to 70, this is a recurring report about the blind acoustic noodler. Many times he seems to have enthralled his audience with virtuoso guitar playing, but with a mellow vibe. Perhaps when you've had your mind fried by Iron Butterly playing In-A-Gadda-Da-Via for an hour, a bit of Jose brings you down softly. Over 40,000 turned up across the two days and it seems to have been a very easy-going, laid back event with none of the aggression and politics of later festivals. In fact, in general, the festivals held in the San Francisco area, down as far as Monterey, seem to have all had a good vibe to them up until the dark days of Altamont. But that was still over a year away, and the San Francisco International Pop Festival 1968 maybe showed what the future could have been.
Small 34-36 27 86-92 68
Medium 38-40 28 96-102 71
Large 42-44 29 106-112 73
XL 44-48 31 112-122 78
2XL 50-52 32 127-132 81
3XL 54-56 33 137-142 83
4XL 58-60 34 147-152 86
5XL 62-64 35 157-162 89

Returns & Exchanges

If you need to change size or colour or design, or just fancy a refund, it’s all cool. I can sort all of this out for you. 

But, as of 8th Jan 2024 we have had to introduce a handling fee of £5 for returns, which will be deducted from your refund.
All our shirts are printed to order, so it means we have a lot of wasted stock when we make a size exchange, or if someone orders two sizes in order to return one.
Please note, you will also need to pay your own return shipping. 

So before ordering - please measure your size and choose correctly -  see size chart 

When returning an item it must arrive with us in it’s original condition. Wearing it down the pub on a Friday night out, getting it covered in Guinness and setting light to it via a badly rolled reefer, then returning it on Monday, is understandable, but not allowed by the karma pixies who govern our lives. And we don't want to upset the karma pixies now, do we? 

If your item is in any way faulty then please contact me immediately, send a photo of the issue and I will get a replacement organised. For clarity, the concept of faulty does not include stains from a lamb dhansak you have spilled down yourself after consuming 8 pints of lager.  For faulty items there will be no return fee.

Before making a return, please email me with your order number, and what you want to happen - a refund, or a different size/colour/design. I can then make it happen because I am all powerful, can change my clothes in a phone box and can fire spider webs from places I didn't know I even had. Possibly.

You will always be dealing with me, Johnny, because DJTees is so small and niche that I do all admin. Don't worry, I don't bite, or at least not unless you are a sausage. I do bite sausages.

If you'd love a t-shirt but are totally skint, drop me a line and I'll see what I can do. 


We print everything to order and don't hold any stock of anything. That would be mad. Almost all orders are printed within 2 or 3 working days (this doesn't include weekends and public holidays), occasionally as long as 4 days if we have run out of a size or colour t-shirt and stock is delayed in arriving.  

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 EU CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE: EU-based customers might have to pay local rate VAT on their order before delivery.

Please do not order unless you are prepared to pay the VAT


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