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Genesis’88 | Empire Strikes Back Flyer 1989

Genesis’88 were staging a large scale event in a secret warehouse in London. Their counterparts Biology were staging an event outside of London on the same date. Genesis’88 produced a series of flyers under The Empire Strikes Back banner to promote the event. Police discovered the Genesis’88 warehouse just days before the night of the event. The promoters then teamed up with Biology for a collaborative event near a town called Meopham outside of London.

You’ll notice a change of date indicted by the white strip with new date. The original date had to be changed when the warehouse was discovered by police. Thousands of tickets were manually amended by Wayne’s family. The small white strip was stuck across the original date.

The NFT includes the flyer front and reverse where you'll find the DJ line up etc

Scanned from Wayne Anthony’s (Genesis’88 Co-Founder) Personal Scrapbook

History of Rave Culture (UK) | Acid House 1988-1989

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Rare collectibles from published author and rave pioneer Wayne Anthony. At the age of 22 Wayne was staging some of the biggest ‘illegal’ warehouse parties in British history. They called it The Second Summer of Love and it happened in the United Kingdom. The world came to know it as Rave, they called it Acid House. Under the banner of Genesis’88, Wayne and partners Andrew Pritchard & Keith Brooks, staged over forty large scale Acid House parties over a short period. Mentioned by name in over 50 published books on the topic. Wayne plans on minting his private collection of memorabilia from the events he staged between 1988-90. Original secondhand Genesis’88 flyers currently sell for upto £450 on auction sites. Own a piece of EDM history in NFT format from an original pioneer of the period.
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Genesis’88 | Empire Strikes Back Flyer 1989

Genesis’88 were staging a large scale event in a secret warehouse in London. Their counterparts Biology were staging an event outside of London on the same date. Genesis’88 produced a series of flyers under The Empire Strikes Back banner to promote the event. Police discovered the Genesis’88 warehouse just days before the night of the event. The promoters then teamed up with Biology for a collaborative event near a town called Meopham outside of London.

You’ll notice a change of date indicted by the white strip with new date. The original date had to be changed when the warehouse was discovered by police. Thousands of tickets were manually amended by Wayne’s family. The small white strip was stuck across the original date.

The NFT includes the flyer front and reverse where you'll find the DJ line up etc

Scanned from Wayne Anthony’s (Genesis’88 Co-Founder) Personal Scrapbook

History of Rave Culture (UK) | Acid House 1988-1989

vertical_splitAbout Acid House | Genesis'88 | 1988 - 1990expand_more
Rare collectibles from published author and rave pioneer Wayne Anthony. At the age of 22 Wayne was staging some of the biggest ‘illegal’ warehouse parties in British history. They called it The Second Summer of Love and it happened in the United Kingdom. The world came to know it as Rave, they called it Acid House. Under the banner of Genesis’88, Wayne and partners Andrew Pritchard & Keith Brooks, staged over forty large scale Acid House parties over a short period. Mentioned by name in over 50 published books on the topic. Wayne plans on minting his private collection of memorabilia from the events he staged between 1988-90. Original secondhand Genesis’88 flyers currently sell for upto £450 on auction sites. Own a piece of EDM history in NFT format from an original pioneer of the period.
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