Honeymoon Harvest Poster Release

The Moonalice Honeymoon Harvest Poster Release

According to Moonalice legend, the harmonious period when the farmer reaps the benefits from the fruits of her labor is known as the honeymoon harvest! We’ve harvested a sweet selection of art that is carefully packaged up and ready to send your way. Choose your favorite varieties today!

Freshly Picked

R004 › 8/27/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CAAugust 27, 2014
Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Doobie Decibel System poster by Alexandra Fischer






M746 › 9/10/14 Union Square Live, San Francisco, CASeptember 10, 2014
Union Square Live, San Francisco, CA
Moonalice poster by Dennis Loren






R5 › 9/11/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CASeptember 11, 2014
Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Doobie Decibel System poster by Carolyn Ferris






M747 › 9/13/14 HopMonk Tavern, Novato, CASeptember 13, 2014
Hopmonk Tavern, Novato, CA
Moonalice poster by Carolyn Ferris






M748 › 9/14/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CASeptember 14, 2014
Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Moonalice poster by Lee Conklin






M749 › 9/18/14 Fenix Live, San Rafael, CASeptember 18, 2014
Fenix Live, San Rafael, CA
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer






M750 › 9/19/14 KZFR presents Lost on Main, Chico, CASeptember 19, 2014
KZFR presents Lost on Main, Chico, CA
Moonalice poster by Darrin Brenner






M751 › 9/26/14 Orpheum Theater, Flagstaff, AZSeptember 26, 2014
Orpheum Theater, Flagstaff, AZ
Moonalice poster by John Mavroudis





M752 › 9/27/14 The Hut, Tucson, AZSeptember 27, 2014
The Hut, Tucson, AZ
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer






M753 › 9/28/14 Cactus Jack's Ahwatukee Tavern, Phoenix, AZSeptember 28, 2014
Cactus Jack’s Ahwatukee Tavern, Phoenix, AZ
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw






Heirloom Crop

10/7/07 Moonalice poster by David SingerOctober 7, 2007
Hardly Strictly Blue­grass Fes­ti­val
Golden Gate Park, San Fran­cisco, CA
Moonalice poster by David Singer





10/10/08 Moonalice poster by Chuck SperryOctober 10, 2008
Nar­row Cen­ter for the Arts, Fall River, MA
Moonalice poster by Chuck Sperry






2/17/10 Moonalice poster by Chris ShawFeburary 17, 2010
Trac­tor Tav­ern, Seat­tle, WA
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw





10/22/11 Moonalice poster by Alexandra FischerOctober 22, 2011
WAMM Music Fes­ti­val, Santa Cruz, CA
Poster by Alexandra Fischer






11/5/11 Moonalice poster by Dave HunterNovember 5, 2011
19 Broad­way, Fair­fax, CA
Moonalice poster by Dave Hunter






6/21/12 Moonalice poster by Dennis LarkinsJune 21, 2012
Summer Concert Series, Moraga, CA
Moonalice poster by Dennis Larkins






9/16/12 Moonalice poster by David SingerSeptember 16, 2012
Sweet­wa­ter Music Hall, Mill Val­ley, CA
Moonalice poster by David Singer






10/7/12 Moonalice poster by Stanley MouseOctober 7, 2012
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA
Moonalice poster by Stanley Mouse






10/24/12 Moonalice poster by Pat & George SargentOctober 24, 2012
The Stone Church, Newmarket, NH
Moonalice poster by Pat & George Sargent






10/24/13 Moonalice poster by Gary HoustonOctober 24, 2013
Alhambra Theatre, Portland, OR
Moonalice poster by Gary Houston






Moonalice Artists Attending TRPS Festival of Rock Posters in San Francisco on Saturday October 25, 2014

TRPS Festival or Rock Posters poster by Lauren Yurkovich

The Rock Poster Society presents it’s annual event Festival of Rock Posters on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Held at the San Francisco County Fair Building (also known as the Hall of Flowers), this is a must for fans of concert posters!

Attendees will find everything from vintage psychedelic treasures to modern silkscreen rock posters, and of course Moonalice posters! Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet the artists behind the poster, and get your favorites signed by them too.

This event runs from 10:00am to 6:00pm and admission will vary depending on the time you arrive, after 3:00pm the event is FREE. Complete list of artists and vendors attending at TRPS.org or join the event on Facebook for more information.

Fall 2104 Festival of Rock Posters list by Carolyn Ferris

Attending Moonalice
Artists Include:

Alexandra Fischer
Carolyn Ferris
Chris Shaw
Chuck Sperry
Dave Hunter
David Singer
Gary Houston
John Seabury
Lauren Yurkovich
Lee Conklin
Stanley Mouse
Wes Wilson









County Fair Building 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco

9-30-14 Doobie Decibel System, Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA poster by Dennis Loren

R006 › 9/30/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA

September 30, 2014 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Doobie Decibel System poster by Dennis Loren

Dennis Loren designed a classic for Music Heals on Tuesday, September 30 at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA. This benefit for the children of Haiti includes performances by Doobie Decibel System,  Mark Karan, and Grateful Bluegrass Boys featuring Aaron Redner with Lebo, Dan Hicks, Jason Crosby, Reed Mathis, Grahame Lesh, Sunshine Becker & More.



Watch this show now at Moonalice.com.

Roger McNamee performs more than 100 shows a year in the band Moonalice, where he is the lead vocalist and plays bass and guitar. In Moonalice Roger pioneered the use of social media in music, inventing such applications as Twittercast concerts, Moonalice radio on Twitter, live MoonTunes TM (streaming video) concerts, and the Moonalice Couch Tour TM. The band’s website (Moonalice.com) enables fans to listen to any song or show and to watch every concert on a smartphone without an app. Moonalice is renowned for the quality of poster art associated with the band. Moonalice’s single, “It’s 4:20 Somewhere” has been downloaded more than 3 million times.

9-28-14 Cactus Jack’s, Phoenix, AZ poster by Chris Shaw

M753 › 9/28/14 Cactus Jack's Ahwatukee Tavern, Phoenix, AZ

September 28, 2014 Cactus Jack’s, Phoenix AZ
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw

According to Moonalice legend, tonight’s poster by Chris Shaw depicts the original cactus jack … six-pointed suguaro that was the original Arizona version of the children’s game. Have you seen one of these before? I thought not. The Arizona game of cactus jacks quickly found a market in Phoenix — they used the 19th century equivalent of Kickstarter — but it ultimately got blown out by the non-prickly European game known as knucklebones. It happened so fast, it was as if cactus jacks never existed. But here we are tonight. Living proof that Cactus Jack’s lives on.



Watch this show now at Moonalice.com.