W.A.S.P.’s “The Headless Children Tour” in 1989 was a significant moment in the band’s career and the heavy metal genre. Led by the enigmatic frontman Blackie Lawless, W.A.S.P. embarked on this tour to promote their album “The Headless Children.” This album marked a departure from their earlier shock rock image and showcased a more mature and socially conscious sound, featuring songs like “Mean Man” and “The Real Me.” The tour saw the band performing across the world and included elaborate stage productions and theatrical elements, characteristic of W.A.S.P.’s live performances.
This lot is an authentic, unused Guest Aftershow Pass for W.A.S.P.’s “Headless Children Tour” in 1989. The pass is a satin sticker with a peelable backing. It is approximately 3.75″ tall by 3.5″ wide.
All passes are guaranteed original and have the security back printing of the company that produced them.