The Cult, a British rock band known for their powerful and anthemic sound, embarked on the “Ceremonial Stomp Tour” in 1991 in support of their album “Ceremony.” The album marked a departure from the band’s previous hard rock sound, incorporating elements of alternative rock and psychedelia. The “Ceremonial Stomp Tour” showcased The Cult’s dynamic stage presence, featuring performances that captured the energy and intensity of their evolving musical style. While “Ceremony” received mixed reviews at the time, the tour allowed the band to connect with fans through a series of electrifying live shows. The tour’s name, “Ceremonial Stomp,” reflects the band’s desire to create a memorable and impactful experience for their audience, making it a noteworthy chapter in The Cult’s history.
This lot is an authentic, unused Backstage pass for The Cult’s “Ceremonial Stomp Tour” in 1991. The pass is printed on card stock and is unlaminated. It is approximately 3.5″ tall by 2.25″ wide.
This pass is especially attractive because it uses a photo of a Native American child in ceremonial dress.
All passes are guaranteed original.