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1995 Tour - All Star After Show Pass
1995 Tour - Backstage Pass (Record Company)
1995 Tour - Photo Pass
1995 Tour - Photo Pass (3)
1995 Tour - Photo Pass (Blue)
1995 Tour - Photo Pass (Red)
1995 Tour - VIP (2 - Blue)
1995 Tour - VIP (2 - Red)
1995 Tour - VIP (Roids - Blue)
1995 Tour - VIP (Roids - Red)
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Title: 1995 Tour - All Star After Show Pass
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: After Show
Notes: You may have seen this fabric pass in different colors There are several color variations, but they all share the same image.
An after the show pass entitles the person wearing it admittance to the catered banquet or party that usually follows larger concerts. If you have the bootleg video tape that Ricky Powell filmed of the Uniondale NY concert, you have seen what this type of feast looks like.

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Title: 1995 Tour - Backstage Pass (Record Company)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: Backstage Pass - Record Company
Notes: Backstage Access permitted, but no access to dressing room.

Using a design similar to the zodiac backdrop (which was seen behind the stage during the 1995 tour) this laminate depicts various sexual positions.

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Title: 1995 Tour - Photo Pass
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: Photo Pass
Notes: This pass permits photographers access to the pit during the first three songs of a concert. No flash photography allowed.

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Title: 1995 Tour - Photo Pass (3)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: Photo Pass
Notes: Like the more generic 1995 tour photo pass, this pass was granted to photo journalists wishing to get a better camera angle of the band.
Like so many other passes this one is made of fabric with an adhesive sticker backing, so that it could be slapped onto a shirt or jacket.

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Title: 1995 Tour - Photo Pass (Blue)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: Photo Pass
Notes: This pass permits photographers access to the pit during the first three songs of the concert. No flash photography allowed.

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Title: 1995 Tour - Photo Pass (Red)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: Photo Pass
Notes: This pass permits photographers access to the pit during the first three songs of the concert. No flash photography allowed.

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Title: 1995 Tour - VIP (2 - Blue)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: VIP Pass
Notes: No access to the Beastie Boys dressing room, but access to everything else.

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Title: 1995 Tour - VIP (2 - Red)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: VIP Pass
Notes: The VIP pass is a mainstay for performing artists. With friends and family located around the United States, the Beastie Boys are no exception. So, when on tour they go through many of these fabric sticker backed passes.
If you have ever wondered what it takes to get to watch a concert from either the right or left side of the stage (while on the edge of the stage), you are looking at it. A VIP passes usually permits the wearer the ability to watch the concert as up close and personal as they wish to be. If there is not a separate pass for the after show party, it may also grant the person wearing it access to that feast as well.

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Title: 1995 Tour - VIP (Roids - Blue)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: VIP Pass
Notes: Similiar to the other VIP Pass, this one features a different image on the fabric front. The difference between the two of these passes is that this pass plainly states that the wearer is a Beastie Boys VIP.
Now you may be asking yourself what the significance of that is. The Roots and JSBX were the opening acts for the Beastie Boys in 1995, so the other style of VIP passes may have or may not have been used more often by their VIPs.

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Title: 1995 Tour - VIP (Roids - Red)
Year: 1995
Country: United States
Type: VIP Pass
Notes: Similiar to the other VIP Pass, this one features a different image on the fabric front. The difference between the two of these passes is that this pass plainly states that the wearer is a Beastie Boys VIP.
Now you may be asking yourself what the significance of that is. The Roots and JSBX were the opening acts for the Beastie Boys in 1995, so the other style of VIP passes may have or may not have been used more often by their VIPs.

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