Signed Tupac Shakur concert ticket sells for more than $9K

The ticket received nine bids

A signed concert ticket by Tupac Shakur from January 1992, just two months after the release of his debut album, 2Pacalypse Now, sold last night (Thurs, Jan 25th) at Nate D. Sanders Auctions for $9,583. Bidding for the ticket began at $1,250 and received nine bids for the rare piece of music memorabilia.

The ticket, signed on the verso in blue ballpoint, bears Tupac’s unmistakable signature and the inscription, ”PEACE 2U 2PAC.” This unique artifact captures a moment in time when Tupac was on the brink of stardom, and the autograph reflects the artist’s iconic message of peace.

The concert ticket is for the Digital Underground show on January 31, 1992, at the Warfield in San Francisco. Digital Underground played a pivotal role in launching Tupac’s career, making this ticket a significant and sought-after collector’s item for fans and enthusiasts alike.

The auction presented a rare opportunity for collectors to own a tangible piece of Tupac Shakur’s early career and legacy. The signed concert ticket served as a nostalgic reminder of the artist’s influence and impact on the world of hip-hop.

Buddy Iahn
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