Leonard Cohen World Tour: Best Audience Gifts – Goodbye Signs At Bratislava, Vancouver, Portland, Las Vegas

Signs, Signs, Everywhere There’s Signs

This is the seventh post in the Heck Of A Guy Leonard Cohen World Tour: Best Audience Gifts series.1

Actually, there were fewer signs than one might expect at the concerts of the Leonard Cohen World Tour. Still, there were some notable examples in this category.  At least one more Heck Of A Guy post will focus on audience banners, but today’s entry features signs occasioned by the End Of The World Tour phenomenon.

Displayed In Bratislava

Banner by Eva (aka majmunka) - Photo by Albert Noonan

Displayed In Vancouver

Marie (irisMar), Leslie (Mutti), Sheila (imaginary friend)

Displayed In Portland

Sign displayed in Oakland - Shown here held by Diana Dahart (lady di) Marie Mazur (mod), Arlene Dick (bridger 15)

Displayed In Las Vegas

Liesbeth, Maarten, Marie and Albert (at work) - photo by Wijbe

  1. Leonard Cohen World Tour: Best Audience Gifts is an ongoing Heck Of A Guy series reliving some of the 2008-2010 shows by spotlighting the most interesting, oddest, most moving, funniest, most dramatic, … offerings contributed by audience members at one or more of the Leonard Cohen World Tour concerts. Previous posts include Boxing Gloves & Stethoscope At Colmar, Roses At Katowice And Nashville, Roses At Lisbon, Auckland, & Las Vegas, Bouquets At Marseille And Nimes, Green Glow Sticks At Tel Aviv and Blouses At San Jose. []

One response to “Leonard Cohen World Tour: Best Audience Gifts – Goodbye Signs At Bratislava, Vancouver, Portland, Las Vegas

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