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Madonna “Who’s That Girl” 1987 World Tour JacketGo Back
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From Legendary Concert Promoter Richard “Dick” Klotzman’s Private Estate, presented here is a rarely seen Madonna 1987 official world tour concert jacket from her famous “Who’s that Girl” concert tour. A black cotton motorcycle style jacket with an Andy Warhol inspired Campbell soup can and “U Dance” embroidered on the back. This custom jacket has Madonna 87′ embroidered on the left sleeve in nice bright colored stitching . On the back of the jacket has a large Andy Warhol inspired color embroidered Campbell’s Chicken Noodle soup can and U-Dance stitching with the individual letters in bright muti vibrant colors. The jacket is a size large, 29″ in length , 26″ shoulder to shoulder , 21 1/2″ sleeve. The cloth tattoo clothing label sewn in the collar. This amazing vintage collectible has the original Madonna V.I.P and all access areas back stage and tour passes that accompany this jacket. You never see these tour jackets come up for sale.
Richard “Dick” Klotzman dominated the World of Live Personal Appearances for 50 years promoting and producing concerts for the greatest artists In Entertainment History. His client list included The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Madonna, Prince, Michael Jackson , Led Zeppelin, Public Enemy among the many other clients too long to list in this summary. No one has had a greater impact on the development of contemporary music concert planning and promotion throughout North America than Dick Klotzman.