The year was 1994—a good time for music, and an especially good time for music in Seattle. Indie bands were playing, and people actually wanted to hear them; national and global acts were touring and actually wanted to stop in Seattle and THE place to play was the Moe or more formally, Mo'Roc'N Café. The design celebrates the long lost Club Moe with it's vintage clown logo which might seem a bit odd, but was right at home with the venue's eclectic interior design. Featuring plenty of cracks, chips and fade, Mo'Roc'N Café tee looks like you snagged it back in the day at a Mudhoney show or something.
Tags: 90s, vintage, distressed, grungy, grunge
No design flaw here! Built in 1975, the Hartford Civic Center seated 10,507 for hockey, and served as the home of the (then) New England Whalers. In the early morning on January 18, 1978, the weight of the snow from a heavy storm coupled with a faulty roof design caused the Civic Center roof to collapse. There were no injuries. The building was heavily renovated and re-opened January 1980. In December 2007, the Center was renamed when the arena's naming rights were sold to XL Group insurance company.
Tags: hartford-ct, nostalgic, concert-venue, whalers, connecticut