- Anything Underlined is a Link to a picture of that item.
- Backstage Passes can be defined with the words “All Access.” If it has those words on it, it’s an official Backstage Pass, as opposed to a Front Stage Pass.
- Starting in 1999/2000 or so, Psychopathic started using sticker/cloth passes, that were only used for one date, which was stamped on the bottom. We will attempt to list these as best we can, although they are harder to come across, yet not nearly as valuable to the collector. Along with ones specifically for each tour, they have been using Psychopathic Records ones, stamped with the local date. These come in different colors, for those keeping track.
- Much like some of our other Misc. Merch, values for Backstage Passes are VERY difficult. For the people that collect them, they are worth quite a lot more than to others. So basically, we’re not pinning down any prices. The best we can tell you.. is that on average, passes (not the local cloth/sticker deals) go for about $50. The older you get (pre-AJB, I would say) they tend to get a tad more valuable, and they steadily increase. There is a patch around the Jokers Gallery era where it seems there are a lot of passes in the market, so value there may dip. But you get pre-those, and you’re steadily increasing value at a rapid pace. It also depends on how many are out there, and if a certain collectors needs the certain pass. As with everything, it’s up to the buyer and seller to determine what something is worth to them.
There were also a few in the “Backstage Passes For Your Asses” lot at the Gathering 2000 that we do not have a clear picture of, nor do we know what they are for, for certain. One is a “Dog Beats” era pass with just a Hatchetman and All Access on it. You can find pictures for the Auction on our Auction 2000 page. Although we may have pictures of some of these soon, so stay tuned.
- Ringmaster Tour
Comments: Passes back in this time frame
forsure were not very high quality, as this is just a laminated print used
in early 1994 for their Midwest Tour to support the Ringmaster Album.
- Carnival Clown Show
Comments: Continuing with the beautiful
quality of passes, we have the Carnival Clown show, at the Ritz in Roseville,
Michigan, on May 28, 1994. Also notice that this pass is double sided, which
is not common in this era. This pass is fairly rare, with not many at all
floating around the trading world.
- Terror Wheel Show
Comments: Still not the best quality,
but at least they started to steer away from it looking so ghetto. This was
used for the big Terror Wheel show at St Andrews, in Detroit, on July 23rd
of 1994, where Terror Wheel was first sold, and Project Born performed as
a Psychopathic artists for one of the first times.
- Back To School Jam
Comments: The Back to School Jam invaded
the Toledo Sports Arena with Outkast and Coolio, among others, including Detroit’s
own Insane Clown Posse. This was a pretty big deal, as it got them a little
more exposure to a more national/popular audience.
- Hallowicked 1994>
Comments: This oversized pass was used
at the very first Hallowicked show at the Majestic Theater in Detroit, on
October 29th, 1994. It signifies the start of one of Psychopathic’s biggest
and best traditions.
- Mental Warp Show
Comments: ICP kept moving on up to bigger
venues (and bigger passes) with each big show, and the Mental Warp show was
no exception. On April 7th and 8th of 1995, they invaded the Ritz in Roseville
with a classic show. This was also the set of shows where the Fat Sweaty Betty
tapes were given away. Also of note, there were seperate
passes for each night. These are considerably rarer than the main pass,
and to find them both in a pair is very difficult.
- Joker’s Gallery Show
Comments:Again, bumping to a bigger and
better venue in Detroit, on July 7th, 1995, the Joker’s Gallery Show could
well have been the pivotal show in ICP’s history. Playing their biggest local
venue to date, to kick off their first national tour to promote their new
CD on a national label. This was also the first time that the face of the
Riddle Box was shown. Quite the landmark show, indeed. Also, the pass itself
became a little more professional quality.
- Pie In Your F#@king Face Tour
Comments: This mostly Midwest Tour was
the last before the RiddleBox was available to everyone, and it stretched
to the end of 1995. Again, notice how the pass itself is becoming better quality.
- Hallowicked Clown Show (1995)
Comments: The tradition continues. It
moved to Royal Oak, and expanded to two nights, but Hallowicked is Hallowicked,
although the “tye-dye” look always baffles me. I believe these are the shows
that got Psychopathic banned from Royal Oak until new ownership took over
- Howl From Beyond Tour – Flint,
MIComments:This is widely considered a
part of the “Howl From Beyond Tour,” although there are flyers for the show
the next night in Toledo that label it as still being the “Pie in Your F#@king
Face” Tour. Regardless, this tour featured Onyx and Das Efx, and this pass
was used for the December 16th show in Flint, Michigan.
- Howl From Beyond Tour –
Comments: As the last pass, this was used
during the Howl From Beyond Tour. This stop was in Detroit, on December 22,
1995. These two passes show, assumingly, that there were individual passes
for each show, and not an overall “tour” pass, although that could be out
- Freak Show TourComments:In the spring of 1996, ICP went
on a massive blitz of shows across the country, as well as a dozen instores
in the state of Michigan alone. Also called the “Traveling Freak Show Tour,”
this tour hit many cities, and concluded in May of 1996.
- Prom Night MassacreComments:During the Freak Show Tour of
1996, there was a two-night stop in Detroit on April 19th and 20th. These
became, unquestionably, two of the most unique shows Psychopathic ever put
on, as the Prom Night Massacre was born. People came in tuxes and prom dresses;
they arrived in limos; it was some crazy shit. If only they would do this
again.. regardless, this pass was for these two shows. You also have to love
the touch of putting “Chaperone” on the pass.
- 3rd Annual Hallowicked Clown Show
Versions: 1) Hallowicked
– Detroit2) Hallowicked
96 TourComments:The Hallowicked tradition expanded
yet again, planning to hit up 9 cities across the country for 11 big shows,
and ending with two big shows at the Palladium in Roseville, Michigan on Devils
Night and Halloween. Well, as you will read for the next pass, that didn’t
exactly happen as planned. However, this tour brings us a pass just for the
Detroit dates, and one for the entire tour.
- Resurrection TourComments:Well, at the second Toledo show
during the Hallowicked Tour of 1996, Violent J jumped off a set of speakers
and no one caught him. He broke is collarbone in a few places, and the remaining
5 shows (Columbus, Cleveland, Kalamazoo, and Detroit) were postponed/cancelled.
I know that the Kzoo show got moved to December 6th, while the 2 Detroit shows
became one show on December 14th, in the FREEZING rain and cold. I don’t know
if the Ohio shows got postponed or cancelled, or if other random cities were
thrown in, but it was labeled the Resurrection Tour, and this was the pass
used for it.
- Omen Tour
Comments: Going through April and May
of 1997, this was the biggest tour ICP had embarked on in a while, and it
was the last before The Great Milenko would be released. You may also notice
the last pass, this one, and the next one to some extent being of the extra
shitty quality. I was told that they often forget to get passes made, and
Psychopathic employee Frank G would often just print up something on the computer,
and take it to Kinkos to get laminated the day they were leaving.
- Omen Tour – Flint, MIComments:On April 29th and 30th of 1997,
ICP, DAS EFX and Onyx played the Metropolis in lovely Flint, MI. The promoters
of the show has special backstage passes for those shows for some reason.
Each pass is unique, as on the bottom of each, it has the organization the
person worked for, and their name.
- All Up In Your Face YourComments:You know the deal with Disney
and the Great Milenko. The original Great Milenko Tour was cancelled, and
when Island released its version, the All Up In Your Face Tour was the first
to promote the new CD, along with multiple instore appearances. The Tour started
in August of 1997 and went strong almost to the end of the year, even going
across the pond to Europe.
- Hallowicked Clown Show 1997Comments:Hallowicked of the year 1997
came back to its simple roots, with just two shows in Toledo and Detroit,
and a special show at 1am after the hometown gig.
- House of Horrors TourComments:Not wasting time at all, ICP,
along with Psycho Realm, Myzery and Twiztid, jumped right into the House of
Horrors Tour, which went from the beginning of 1998 until April, when the
Minneapolis show was cancelled, and the tour ended. This would be the last
tour for a little bit for Psychopathic.
- HOH Tour – Feb. 11; Kansas
City, KansasComments:I am not sure why this stop
had different passes than the rest of the tour. Perhaps these were just for
local workers, or whatever… who knows? All I know is that ICP, Psyco Realm,
and Myzery played at Memorial Hall in KC on February 11th, and they had this
- Dynamo Open Air 1998Comments:You may recall back in 1998,
ICP went overseas to promote the Great Milenko album. Well, the Dynamo Open
Air Festival was one of their stops, and it ran from May 29th to the 31st
in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. It also featured international recording artsis
like the Deftones, Hatebreed, Incubus, Fu Manchu, Coal Chamber, Limp Bizkit,
the Misfits, and many more. There is also a short audio interview clip with
ICP that circulated around this time, and it was conducted… yup, at this
festival. This pass was included in the Backstage Passes Lot at the Gathering
- Rock Am Ring 1998Comments:I officially have no idea what
the fuck this is. As far as I can tell, it’s some sort of festival or concert
series that occurs every year in Germany. And… I assume ICP played there
in the summer of 1998. As with the Dynamo pass above, this pass was also in
the Backstage Passes lot at the Auctions of the 2000 Gathering of the Juggalos.
If you have any more information on this show, let us know.
- Mostasteless Release
PartyComments:August 2nd, 1998, Psychopathic
put on a free concert at St Andrews Hall for 700 fans to celebrate the release
of Twiztid’s first Cd, Mostasteless. This would be their first longer live
set as Twiztid (they were only doing 2 or 3 songs on the last tour), and they
were joined by ICP for a few tracks. The pass says that Rukkus and Harms Way
also played, but I am not sure they were there, if anyone gave a shit, etc.
- Juggalo Funhouse Tour
Comments: KMK, Twiztid, and the Phunk
Junkees jumped on this Fall of 1998 tour with ICP. Also notice that the quality
of the passes have been pretty decent, until this one. Now, this tour ran
right up to the Hallowicked 98 Tour, so I am not sure if that had its own
pass, or if these were used.
- 103.9’s PartypaloozaComments:Party Radio 103.9 presented
Partypalooza, featuring ICP, Cypress Hill, the Phunk Junkees, Blue Flannel
and ‘Twisted.’ Twiztid can never catch a break with people spelling their
name right. Anyways, with my powers of deduction, I think this was a stop
on the Juggalo Funhouse Tour in September of 1998, but what the hell do I
know? If you know, hit us up with the info.
- Amazing Jeckel Brothers TourVersions: 1) AJB
Comments: AJB dropped in the summer of
1999, and as usual, a massive tour of instores and concerts came to be, with
openers Twiztid, Coal Chamber (until they got kicked off), and Biohazard.
You may also note that this pass is double sided, and probably the best quality
pass to date.
- Woodstock 1999
Comments: Peace, love, and riots. ICP
joined national acts like Metallica, Kid Rock, and Korn in this epic event.
Now, as you can see, “ICP” was written on the back of the pass in the picture.
I can only assume that each act was given a certain amount of passes, and
their names were on the back. If so, you don’t need an ICP one… you can
have one with Sugar Ray, Sheryl Crow, or Moby in your collection… I won’t
tell anyone. You may also notice that the pass just says it is for Friday,
July 23rd. I assume that means each band could only be there on their day.
- Wicked Clowns From Outer
Comments: ICP and Twiztid took this tour
to small venues across the country for the last quarter of 1999, and well
into 2000. This tour had the 3 Hallowicked dates in Detroit as a part of it,
so one can only assume that these passes were used, and no special Hallowicked
Passes were made. The pass has the same image on both sides, and you may also
notice the silver corner like that of some of the Frontstage Passes. However,
these were just made by the same company, and these are legitimate Backstage
Passes, as shown by the “All Access”
- 101X Christmas Carnival
Comments: Another random “radio festival”
shows that ICP and Twiztid performed on, as well as System of a Down, Lit,
and Stroke 9. Trouble is, I am unsure of really whene and where this show
was. As far as I can narrow down, it was part of the WCFOS Tour which landed
in Texas in December of 1999. If you have any info on this particular show,
let us know!
- JCW TourVersions: 1) JCW
Comments: After the successful JCW taping
in Detroit, Psychopathic put it out on tour in April and May of 2000. Again,
notice the silver tag in the corner of the pass, but remember that this was
an official Backstage pass.
- Gathering of the Juggalos 2000Versions: 1) Level
Comments:The Gathering came to the Novi
Expo Center in July of 2000, and it brought with it four Levels of Passes.
Basically, the higher the level, the more access you have to different areas.
The Level 4 was regarded as a Artist Only pass, as it allowed you everywhere.
On the back of each was a map of the venue, and it showed where each level
was allowed. There are also two “Winner” passes, which were won in the auction,
and allowed the windners to go backstage, and even onstage.
- Hallowicked 2000
Comments: Well, the quality of this pass
took a step backwards from the previous handful. But, it is still the first
true Hallowicked pass (that is known) since 1997.
- Bizzar Bizaar Tour
Comments: On Halloween, Bizzar Bizaar
came out, and soon after, the tour to support it spanned the country from
coast to coast. This tour also started a trend of people having cloth/sticker
passes for backstage entry. These were only good for one show, the one stamped
on the bottom obviously, and I suppose they were probably used for local people,
as to not allow passes to float around for the entire tour.
- Twiztid’s Freek Show Tour
Versions: 1) 1st
Comments: In late 2000, Twiztid went on
tour with Blaze and rock group Relative Ash to support the Freek Show album.
Notice the color difference between the 2 legs.
- Gathering of the Juggalos 2001Versions: 1) Level
2 Winner4) Level
Comments:Another Gathering, another set
of passes. The Level 1s were pretty useless, as they just got you in the doors
early, and without waiting in line. All of the Dot Com booth people got them.
Level 3 was Green, for those caring, and again we have a Winners Pass, but
I totally forget what that was for. It may have been for winning some of the
seminar contests and such. If you recall, please let us know.
- Hatchet Rising TourVersions: 1) HRT
Comments:The Hatchet Rising Tour kicked
off in the fall of 2001 with ICP, Twiztid, Blaze, and Dark Lotus all sharing
the massive bill. Now, At first, I thought that the cloth/sticker deal was
the only form of pass for this tour, although the classic Laminate style popped
up, so they must have been used also. Hallowicked 2001 was in the middle of
the tour, and at the show, I noticed crew wearing the HRT Pass. So.. I do
not believe there was a special pass for Hallowicked, but I can not be certain.
- Twiztid’s Mirror Mirror Tour
Comments: Twiztid, Blaze, Anybody Killa
(and Zug Izland on certain dates) took off for the Mirror Mirror tour in March
of 2002. These passes were used, obviously. Now, there are a few fakes that
float around eBay… so be careful of what you pick up. While there could
be other variations that are legit, we KNOW that this one is.
- Mirror Mirror Street Team
Comments: As the Mirror Mirror Tour hit
each city, a few people from each town were designated Street Teamersm helping
to hand out samplers, flyers, and posters around the city. They all got a
Street Team jacket and this pass to get them into the night’s (and any other,
I can presume) show. While that would put them at not “rare” in number, many
people don’t want to get rid of them.
- Gathering of the Juggalos 2002Versions: 1) Red
“May Not Escort”2) Blue
Comments:In Peoria in 2002, the Gathering
may have grown, but the number of types of passes dwindled. We have two here.
The Red one basically gets you in and around. That was given to press, friends,
girls who were blowing everyone backstage, etc. It was also in the Mystery
Box at the Auctions. The Blue ones were for more “important” people, and allowed
them to bring groupies, I mean… up to 4 people at a time in with them.
- Zug Izland “All Access”
Comments: I’m not real sure where this
goes in the grand order, but this is my best guess. Zug didn’t have any long-lasting
tours, but when they did a show or two, crew had these passes. Now, I know
Zug played at the Gathering 2002 above, and Hallowicked below.. and I’m pretty
sure they had some dates in between (like their show at Freedom Hill), so
that would fit right here. I do recall seeing them on their tour with Dope,
but that wasn’t until 2003. Regardless, here it is.
- Insane Clown Posse’s
Haunted House Tour 2002
Comments: ICP set off on a Haunted House
Tour right before The Wraith dropped. I’m not quite sure what they would need
a backstage pass for in a Haunted House, I guess for the Haunted Backstage?
- Hallowicked 2002
Comments: The 9th Annual Hallowicked spanned
both the 30th and 31st of October in the year 2002. The Royal Oak Music Theater
saw Zug Izland, Blaze, and ICP the first night, with ABK, Twiztid, and ICP
the second night. Truely a unique year, with a unique little pass. While not
the same quality as most of the newer ones, it is still thick and glossy/laminated.
- Diamonds Raining Tour
Comments: ICP, Esham, and ABK kicked off
this small late-2002 tour in the Midwest as a little preview for the Wraith
tour. And with a tour comes… a pass. Only being a few shows, in theory,
there are probably less of these floating around.
- Jam For Jewell
Comments: On December 8, 2002, there was
a show at the Emerald Theater to benefit Lavel’s sick daughter Jewell. Twiztid
performed as the main act that night.
- ICP: Shangri-La TourComments:The Wraith: Shangri-La Tour
kicked off in the ’03 with Anybody Killa and 2 Live Crew opening up. You have
the “regular” version above, as well as two “Sticker” versions – Blue
and Red. They usually change
colors for levels every night with the stickers, so you may see Blue VIPs
and so on.
- Blaze/OutlawzTourComments:In February/March of 2003, Blaze
went out with The Outlawz for a little tour, giving Ya Dead Homie a taste
of the spotlight. He killed it, as I am sure you know, and with it came this
stellar, doulble sided pass. Very nice if I do say so myself.
- Acid Rain TourComments:Esham and Zug Izland jumped
on a quick tour in April of 2003 called the Acid Rain Tour. Jumpsteady also
performed at the first show in Detroit.
- Take Me Home Tour 2003Comments:In May of 2003, Blaze and Esham
embarked on tour with Bone, and thus comes this pass. Note that they had a
pass for each night of the tour, as the date for the specific show is printed
right there. These are not the highest quality passes ever made, so be aware
of that fact. They also had All
Access Passes with no dates, that were good for the whole tour, obviously,
but those were only for select Psy. crew.
- Twiztid’s “Month of Mayhem”
TourComments:This tour was set to go off
during May-June of 2003, but got cancelled. However, everything always has
a way of getting out, and this pass was going to be used. For a good while,
these were pretty rare. Then TwiztidShop.com decided to sell some. I don’t
know exactly how many were available, but they went fast. So, there are a
few more out there to be had.
- Gathering 2003Comments:The Gathering of 2003 brought
us outside for a lovely weekend in July, just outside of Cleveland. This year,
we only get one pass, as there weren’t that many places that were “exclusive.”
Regardless, there seemed to be a lot of them out there, so these may be some
of the most plentiful passes of recent memory.
- The Green Book TourVersions: 1) Green
Book Tour2) Green
Book Tour: Chapter 2Comments:After releasing the Green Book
in 2003, Twiztid went out on tour. Included in this tour were the FrightFest
2003 shows, which had their own distinct pass. Anyways, the pass for the first
leg was something like that of the poster. The Second Leg we have a picture
of, because for some weird reason, TwiztidShop.com decided to sell them in
February of 2004. I am not sure on exactly how many were sold, but they went
fast, so there are some out there for everyone to own, and they are 100% legitimate
- Wicked WonkaComments:During the fall of 2003, ICP
took KMK, Bone, and Tech N9ne out on tour, and as always, we get a nice little
backstage pass here. Killah Priest was originally on the tour and word has
it some passes with
his likeness got out but I’m not sure how many. Also, Hallowicked was the
last show of this tour, so there is no official Hallowicked pass for the ’03.
- Xmas Party 2003/Psy. VIPComments:Well, there is an exception
to every rule, and an item in every PT Section that doesn’t really fit. These
passes were given to all of the winners of the Bootlegged Goes Gold contest,
which turned into the Xmas Party 2003. These large stickers were worn by these
lucky winners… who got no VIP treatment. They got it sit in a special section
(which got over-run by everyone else), and they did not get backstage. Regardless…
I had the picture, so I figured it needed to be put somewhere.
- Dark Lotus’ “Black Rain Tour”Versions: 1) Black
Rain Tour2) Black
Rain Tour: LocalComments:In 2004, Dark Lotus went out
on tour in 2004, and the black rain was falling all over the place. The tour
got cut short, but we’ll forget about that. Anyways, like most tours, we get
the regular passes and the local one-time deals.
- Gathering 2004Versions: 1) GOTJ
All AccessComments:For the first time since it’s
creation the Gathering was held in the same place as the year before, of course
this being the Crystal Forest in Ohio. This year we had individually numbered
passes so each could be traced back to it’s owner incase someone showed up
backstage who shouldn’t be there.
- Hells Pit TourComments:ICP hit the road in the fall
of 2004 along with ABK, Esham and Mack 10 for the last ever tour for a jokers
card which of course was Hells Pit Tour. Of course with a tour we get the
- FrightFest 2004Comments:Twiztid took their Halloween
acts out on the road for a second year, along with Blaze, and a special HOK
performance. Per usual, you get a pass. Well, not everyone got a pass, but
we, the community, got one.
- Twiztid’s Mystery Show
2005Comments:Twiztid like to surprise everyone
with a Mystery show every year and this was the pass they used for backstage.
- Psychopathic All
Stars Tour Comments:Taking place in Spring 2005
this was a pretty big deal of a tour. Taking 4 of Psychopathics acts all out
on the same time led to some good shows. Unfortunatly only one person out
of them all still tours with the label but thats fine. This was the pass that
got that lucky person backstage.
- Gathering 2005Versions: 1) GOTJ
All Access2) GOTJ
VIPComments:For the third year in a row
the Gathering was held at Crystal Forest in Ohio and this was the pass that
got you everywhere. This was the first year that the multiple pass madness
really began. They started giving out passes based on the reason you were
there, which adds up quickly.
- Twiztid’s Man’s Myth TourComments:In August of 2006 Twiztid went
on a nationwide tour in support of there Man’s Myth And Mutant Albums, taking
along ABK, The ROC and PDM. This was the All Access pass that got you everywhere.
2005 TourComments:In the Fall of 2005 ICP took
along PDM, Vanilla Ice and AMB on a short Hallowicked tour and this is what
got you backstage. Now I can only assume there was just one pass used for
the whole tour plus the actual Detroit Hallowicked show but if thats not the
case let us know.
- Fright Fest 2005Comments:A couple days before Halloween
Twiztid along with Blaze, The ROC and Wolfpac hit the stage in MA for the
ever popular Fright Fest Show. The pass features a Friday The 13th-esque image
that many enjoyed. Props to The ROC for doing the Sabu Point.
- Fuck the Fuck off Tour Comments:Leading up to GOTJ06, Shaggy
embarked on his first solo tour and huzzah, here is a new pass.
- Twiztid’s Guillotine
Tour Comments:Spring/Summer of 2006 and Twiztid
hit the road with Bobaflex, Potluck and AMB on a couple dates. Like always
the powers that be grace us with a All Access Pass. As a tidbit somewhere
near the end of the tour Monoxide was out with tooth problems so Blaze filled
in for him for a couple shows.
- Gathering Of The Juggalos 2006Versions: 1) GOTJ
All Access2) GOTJ
CrewComments:The 2006 Gathering took place
at The Frontier Ranch in Pataskala, Ohio, with lots of mud and rain and 2
new backstage passes.
- Blaze’s Tombstone Terror
Tour Comments:Finally in August 2006 Blaze
gets to headline his own nation wide tour alongside Boondox and AMB. Like
most items affiliated with Blaze, this pass is hot.
- Hallowicked 2006 Tour Versions: 1) All
06 Tour LocalComments:A first for Hallowicked, the
event was stretched out to a whole tour from late September until the ultra
holy October 31st night. The tour featured Boondox, Subnoize Souljaz and Wolfpac,
with the Halloween show featuring special guests Twiztid and Tech N9ne. The
pass is double sided with Shaggula on one side and Franken
J on the other.
- The Tempest Release
Party Tour Comments:Before The Tempest dropped
in March 07 ICP took Boondox, Wolfpac, Dead By Wednesday and all the stars
of JCW out to these partys to promote the record. ICP didn’t perform but I
know you had a hell of a time anyways. With the tour we get the pass that
grants you all access BYATCH!
- The Tempest TourComments:This pass was used in the Spring
of 2007 when ICP went out on the road to promote The Tempest record and took
along Twiztid marking the first time in almost 6 years that the two groups
toured exclusively with each other.
- Gathering Of The Juggalos 2007Versions: 1) Crew2) Artist3) Band4) Wrestler5) Sunday
OnlyComments:Gathering 2007, Cave-In-Rock
Illinois, Population: You. Of course with the great Gathering we get the great
Gathering passes and this year we got a number of different ones. First we
get the all mighty Crew and I can only assume this got you everywhere. Next
we got the Artist pass which I figure was given out to the main stage performers.
Also there was a good number of bands/groups performing on the lower stages
and each got there own pass to impress the chicks with. The wrestlers who
peformed for JCW and Bloodymania also got to flaunt with there own pass. Also
popping up was a “Sunday Only” pass for ICP which is weird as I’m curious
if theres other passes out there for the other days. If you know more then
we do hit us up.
- Hallowicked 2007
TourComments:Although not as long as the
previous year, ICP once again took the Hallowicked show out on a tour in October
2007 dragging along Necro, Boondox and Motown Rage for the festivities.
- Toxic TerrorComments:Twiztid took to the road in
this tour with openers like Project Born, Bizarre, and the Psychopathic Mouth
of the South, Boondox.
- Opaque Brotherhood TourComments:Opacity basically means it’s
time for the Season of the Lotus to be upon us once again. Those of us that
went to the Lotus show the night before Hatchet Attacks got a sneak preview
of this tour.
- Gathering of the Juggalos 2008Versions: 1) All
Access2) Crew3) Band4) WrestlerComments:Another year, another fantastic
Gathering of the Juggalos. Once again, we have reoughly 8-12 different passes.
If you have unscarred pics, send em on in.
- Shock Therapy TourComments:Right on the heels of GOTJ
08 comes this banger of a tour. Featuring Blaze, ABK, Boondox, and AMB, this
tour had something for everyone.
- Hallowicked 2008 TourComments:This was a very short 4 date Hallowicked tour, 4 dates
in fact. We have no pictures of a pass for this tour, and some have said they
used the Shock Therapy passes for a tour or 2, but if you have info, send
- End of Days TourComments:Twiztid embarked on this tour
to promote the W.I.C.K.E.D. album, playing it in it’s entirety every night.
I loved the album and the show did not dissapoint. Note there were a few different
passes, as this one has SUPPORT on the back
and this one has WORKING. It’s
also of a lower quality than recent passes and has NO foil.
- Gathering of the Juggalos 2009 Versions: 1) All
Access2) Band3) Wrestler4) Front
StageComments:If you never got to a GOTJ,
this one was the one to go to. MC Chris, Gwar, and the Don Mega, Ice Cube
himself. As per the newer GOTJ’s, they had many passes for ALL your asses,
including the infamous Front Stage pass.
- Bang Pow Boom TourVersions: 1) Laminate2) ClothComments:With a Bang, you could say good bye to every thing, but not before
you got a chance to Zomblie Slide up out your tomb. This is also another lower
quality pass with no foil, beware of fakes. Out of the blue, we find the cloth
pass was used. No idea if there was one for each color face/date so let us
know if you have any info!
- Slaughterhouse TourVersions: 1) Laminate2) ClothComments:Twiztid hit the road again in 2010 with the Slaughterhouse tour.
Mixing the setlist up, they did a bunch of older tracks including Nosferatu.
Following the BPB tour’s lead, 2 passes that don’t match perfectly, but would
be a great addition to any collector’s collection. Let’s see if this trend
continues on the Happy Daze tour.
- Week of Weirdos
1) Front2) BackComments:Short but sweet tour of Cali. DEFINITELY one of the sweetest passes though.
- GOTJ 2011
GOTJ 11 had a pass? You bet your ass.