80s Amnesty International Conspiracy Hope t-shirt Medium

Chest: 19.5 in.

Length: 26.5 in.

Content: feels like a cotton blend

Tag Brand: unbranded

This awesome concert tee marks the amazing "Conspiracy of Hope" tour of 1986. The tour was short and meant to raise awareness of human rights and to celebrate Amnesty's 25th anniversary of such meaningful work. Amnesty International is a UK-based human rights organization. The benefit concerts did so well that they went on to stage several more between 1986 and 1998.

These series of shows are headlined by Sting, Bryan Adams, and U2. Other classic acts included Carlos Santana, Miles Davis, Lou Reed, and Pete Townshend. Fans and activists from all over were able to enjoy their beautiful sounds and engage in human rights awareness. Cities like San Francisco, Chicago, and Denver all had the pleasure of hosting this tour.

Features a muscle tee design for that classic 80s feel. The graphics show a variety of wildflowers and Amnesty's iconic candle logo. 

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium.






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