Nirvana exhibit re-opening at MoPOP

 Art on display at the beginning of the exhibit "Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses" by a very young Kurt Cobain

Art on display at the beginning of the exhibit "Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses" by a very young Kurt Cobain

 Concert flyer for the Vogue, March-April, 1988 (where Nirvana played their second ever show in Seattle).

Concert flyer for the Vogue, March-April, 1988 (where Nirvana played their second ever show in Seattle).

 Who came from here in the Northwest, a partial list.

Who came from here in the Northwest, a partial list.

 The Moore Theatre marquee for Sub Pop's Lamefest, 1989. Sold out (1400 tickets), shocking everyone. Including the Moore's security staff (sent home early for the night).

The Moore Theatre marquee for Sub Pop's Lamefest, 1989. Sold out (1400 tickets), shocking everyone. Including the Moore's security staff (sent home early for the night).

 Classic albums that appeal to many ages...now.

Classic albums that appeal to many ages...now.

 MoPOP Senior Curator Jacob McMurray introduces Krist Novoselic during the exhibit re-opening celebration.

MoPOP Senior Curator Jacob McMurray introduces Krist Novoselic during the exhibit re-opening celebration.

 The concert flyer for the last show Jimi Hendrix played in the continental U.S.. Hendrix died on September 18th of that same year (1970), and was buried in Renton, WA.

The concert flyer for the last show Jimi Hendrix played in the continental U.S.. Hendrix died on September 18th of that same year (1970), and was buried in Renton, WA.