A laminated VIP pass for a SWV (Sisters With Voices) concert. The front of the pass features a color photograph of the group posing together; Cheryl "Coko" Gamble is closest to the bottom edge of the image while Tamara "Taj" Johnson leans her chin on Gamble's proper right shoulder. Leanne "Lelee" Lyons stands behind Johnson and Gamble and leans forward so that her chin rests on the crown of Johnson's head. The women all wear fur stoles around their shoulders. Stylized text in the top right corner of the pass reads [SISTERS WITH VOICE / SWV / NEW BEGINNING]. Black text at the bottom of the pass reads [VIP].
An orange, nylon lanyard with a pass for the 1997 Porri Jazz Festival attached to it. Depicted on the pass is a small picture of Ira Tucker, Sr., a faded logo, and a red bar on the right that says "ARTIST". At the bottom, printed in script, are the words "by Jons-Finland." The lanyard bears a recurring logo and message "OSUUSPANKKI." Attached to the lanyard is an orange plastic ball.
A baseball cap from Prince’s Jam of the Year Tour 1997. The cap is made of a black cotton-polyester blend fabric and has a low crown profile. The cap's stiff bill is formed by black fabric on top and green fabric on the underside stitched onto cardboard. White embroidered text across the crown reads: [emancipation]. Embroidered on both the proper left and proper right sides of the cap, in yellow thread, is the hybrid male-female symbol representing the Artist Formerly Known as Prince. The back of the cap has a plastic snap closure. Above the adjuster, text embroidered in white thread reads: [NPG]. Below the white text is black embroidered text: [RECORDS]. The interior of the cap has stiffener underneath the two (2) center crown panels of the cap. There is one (1) grommet surrounded by thread in the center of each of the six (6) panels that make up the cap, and one (1) fabric-covered rivet fastener at the top of the crown. A sweatband of the same black material as the cap is stitched along the cap edge. At the interior proper left side is a manufacturer's tag that reads: [YUPOONG/ 60% Cotton/ 40% Polyester/ One Size Fits All/ Made In/ Domincan Republic].
An orange, nylon lanyard with a pass for the 1998 Midtown Music Festival, held in Atlanta, attached to it. The pass has an image of a microphone, and in a purple field below, the words "ARTIST / Coca-Cola/V103." The lanyard is an orange, fine-woven ribbon that bears a recurring logo and message "OSUUSPANKKI." Attached to the lanyard is an orange plastic ball.
A paper pass in a plastic sleeve attached to a cloth lanyard by a clip. The paper is blue with blue and black ink. A white adhesive label, laser-printed, is affixed to the center portion of the badge with the excess wrapped around to the back. At the bottom of the badge several restrictions are listed.The badge is attached to a finely-woven cloth lanyard.