Panic Lot Shirts

No doubt about it: Widespread Panic has dedicated fans – so much so that it is customary practice to see quite a few selling homemade shirts at and around the shows. Frankly – I love ’em. I’ve gone through quite a few, but still want more. They are great because they are unique, and people that don’t listen to WSP have no idea what the shirt means. Here are a few that I found doing a random image search and from these guys:

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My favorite was a ‘Fishwater’ shirt that used the Sweetwater logo. Great shirt that had a long hard ride, but had to be retired. I haven’t seen one in years; not for lack of looking (Gold Star to any RCS reader that can find one in a size Large). Some other good ones: ‘Disco’ using the Delta logo, and a NYE show using a Georgia license plate: ‘WSP NYE’.

Got any you like? Spill the beans…

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  • Teddy04/11/2011 - 12:17 PM

    "King of Bands" Budweiser logo left chest, Tall Boy on the back… http://www.bandshirtarchive.com/shirt/873/?imgid=1329ReplyCancel

  • Matt04/11/2011 - 1:27 PM

    A Sweetwater/Fishwater shirt might be the most Georgia thing ever.ReplyCancel

  • Paul04/11/2011 - 4:04 PM

    GRETA in the old Sega style logoReplyCancel

  • JMW04/11/2011 - 4:52 PM

    My sister-in-law hit their concert here in Louisville a few days ago. She loves WSP and this was her first concert post-baby, so you can imagine a good time was had by all!ReplyCancel

  • sweethomeamy04/11/2011 - 5:32 PM

    Oh I love WSP! I saw them in Louisville 2 years ago at Forecastle and it was amazing.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous04/15/2011 - 2:38 AM

    "WSP Tour" with logo similar to PGA but swinging a guitar and a John Bell/Jim Beam one were my favsReplyCancel

  • Angela Marie12/09/2011 - 12:24 PM

    Where can I buy a couple of the Melting faces since Shirts??
    Thank you!!
    Angela MarieReplyCancel

  • John02/17/2014 - 9:42 PM

    Where can I find these?!ReplyCancel

  • […] I would credit the current t-shirt market’s success to the pre-iPhone era Fraternity t-shirt style.  There were three specific categories:  First, there was the bar t-shirt.  Brogen’s on SSI paid their rent off of the t-shirts they sold during Georgia/Florida weekend.  They were essentially a right of passage.  Second were concert t-shirts.  The old Widespread Panic t-shirts were a must have for any Fraternity man in the late 90’s / early 00’s.  Extra points for lot shirts. […]ReplyCancel

  • […] I would credit the current t-shirt market’s success to the late-90’s era Fraternity t-shirt style.  There were three specific categories:  First, there was the bar t-shirt.  Brogen’s on SSI paid their rent off of the t-shirts they sold during Georgia/Florida weekend.  They were essentially a right of passage.  Second were concert t-shirts.  The old Widespread Panic t-shirts were a must have for any Fraternity man in the late 90’s / early 00’s.  Extra points for lot shirts. […]ReplyCancel

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