Attractive off-white scarf worn on stage by Elvis Presley during a concert at the Pontiac Stadium on December 31, 1975, measuring 34 x 34, with printed facsimile signature to lower left corner. Includes an original ticket stub for the reference concert, 2 x 4.5, issued for field seating in "Sec. 1," "Row 7," and "Seat 7." The ticket is displayed in a screw-down holder. In overall fine condition. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Elvis expert Rich Consola.
Despite frigid weather, sound system issues, and Elvis ripping his pants, this New Year’s Eve concert had the largest live audience and was the highest grossing performance by a single artist in a one-night appearance to date, grossing over $800,000. During the evening, an announcement was made that a limited number of souvenirs were available and lines formed to purchase 'baby blue' and 'Southern mansion white' scarves with printed autographs.