|Artist||Show Date||Venue Name||City||State||Country|
|Sons of Papaya||04/08/1995||East LAEast LA||Syracuse||NY||USA|
|Phish||04/08/1994||Recreation Hall, Penn State UniversityRecreation Hall, Penn State University||State College||PA||USA|
|The Dude of Life Band||02/04/1994||JC DobbsJC Dobbs||Philadelphia||PA||USA|
|Phish||08/20/1993||Red Rocks AmphitheatreRed Rocks Amphitheatre||Morrison||CO||USA|
|Phish||04/23/1993||Cotterell Court, Reid Athletic Center, Colgate UniversityCotterell Court, Reid Athletic Center, Colgate University||Hamilton||NY||USA|
|Phish||02/25/1993||The Cameo TheatreThe Cameo Theatre||Miami Beach||FL||USA|
|Phish||11/23/1992||Broome County ForumBroome County Forum||Binghamton||NY||USA|
|Phish||05/09/1992||The Syracuse ArmoryThe Syracuse Armory||Syracuse||NY||USA|
|Phish||10/19/1991||The CatalystThe Catalyst||Santa Cruz||CA||USA|
|Phish||07/19/1991||Somerville TheatreSomerville Theatre||Somerville||MA||USA|
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