“Carnegie Hall” appears in our database on the following 11 date(s):
|1999-02-22||Trey Anastasio||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2000-02-05||Trey Anastasio||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2000-02-05||Patti Smith||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2000-02-05||Nawang Khechog and R. Carlos Naka||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2000-02-05||Rufus Wainwright||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2000-02-05||Philip Glass||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2004-09-14||Trey Anastasio & The Vermont Youth Orchestra||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2005-02-09||Trey Anastasio and the Scorchio Quintet||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2009-09-12||Trey Anastasio & New York Philharmonic||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2019-10-29||Trey Anastasio||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
|2019-10-30||Trey Anastasio||Carnegie Hall||New York, NY|
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