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Shawn Phillips 2014 North American Tour Dates

Veteran musician, performer, singer, songwriter Shawn Phillips announces dates for his North American tour.

by Henry Schneider, Published 2014-09-01

10/3/2014 Quebec, QC

Théâtre Petit Champlain
http://www.theatrepetitchamplain.com

10/4/2014 Pointe-Claire, QC

Calistoga Grill
http://www.calistogagrill.ca

10/7/2014 Buffalo, NY

Tralf Music Hall
http://www.tralfmusichall.com

10/8/2014 Toronto, ON (416) 531-6604

Hugh's Room
http://www.hughsroom.com

10/11/2014 Ann Arbor, MI (734) 763-8587

The Ark
http://www.theark.org

10/12/2014 Cleveland Height (216) 795-0550

Night Town
http://www.nighttowncleveland.com

10/15/2014 Evanston, IL (847) 492-8860

SPACE
http://www.evanstonspace.com

10/16/2014 Milwaukee, WI

Shank Hall
http://www.shankhall.com

10/18/2014 Zumbrota, MN (507) 732-7616

Crossings
http://www.crossingsatcarnegie.com

10/20/2014 Minneapolis, MN

Guthrie Theater
http://www.guthrietheater.org

10/25/2014 Denver, CO

Swallow Hill Music Hall
http://www.swallowhillmusic.org

MORE DATES COMING SOON


Filed under: Concerts

Related artist(s): Shawn Phillips

More info
http://www.shawnphillipsmusic.com

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