“Somerville Theatre” appears in our database on the following 10 date(s):
|1990-09-20||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1990-09-21||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1990-11-17||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1991-05-03||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1991-05-04||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1991-07-19||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1991-11-21||Phish||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|1999-02-11||Jazz Mandolin Project||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|2001-04-12||Mike Gordon + Col. Bruce Hampton & The Codetalkers||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
|2009-09-09||Mike Gordon||Somerville Theatre||Somerville, MA|
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