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  • 2019 Tour

    May 7th, 2019
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    Tomorrow Lily and I leave Somerville for a big trip:

    We're driving to Richmond on Wednesday, where I'll leave Lily with her grandparents and drive on to Asheville. I'm playing Thursday night at Warren Wilson with the Free Raisins and then we play LEAF. Then I'll pick up Lily and drive back to Boston playing dances with Cecilia Vacanti as Kingfisher.

    Dances:

    • Thursday 5/9: Free Raisins in Asheville
    • Friday 5/10: Free Raisins at LEAF
    • Saturday 5/11: Free Raisins at LEAF
    • Sunday 5/12: Free Raisins at LEAF
    • Monday 5/13: Kingfisher in Charlotte
    • Tuesday 5/14: Kingfisher in Clemmons
    • Wednesday 5/15: Kingfisher in Baltimore
    • Thursday 5/16: Kingfisher in Rochester
    • Friday 5/17: Kingfisher in Ithaca
    • Saturday 5/18: Kingfisher in Poughkeepsie

    I made a Facebook event for the Kingfisher tour (fb) but FB seems to have removed the ability to show which of your friends are in which cities and I don't remember well enough to figure out who I should invite.

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