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Mt. Sunapee Resort
Saturday, Mar. 31, 2012

Location: Sunapee, NH | Tickets: 0 | RSVP on Facebook RSVP   

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Barenaked Ladies Pop / Rock

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Mt. Sunapee Resort

Sunapee, NH

Barenaked Ladies

Tyler Stewart and Ed Robertson pull out all the stops when Barenaked Ladies bring the party to Boston's Fleet Center. AP Photo

March 2, 2004 | 

Barenaked Ladies

Lead singer Steven Page belts one out as quirky popsters Barenaked Ladies perform at the Fleet Center in Boston. AP Photo

March 2, 2004 |