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Rialto Theatre
Tuesday, Jun. 12, 2012

Location: Tucson, AZ | Tickets: 0 | RSVP on Facebook RSVP   

Concert Lineup

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Indigo Girls Folk

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The Shadowboxers Pop / Rock

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Venue Info

Rialto Theatre
318 E. Congress
Tucson, AZ 85701

Phone Number:
520-7951420

Counting Crows, David Crosby, Indigo Girls

The Byrds, with his T-shirt. Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls rounds out the trio, which teamed up at the 17th annual Bridge School benefit, held at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif. Photos: John Davisson

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Indigo Girls

Outside Columbus, Ga.'s School of the Americas, which trains Latin American soldiers, police and government officials. AP Photo/ The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

November 21, 2004 |