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Vetter Stone Amphitheater
Friday, Sep. 07, 2012

Location: Mankato, MN | 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

Vetter Stone Amphitheater
310 W. Rock St.
Mankato, MN 56001

Indigo Girls, Shawn Mullins, Tift Merritt

Amy Ray, Tift Merritt and Emily Saliers celebrate the holiday season during the Russell Carter Management Christmas Jam at The Tabernacle in Atlanta. Chris McKay / concertshots.com

December 18, 2002 | 

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 |