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One More Crosby, Stills & Nash Show

01:01 PM Monday 9/17/12 | |

Crosby, Stills & Nash’s 2012 world tour has taken the group to Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil and all over the U.S. The group has announced the excursion will wrap up with a fifth night at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

The final show of the year is scheduled Oct. 22, following the previously announced four nights at the Beacon Theatre: Oct. 16, 17, 19 & 20.

CSN will close out the Oct. 22 gig and tour by playing its 1969 debut in its entirety, marking the first time the band has ever performed a full album live. The self-titled album includes the Top 40 hits “Marrakesh Express” and “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” as well as “Guinnevere” and “Lady of the Island.”

  • Crosby & Nash

    David Crosby, left, and Graham Nash perform at the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park in New York.
    November 8, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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“We’ve had an incredible time on the road this year,” says Graham Nash. “We can’t think of a better way to honor the end of our 2012 tour, than playing our first album as the last set of our final show.” 

Tonight CSN takes the stage in Arcata, Calif., at the John Van Duzer Theatre. Additional dates leading up to the five-night run at the Beacon Theatre include stops in San Francisco (Sept. 19-20); Reno, Nev. (Sept. 22); Carmel, Calif. (Sept. 26); Santa Barbara, Calif. (Sept. 28); San Diego (Sept. 29-30) and Los Angeles (Oct. 3).

Tickets for the Oct. 22 Beacon Theatre show go on sale Friday, Sept. 21.  

For more information visit CrosbyStillsNash.com


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