|2023-04-18||William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley||Berkeley, CA||3.6343|
|2023-04-17||William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley||Berkeley, CA||4.3016|
|2022-08-07||Atlantic City Beach||Atlantic City, NJ||4.0235|
|2022-08-06||Atlantic City Beach||Atlantic City, NJ||3.9415|
|2022-08-05||Atlantic City Beach||Atlantic City, NJ||4.3452|
|2021-10-17||Chase Center||San Francisco, CA||4.1009|
|2021-10-15||Golden 1 Center||Sacramento, CA||3.3058|
|2021-09-01||Shoreline Amphitheatre||Mountain View, CA||4.2462|
|2021-08-31||Shoreline Amphitheatre||Mountain View, CA||4.4017|
|2019-04-20||Ghosts of the Forest||William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley||Berkeley, CA|
|2017-11-04||Trey Anastasio Band||The Fox Theater||Oakland, CA|
|2017-07-01||Trey Anastasio Band||High Sierra Music Festival||Quincy, CA|
|2017-06-30||Mike Gordon||High Sierra Music Festival||Quincy, CA|
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