“U.S. Cellular Center” appears in our database on the following 10 date(s):
|2001-11-17||Oysterhead||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2001-12-21||Gov't Mule||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2002-10-31||Trey Anastasio Band||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2005-12-17||SerialPod||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2005-12-17||Gov't Mule||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2006-06-27||Benevento/Russo Duo featuring Mike Gordon||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2009-06-09||Phish||Asheville Civic Center||Asheville, NC|
|2017-12-09||Trey Anastasio Band||U.S. Cellular Center||Asheville, NC|
|2017-12-09||Warren Haynes||U.S. Cellular Center||Asheville, NC|
|2018-12-07||Mike Gordon||U.S. Cellular Center||Asheville, NC|
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