|2019-06-30||BB&T Pavilion||Camden, NJ|
|2017-07-30||Madison Square Garden||New York, NY|
|2016-06-28||The Mann Center for the Performing Arts||Philadelphia, PA|
|2013-07-10||PNC Bank Arts Center||Holmdel, NJ|
|2009-06-07||Susquehanna Bank Center||Camden, NJ|
|2004-08-12||Tweeter Center at the Waterfront||Camden, NJ|
|2004-06-19||Saratoga Performing Arts Center||Saratoga Springs, NY|
|2004-06-17||KeySpan Park||Brooklyn, NY|
|2003-07-31||Tweeter Center at the Waterfront||Camden, NJ|
|2003-07-30||Tweeter Center at the Waterfront||Camden, NJ|
|2003-02-25||First Union Spectrum||Philadelphia, PA|
|2000-09-15||Hersheypark Stadium||Hershey, PA|
|2000-09-09||Pepsi Arena||Albany, NY|
|1999-07-10||E Centre||Camden, NJ|
|1998-04-02||Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum||Uniondale, NY|
|1996-10-23||Hartford Civic Center||Hartford, CT|
|1994-07-09||Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts||Mansfield, MA|
|1993-07-21||Orange County Fairgrounds||Middletown, NY|
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