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Club Passim

47 Palmer St, Cambridge, MA
617.492.7679  |   website

The Phoenix Says    This nonprofit folk club draws big-name and local folk bands, bluegrass musicians, and other singer/songwriters. The atmosphere is eclectic and pleasant, with art on display. No liquor, but thanks to the Veggie Planet restaurant, there’s no shortage of imaginative drinks and food. Open-mic nights every Tues at 7 pm for $5. Call or visit the Web site to purchase tickets. Members receive a $2 discount on live concerts. Live performances begin at 8 pm, unless otherwise noted. 

Upcoming Shows
Tue, Oct 13 2009
Wed, Oct 14 2009
Thu, Oct 15 2009
Sat, Oct 17 2009
Sat, Oct 17 2009
Sun, Oct 18 2009
Fri, Oct 23 2009
Sat, Oct 24 2009
Sun, Oct 25 2009
Tue, Oct 27 2009
Thu, Oct 29 2009
Fri, Oct 30 2009
Sat, Oct 31 2009
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