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The Kingston Trio

Listen to the purveyors of American folk music for three nights at the South Point showroom

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After all these years, The Kingston Trio is still together and still performing the songs that made them popular nearly 50 years ago.

The Trio are sure to perform "Tom Dooley" and "Where Have All the Flowers
Gone?" but expect some of their newer works from their latest CD "Still Goin' Places."

Tickets to see The Kingston Trio are $20 and $30. All the crooning begins at 7:30 p.m. inside the South Point Showroom.

When: Saturday, Nov. 29, 2008
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Where: South Point Showroom, 9777 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas

Cost: $20 - $30

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Concert, Performance art, Folk, Pop, Southeast, Las Vegas Weekly

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Event posted Feb. 18, 2008
Last updated Sept. 26, 2008

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