One of the biggest Southern rock bands of all time have now given their fans a final chance to get their hands on The Allman Brothers Band tickets after announcing a farewell run of shows for this fall.
The legendary Georgia outfit, who confirmed back in January that they were retiring from the live stage, will say goodbye with a six-night residency at their second home, New York’s Beacon Theatre, a venue they have played an astonishing 232 times since 1989.
Kicking off on October 21, the tour includes four dates that the band were forced to reschedule from their previous Beacon Theatre stint back in March due to frontman Gregg Allman’s battle with bronchitis, alongside two added shows on Oct 27 and 28. Allman Brothers Band tickets are expected to go on sale any time soon so be sure to keep checking back on TicketIQ for the latest updates.
Those with Allman Brothers Band tickets for their recent 2014 performances enjoyed a career-spanning set which included a mixture of hits (“Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More,” “End Of The Line”) and fan favorites (“Midnight Rider,” “Les Brers In A Minor”) as well as covers of Otis Redding’s “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long,” Blind Willie McTell’s “Statesboro Blues” and T-Bone Walker’s “Stormy Monday.”
The two-time Grammy winners will also appear at a handful of festivals this summer including their very own Peach Festival in Scranton on 14-17 August, Arrington’s Lockn’ Festival on September 7 – four-day passes for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in and average price of $431 – and New York’s Mountain Jam on June 8 (3-day passes $345/$345, 4-day passes $334/$356), the latter of which will see the group perform their 1969 self-titled debut and 1970 follow-up Idlewild South in their entirety.
Gregg Allman will also hit the road with his solo group this summer for dates at Las Vegas’ Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort on June 21 ($80/$150), Lincoln’s Thunder Valley Casino on Jun 28 ($58/$160) and Spokane’s Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox on July 5 ($66/$119). While Derek Trucks, who alongside fellow guitarist Warren Hayes will leave the band following their live commitments, is touring with Tedeschi Trucks Band, with the Jun 17 show at Sterling Heights’ Freedom Hill Amphitheatre the lowest get-in and average price at $28/$84.
Tickets are now available for these dates and for a full list of upcoming shows, check the list at the bottom of this post.
The Allman Brothers Band Announced Spring Tour Dates
Fresh from headlining their second annual Peach Music Festival, the Godfathers of Southern rock will head straight back out on the road having released The Allman Brothers Band tickets for a 12-date late summer tour.
Last year’s Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winners will first take their influential blend of blues, rock, jazz and country to the stage for ‘An Evening With…’ two night-run at The Chicago Theatre. The Allman Brothers Band tickets are available on TicketIQ for both dates with the August 20 gig currently listed at a get-in price of $84 and average price of $234, and the August 21 show at $104/$292.
Supported by Steve Winwood, whose The Spencer Davis Group hit, “Don’t Want You No More,” often features in the band’s set-list, the Georgia-based outfit will then visit the likes of the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center on August 23 ($58/$109), Raleigh’s Timer Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek on August 30 ($37/$148) and Charlotte’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on August 31 ($37/$140).
Vermont blues-rock quintet Grace Potter & The Nocturnals will then take over opening act duties for the remaining four dates including Alpharetta’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park on September 2 ($58/$217), Mansfield’s Comcast Center on Sept 6 ($49/$183) and the tour’s finale at Wantagh’s Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on Sept 7 ($40/$201).
With an overall average price of $169, there are still hundreds of The Allman Brothers Band tickets on offer at TicketIQ for most shows with the Sept 4 concert at Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach currently the lowest get-in price at $33 (average price $106) and the August 24 performance at Hartford’s Comcast Theatre the cheapest average price at $62 (get-in price $43).
As for what to expect, fans with The Allman Brothers Band tickets for their recent ten-date residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre were treated to a career-spanning set-list covering everything from their 1969 self-titled debut (“Black Hearted Woman,” “Whipping Post”) right up to their 2003 last studio album, Hittin’ The Note (“The High Cost Of Low Living”) including US Hot 100 hits “Melissa,” “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More” and “One Way Out” alongside cover versions of songs originally recorded by the likes of Otis Redding, Bob Dylan and Dr. John.
3/8 - New York - Beacon Theatre
3/11 - New York - Beacon Theatre
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3/15 - New York - Beacon Theatre
3/18 - New York - Beacon Theatre
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3/22 - New York - Beacon Theatre
3/25 - New York - Beacon Theatre
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3/28 - New York - Beacon Theatre
3/29 - New York - Beacon Theatre
4/11 - Live Oak, FL - WANEE Festival
4/12 - Live Oak, FL - WANEE Festival
8/15 - Scranton, PA - Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center
8/16 - Scranton, PA - Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center
06/08 – Hunter Mountain, NY @ Mountain Jam
09/07 – Arrington, VA @ Lockn’ Festival
10/21 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
10/22 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
10/24 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
10/25 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
10/27 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
10/28 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre