This week the Allman Brothers Band revealed that final plans for their final concert services. The group has just announced that they will be performing their final shows with a return to the Beacon Theatre in October of this year. The band will be celebrating its 45th anniversary and a 14 year run with their current lineup of performers. The band has just revealed the new final dates for their last string of performances which they have revealed will mark their last time working together on stage.
The final shows have been rescheduled (they were originally supposed to take place in March) for the month of October. These performances will be held October 21st-28th at the theatre. During this string of performances the band will be playing some of their biggest hits of their last few decades in the industry. The band’s final show, which will end in the early hours of October 29th, will actually mark the 43rd anniversary of the death of band co-founder Duane Allman. Tickets are expected to go on sale to the newly rescheduled shows this month.