On Oct. 21, The Allman Brothers Band will headline New York's Beacon Theatre for the first in a string of six performances that will draw the legendary rock band's four-decade career to a close. This Tuesday night performance is sure to feature all the band's greatest hits, including staples like "Jessica" and "Whipping Post," that have elevated the southern rock outfit to fame around the world. This show was originally scheduled for March 25, and tickets with both the original and rescheduled dates will be accepted at the gate.
Beacon Theatre Seating Information
The Allman Brothers Band Beacon Theatre concert will first feature Orchestra Level seating directly in front of the stage, with five sections extending across the theater from Orchestra Left to Orchestra Right. Next will be the Loge Level, which will be elevated just above the Orchestra Level. Finally, there will be seats available in the Balcony Level, which is split into the Upper and Lower Balcony. Each of the Balcony Levels includes seven unique sections that stretch across the theater.
Beacon Theatre General Information
Video recorders, oversized bags, laser pointers, outside food and beverages, and professional cameras will all be prohibited during the performance. Although small cameras are generally permitted, Beacon Theatre will not allow any attendees to use flash photography during The Allman Brothers Band New York concert. All guests are subject to inspection, which may include the use of walk-through metal detectors and metal-detecting wands.
Beacon Theatre Parking Information
Beacon Theatre does not own or operate any parking facilities, but there are a number of privately owned lots and garages located nearby. There are also numerous transit options in the city, including subway and bus, that can be used on the night of the show.
Beacon Theatre Gate Times
The gates of Beacon Theatre will likely open one hour before the rescheduled Allman Brothers Band concert gets underway, but times are always subject to change.