The chance to witness a final performance by a legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group doesn't come around often, so be sure not to miss this farewell concert from the Allman Brothers Band on Oct. 28 at the Beacon Theatre in New York. While individual members like Gregg Allman, Butch Trucks, Derek Trucks, and Warren Haynes have expressed interest in continuing on with solo and side projects, this Tuesday evening concert is set to be the grand finale touring-wise at least for the collective as a whole, giving fans one last chance to hear tracks from classic albums like the Gold and Platinum-selling "Brothers and Sisters," "Enlightened Rogues," and "Where It All Begins."
Beacon Theatre Seating Information
For this Allman Brothers Beacon Theatre concert, standard seating will be available throughout the venue beginning with five sections in the Orchestra (left, left center, center, right center, right) located directly in front of the stage. From there, you can choose between another five sections in the Loge, and seven in the Lower Balcony and Upper Balcony. Use the Beacon Theatre seating map on this page to check out availability as areas will be color coded according to sections with open seating for the show.
Beacon Theatre General Information
All guests and belongings are subject to search upon entering the venue for the Allman Brothers concert on Oct. 28, so plan on arriving early to try and avoid long lines. Items like diaper bags, purses, and binoculars are permitted, but you may not bring signs, banners, laser pointers, outside food and drink, or oversized bags into the Beacon Theatre. The use of small personal cameras is typically allowed, however, flash photography, tripods, video cameras, and SLR cameras with zoom or telephoto lenses are prohibited.
Beacon Theatre Parking Information
The Beacon Theatre does not offer any on-site parking facilities, but there are plenty of independent lots and garages within walking distance of the theater. Prepaid parking is usually available at some garages but quantities may be limited. You also can get to the Allman Brothers Band concert via the subway, bus lines, and trains.
Beacon Theatre Gate Times
Doors at the Beacon Theatre will likely open one hour before the Allman Brothers Band hits the stage on Oct. 28, but this is subject to change on the day of the show.