Southern rock outfit The Allman Brothers Band will storm into upper Manhattan's historic Beacon Theatre on Oct. 25 for the one of its final concerts marking the end of a storied four-decade career. The Allman Brothers are renowned for their improvisational chops and mind-blowing instrumentals, and considering that their 1971 offering "At Fillmore East" set the bar for live albums, seeing them in person is the best way to hear this iconic group before its members retire from the spotlight.
Beacon Theatre Seating Information
The closest seating for the Allman Brothers Band concert on Oct. 25, which was rescheduled from March 29, is available in the Orchestra Level, which is split into Left, Left Center, Center, Right, and Right Center sections. The Loge Level is the next seating area, elevated one level above the Orchestra. Finally, you can find seats in the two divisions of the Balcony--Lower and Upper--near the top of the theater.
Beacon Theatre General Information
Beacon Theatre prohibited items include outside food and beverages, video cameras, audio recorders, bottles, cans, signs, and large bags. You should contact Beacon Theatre on the day of the show to find out whether personal cameras will be allowed for the Allman Brothers Band concert. Be aware that Beacon Theatre is a non-smoking facility, and re-entry is not permitted.
Beacon Theatre Parking Information
Beacon Theatre does not offer on-site parking, but you can find parking in independently owned lots nearby. Those in need of accessible parking may park on the streets surrounding the venue as long as a New York City Special Parking Permit is displayed.
Beacon Theatre Gate Times
The doors for this Allman Brothers Beacon Theatre concert are likely to open one hour ahead of the scheduled start time of 8 p.m. EST.