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Daryl Hall Forced To Relocate Planned Outdoor Concerts After Permits Fall Through


PAWLING, NY (CelebrityAccess) — Musician Daryl Hall, one half of the rock duo Hall & Oates, has dropped plans for a series of outdoor concerts at his music venue and restaurant in upstate New York.

According to the the Poughkeepsie Journal, Hall was unable to obtain the necessary permits to stage the concerts at his restaurant Daryl's House in Pawling, New York. Instead, at least some of those concerts will be relocated to four different venues, Daryl’s House; the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie; Paramount Hudson Valley Theater in Peekskill; and College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut.

Daryl’s House in February announced plans for the outdoor stage, with lawn seating and a capacity of more than 1,000, but they were unable to obtain the necessary approvals from the county before the first planned show by Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings on May 27, the Journal reported. Pat Ryan, marketing director and promoter representative for Daryl’s House told the Journal that the future of the outdoor stage plans is now uncertain.

Pawling Supervisor David Kelly he was reluctant to put the kibosh on the proposed concert venue, but suggested that the approval process was an important part of the community's health and safety standards.

“I don’t want to see them find different venues,” Kelly told the Journal. “But the other thing is, the health, safety and welfare of those in attendance and the people of Pawling are first and foremost.”

Concerts moved to the indoor stage Daryl’s House include Lucius (June 24) and Shovels & Rope (July 7.) Men At Work's Colin Hay will now perform at the Bardavon on July 15th and St. Paul & the Broken Bones performs there on July 21.