NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Allman Brothers Band have confirmed 13 shows for their annual string of dates at New York City’s Beacon Theatre and are unveiling tour plans for 2007. Every March, the iconic Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees perform a string of sold out shows at the 2900-seat Beacon, which have become must-see concerts for fans across the country and elsewhere.
The Allmans have been doing a run at the Beacon since 1989, performing over 165 times. Tickets for the Beacon shows–which run from March 22 through April 7–will go on sale Saturday, January 6 at 9:00 AM Eastern.
There are also plans to make each show available to fans live via a high-definition multi-camera stereo webcast. Although still in the theoretical stage, the goal is to offer subscribers video and audio of all the shows, as well as access to web-cams set up in various venues throughout the country.
The Allmans are also planning an extended tour with 25 shows tentatively scheduled for August and early September. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers