Gregg Allman has announced his winter tour, which will officially kick off at the end of December in Savannah, GA at the Lucas Theater for the Arts and go through January 21st in Macon, GA at the Grand Opera House.
Before hitting the road down South, Allman will be making a long stop in New York for his widely anticipated 10-night residency at City Winery, which will kick off this week on November 6th and continue until November 19th.
Per press release, Allman said, “I love coming to New York and staying a while. It feels natural.”
This year’s residency at City Winery is all the more anticipated, since his dates in New York sold out last year.
Following his stay in New York, Allman and band will do a two-night NYE run at the Lucas Theater for The Arts in Savannah, GA. The Lucas Theater is a beautiful, historic landmark; officially opened in 1921. The theater underwent an intensive restoration before it’s grand reopening in 2000.
Allman will hit Athens, GA on Jan 3-4 at the Georgia Theater; and then hit MS at the Beau Rivage Casino, LA at the Golden Nugget Lake Charles, a two-night run in Birmingham, AL at Iron City, before hitting another Mississippi casino, Horseshoe Tunica Hotel & Casino, and Chattanooga, Tennessee at the Tivoli Theater.
The band will complete its tour with a four-night run in Macon, GA at the Grand Opera House Jan., 17-21.
Allman was forced to cancel a number of dates this summer due to a bout with pneumonia. Now recovered, he has also hinted at the possibility of the Allman Brothers Band returning to the road after a two-year hiatus.