The Allman Betts Band announces Spring Tour, Stopping in Westhampton Beach and Tarrytown

The Allman Betts Band has announced their spring tour and they will kick things off in May with shows in Westhampton Beach and Tarrytown.

After making their debut in 2019, The Allman Betts will kick off their first US tour since 2021 which will make a stop at Westhampton Beach PAC on May 22 and Music Hall in Tarrytown on June 6. The band’s upcoming tour will also feature the southern soul-rock artist JJ Grey and the singer-songwriter JD Simo

Devon Allman and Duane Betts first met as children, when their fathers — keyboardist Gregg Allman and guitarist Dickey Betts, both co-founders of The Allman Brothers Band — brought their boys on tour for the group’s 20th-anniversary tour. The duo Devon Allman and Duane Betts went to be the leaders of The Allman Betts Band, a supergroup anchored by sharp songwriting, fiery fretwork, and a historic legacy.

Inspired by the classic sounds of the group’s family tree, The Allman Betts Band makes timeless rock & roll for the modern world, blurring the boundaries between blues, Americana, and southern soul. Over the course of two critically acclaimed studio albums, hundreds of live shows, and annual performances of the Allman Betts Family Revival, The Allman Betts Band has established its own legacy of music and brotherhood. 

Tickets and up-to–date information are available here.

The Allman Betts Band On Tour 

May 16 – Charleston Music Hall | Charleston, SC

May 17 – Walhalla Performing Arts Center | Walhalla, SC^

May 18 – Helena Amphitheater Park | Helena, AL

May 19 – Buckhead Theatre | Atlanta, GA^

May 22 –  Westhampton Beach PAC | Westhampton, NY^

May 23 –  Scottish Rite Auditorium | Collingswood, NJ^

May 24 – Count Basie CFA | Red Bank, NJ^

May 25 – Roanoke Festival in the Park | Roanoke, VA

May 26 – St. Augustine Amphitheater | St. Augustine, FL* 

May 27 – Capitol Theatre | Clearwater, FL^

May 29 – Mercury Ballroom | Louisville, KY^

May 30 – The Fillmore | Detroit, MI^ 

May 31 – Arcada Theater | St. Charles, IL^ 

June 1 – Hoxeyville Music Festival | Wellston, MI 

June 2 – CEFCU Peoria Riverfront | Peoria, IL^ 

June 4 – Birchmere | Alexandra, VA^

June 5 – State Theatre | State College, PA^ 

June 6 – Music Hall | Tarrytown, NY^

June 7 – Colonial PAC | Keene, NH^

June 8 – Cabot Theater | Beverly, MA^ 

June 9 – Newton Theater | Newton, NJ^

*w/ JJ Grey 

^w/ JD Simo

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