Allman Brothers Band announce US tour

The Allman Brothers Band have confirmed a number of American shows to take place over the coming summer. The band have announced six co-headlining dates with Santana (see all dates below) as well as one-off festival dates, their own Peach Festival in Scranton, Pennsylvania and dates with fellow Southern rock icons, Lynyrd Skynyrd. The Allman Brothers Band play the All Good Music Festival on Saturday, July 21 in Thornville, Ohio. The line-up also includes Phil Lesh & Friends, the Flaming Lips and Bob Weir & Bruce Hornsby.

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The Allman Brothers Band have confirmed a number of American shows to take place over the coming summer.

The band have announced six co-headlining dates with Santana (see all dates below) as well as one-off festival dates, their own Peach Festival in Scranton, Pennsylvania and dates with fellow Southern rock icons, Lynyrd Skynyrd.

The Allman Brothers Band play the All Good Music Festival on Saturday, July 21 in Thornville, Ohio. The line-up also includes Phil Lesh & Friends, the Flaming Lips and Bob Weir & Bruce Hornsby.

Their tour dates with Santana are:
July 22, Darien Center, New York
July 24, Wantagh, New York
July 25, Holmdel, New Jersey
July 27, Saratoga Springs, New York
July 28, Hartford, Connecticut
July 30, Columbia, Maryland

And they play with Lynyrd Skynyrd:
August 3, Charlotte, North Carolina
August 4, Raleigh, North Carolina

The Allman’s own Peach Music Festival runs on August 10 and 11 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Also on the bill are Zac Brown Band, Warren Haynes Band and Tedeschi Trucks Band.

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