- $10 for two general admission tickets (up to $26.06 value)
Live at the Fillmore: Allman Brothers Tribute Band
- Playing Live at the Fillmore, the iconic album from the Allman Brothers, in its entirety.
- Where Live at the Fillmore got its name: from the legendary concert hall where the Allman Brothers Band often played
- Lead singer and band founder Lou Maresca’s vision of the tribute band: “[it’s] the continuation of my devotion to performing the music of the original Allman Brothers Band as it was performed in those early years.”
- Songs you may hear: “Statesboro Blues,” “Hot’Lanta,” and “Jessica,” a song about a woman named Susan
- What Debbie Calton of Philadelphia’s 102.9 WMGK calls Live at the Fillmore: “The ultimate Allman Brothers tribute band.”