As coronavirus cases continue to rise, the fourth-annual Allman Family Revival, originally set to take place today, December 11th, has been postponed to February 13th, 2021. Per the postponement announcement, all purchased tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date.

[11/17/20] The fourth-annual Allman Family Revival will return for its fourth year on Friday, December 11th at a new location, Nashville, TN’s iconic Ryman Auditorium.

Much like previous installments of the Allman Family Revival, this year’s show promises a very special performance by The Allman Betts Band, the outfit featuring Allman Brothers sons of Devon Allman, Duane Betts, and Berry Oakley Jr. The announcement also notes that Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie), Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), Shannon McNallyAlex OrbisonJD Simo, and Patrick Sweany will join in on the fun, with additional guests to be announced.

As the announcement notes, “This year’s show will feature songs from the Allman Betts Band’s 2020 release, Bless Your Heart and songs from their 2019 debut album, Down to the River. As always, they’ll perform classic Allman Brothers & Gregg Allman songs as well as other fan favorites sprinkled in.”

The Allman Family Revival event at the Ryman on December 11th will welcome a limited-capacity in-person audience with social distancing and other safety protocols in place. The Ryman resumed hosting limited-capacity audiences for select performances back in September.

Ticketed livestream options will also be available for fans watching from home. For in-person and streaming ticket options, or for more information on the safety protocols being followed at the Ryman, head here.

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What began as a celebration of Gregg Allman‘s 70th birthday in 2017 following the Allman Brothers Band vocalist/keyboardist’s death earlier that year has grown into a lasting year-end tradition for The Allman Betts Band. Last year’s Allman Family Revival mini-tour took the Allman Betts Band and a slew of guests to San Francisco’s The Fillmore (where the tradition began in 2017), Denver’s Mission Ballroom and, finally, New York’s Beacon Theatre, where the Allman Brothers Band famously played more than 200 times throughout their illustrious career. Check out Live For Live Music‘s photo coverage of the 2019 Allman Family Revival finale at the Beacon here.

The Allman Betts Band released their sophomore album, Down to the River, in August. Read Live For Live Music‘s full interview with Devon Allman about the new record here.