On March 11th, 2020, hours before the United States came to a grinding halt due to the pandemic, The Brothers gathered at Madison Square Garden to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band. The concert would prove to be the last public outing for many attendees—as well as the musicians onstage—for over a year. This only added to the mysticism of the event that closed the book on half a century of musical tradition.

On Friday, it was announced via Rolling Stone that The Brothers’ 50th-anniversary concert is slated for a DVD/Blu-Ray/CD release. Billed as The Brothers / March 10, 2020 / Madison Square Garden / New York, NY, the multi-format release will arrive on July 23rd via Peach Records/The Orchard/nugs.net. The concert will also be available to watch on-demand for subscribers to Amazon Prime‘s growing concert footage archive, The Coda Collection.

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Featuring performances by original ABB drummer Jaimoe alongside extended Allman family members Duane TrucksDerek Trucks, Warren HaynesOteil Burbridge, and Marc QuinonesThe Brothers also sees special appearances by original pre-ABB project Second Coming keyboardist Reese Wynans as well as Chuck Leavell, who played with the band from 1972 to 1976.

“It was a one-off celebration of 50 years of the band and it was sold out. But I know a bunch of people who had tickets who didn’t come,” Derek Trucks told Rolling Stone in the days following the concert. “My parents were unable to make it. They were worried about traveling and their doctor told them not to hop on a plane to New York. So that was bittersweet in a lot of ways. You wish it had been slammed to the rafters and everyone wouldn’t have had that in the back of their mind.”

A portion of the proceeds from The Brothers / March 10, 2020 / Madison Square Garden / New York, NY will benefit The Big House Museum in Macon, GA. The location served as the Allman Brothers Band’s home from 1970–1973 and now stands as an official museum honoring the band’s legacy. Click here to pre-order the release on a variety of formats along with limited-edition merch bundles. Revisit Live For Live Music‘s full coverage of The Brothers’ 50th-anniversary concert here.