303-834-9384

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7pm – 1am

 

My Blue Sky

24-May-2019

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My Blue Sky

 

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm

Tickets $12 Advance, $15 at the Door

The Allman Brothers Band’s “Eat A Peach” followed on the successes of “At Fillmore East” and is the last record that Duane Allman performed on prior to his death. Carrying the torch forward, Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts wrote some of their best songs to date. The album included the classic hits “Melissa”, “Blue Sky”, “One Way Out”, “Ain’t Waistin’ Time No More”, and the live performance classic that defined the band for decades “Mountain Jam”. “Eat A Peach” defined the genres of southern rock and jam band in one historic Platinum selling release.

 

My Blue Sky is honored to perform “Eat A Peach” in its entirety followed by 90 more minutes of the music of The Allman Brothers Band and Gov’t Mule.

 

NOTE

Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Seats are limited - be sure to come early, when the doors open, if you would like a table. We highly recommend dinner reservations in the Tavern before the show for those guests wishing to enjoy dinner with us!

 
RESERVED SEATING
Dickens Tavern – Phone: (303) 834-9384
$100 VIP boxed seated areas available close to the stage – areas seat 8 comfortably - all guests must still purchase individual show tickets. This is not included in the VIP private/reserved sections. You can order off of our full tavern menu until 10 pm.
 
ALL SALES ARE FINAL – we do not provide refunds to concerts.
Online ticket price includes a $1.00 convenience fee.
Tickets purchased online will be available at Will Call on the day of the show under the name of the credit card used to purchase them.
 
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Ticket Price $13.00


 


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