In the wake of the news that guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks will be leaving The Allman Brothers Band at the end of 2014, the group looks like it's prepared to make this year an especially eventful one. The Allmans recently confirmed the dates for the third annual edition of their Peach Music Festival and also has just announced that they'll be one of the headliners at the second annual Lock'n Festival.
This year's Peach Music Festival will take place August 14-17 at the Montage Mountain water park in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Allmans will headline two of the event's four days, while a lineup for the fest has yet to be revealed. A variety of ticket packages, including specially priced "early bird" passes, are available now at ThePeachMusicFestival.com .
The 2014 Lock'n Festival, meanwhile, will be held September 4-7 at Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, Virginia. The Allman Brothers Band is expected to perform during one of the event's four days. Only two other confirmed acts currently are on the bill, Phil Lesh & Friends and Widespread Panic , who both will play two dates during the fest. Ticket packages are on sale now at LocknFestival.com .
First up for The Allman Brothers is their previously announced residency at New York City's Beacon Theatre, which runs from March 7 through March 22. Following that, the band is scheduled to perform on the final two nights of their annual Wanee Festival, taking place in Live Oak, Florida, on April 10-12. A full lineup for the three-day extravaganza will be announced on Monday.
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