ABB doesn’t plan to add any additional shows though some standing-room only tickets for some of the dates might become available at $50.

It’s not wise for procrastinators to drag their feet to the box office; last year, the Allman Brothers sold out all 13 dates, grossing almost $2.3 million – so get ‘em while you can.

The band will have a somewhat different look this year since lead guitarist Dickey Betts acrimoniously split with the group in 2000. Drummer Butch Trucks’ nephew, slide guitar wiz Derek Trucks, takes the stage along with special guest guitarist Warren Haynes of Gov’t. Mule.

Those who miss out may have to settle for the next best thing; the band recently issued a live CD of past shows called Peakin’ At The Beacon.