Scottish Rite Auditorium welcomes Live At The Fillmore, a Tribute to the original Allman Brothers Band
Presented by the Camden County Board of Commissioners in association with BRE and the Borough of Collingswood, the Scottish Rite Auditorium welcomes Live At The Fillmore (The Definitive Tribute to the original Allman Brothers Band) on Saturday, January 29th at 8PM. Doors open at 7 PM, showtime at 8 PM.
Tickets go on sale September 30th at 10AM
Tickets are $19, $39 and $25
Tickets Available from:
or by phone at 1-800-745-3000
There are new protocols in place, per the Camden County Department of Health for all indoor events at the Scottish Rite Auditorium (Collingswood, NJ) until further notice:
- Event goers must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 diagnostic test 48-72 hours prior to the event date.
- For event goers, masks are highly recommended no matter vaccination status.
- All event staff will be required to wear a face mask.
Tickets are currently not available for purchase at the Camden County Store at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Tickets remain available online at Ticketmaster or at the Scottish Rite Box Office (in-person or by phone at 856-858-1000).
About the Band:
Bill Graham operated The Fillmore East in New York City from March 8, 1968, to June 27, 1971 featuring some of the biggest names in rock and roll. Its closing marked the beginning of the end of the ‘Golden Age of Rock and Roll’.Roll’.
The June 26 date ended with a marathon performance by the Allman Brothers Band that lasted well into Sunday morning. Also featured were bluesman Albert King, who had played the venue’s first night and the J. Geils Band, one of the most popular American touring bands of the 1970s. I was sitting tenth row center that evening and my life was forever changed.
“Fillmore East – The Final Concert” is a tribute to that legendary final night at what was aptly dubbed the “Church of Rock and Roll”.
LIVE AT THE FILLMORE(tm), considered The World’s Greatest Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band is joined by Junior Mack (original Allman Brothers Band drummer, Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band frontman and guitarist on Broadway play, ‘Lackawana Blues’) performing the music of Albert King and Bloodshot, A Tribute to The J. Geils Band.