Following the release of their latest album Bless Your Heart, The Allman Betts Band announce their May 2021 UK Tour. The dates include concerts in Cardiff Globe (May 7), London Garage (May 8), Manchester Academy (May 9) and Glasgow St. Luke’s (May 10).

Planet Rock will start a 48-hour ticket pre-sale on Wednesday September 30th and Thursday October 1st via Tickets will then go on general sale on Friday October 2nd from, and

When The Allman Betts Band released Down to the River in June of 2019, the debut album represented not only the first time the group had recorded together but, in fact, the first time the seven-piece ensemble had ever played together. If Down to the River was the sound of the band’s combustible sparks igniting, then Bless Your Heart is their bonfire, built for the summer of 2020 and beyond; a double-album follow-up fuelled by road-forged camaraderie and telepathic musical intensity, vibrantly reflecting the individual and collective experiences of these seven, all drawing inspiration from the band’s symbolic hometown – a place Devon Allman calls “the United States of Americana.”

A conflagration of influences and invention, confidence and ambition, Bless Your Heart captures a vast, panoramic scope throughout a baker’s dozen of modern rock. Ragged and stomping. Heady and frayed. Soaring and scorching. Generational and genteel. West Coast scenes and Gulf Coast shores. Gateways of the Midwest and swamplands of Florida. Wyoming’s Big Sky. New York’s Big Apple. Chicago’s Broad Shoulders.

Cardiff, Globe

Friday 7th May 2021

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125 Albany Rd, Cardiff CF24 3NS

London, The Garage

Saturday 8th May 2021

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20-22 Highbury Corner, Highbury East, London N5 1RD

Manchester, Academy

Sundy 9th May 2021

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Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PR

Glasgow, St Lukes

Tuesday 11th May 2021

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17 Bain St, Glasgow G40 2JZ

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