The Allman Brothers Band reunion show taking place on March 10 at Madison Square Garden will be available as a live stream pay-per-view.

Billed under the name “The Brothers,” the show can be viewed on for $29.99 in HD and $49.99 in 4K.

In a statement on the show, guitarist Warren Haynes said, “This is going to be a really special evening. We’re all very happy that even those not able to be inside the Garden will be able to share it with us.”

The show was first announced in early January. In addition to Haynes, “The Brothers” will feature drummer Jaimoe Johanson, guitarist Derek Trucks, bassist Oteil Burbridge and percussionist Marc Quinones. Also confirmed for the show is drummer Duane Trucks, organist Reese Wynans and pianist Chuck Leavell.

Haynes told Rolling Stone at the time of the show’s announcement, “It’s a way of honoring 50 years of the band and honoring Duane [Allman], Gregg [Allman], Berry [Oakley] and Butch [Trucks] and the music they created. That music deserves a 50th anniversary celebration. Most rock bands never thought they’d even see their 50th anniversary. And, of course, this one didn’t. So in a way, this brings some sort of closure.”

33 Albums That Turn 50 in 2020

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well-versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice. #TransRightsAreHumanRights