Devon Allman Band Worthing Pier

Worthing Piers Southern Pavilion, Worthing.

Devon Allman Band Worthing Pier

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This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £22.00 (£20.00)

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What a night we have for you at Worthing Pier's Southern Pavilion on Mon 15th May.

Devon returns after demanding he wanted to play the pier again!

The Devon Allman band from the USA at the end of the pier

The dirty blond hair is the same, the body posture is also the same, and there are touches in the voice that have a similar genetic connection, but Devon Allman has toiled long and hard to establish his own musical identity, separate from his mega-famous dad, Gregg Allman from The legendary band The Allman Brothers.

Devon learnt his craft through two main bands, Honey Tribe and Royal Southern Brotherhood (we also have another former member of RSB Mike Zitto playing at the Southern Pavilion on Sept 20th)

Devon’s first solo album "Turquoise" was released in February 2013. After leaving Royal Southern Brotherhood , he then released "Ragged & Dirty" with The Devon Allman Band. Devon is signed to Ruff records the legendary record label who have a stable of great artists on its books

With a touring schedule that has covered the globe recently it is an honour and a recognition of what we are trying to do down here at the Southern Pavilion with the music minded crowd who are comming to the shows that they wanted to play here.

We are talking about a night not to FORGET this guy is something else with a pedigree running through his veins with a band second to none don’t miss it. A slice of Blues rock from the USA at the end of Worthing Pier

Tickets available from or the Southern Pavilion Cafe in person

Unreserved seating and standing.

There are pillars that may restrict viewing

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Southern Pavilion the building at the sea end of the pier