Memorial Day Destin Fla | Gregg Allman Concert Gulf Place May 28
The Legendary Gregg Allman Coming to Gulf Place in Santa Rosa Beach, May 28 Gulf Place announces a portion of the proceeds from the concert will benefit the Special Operation Warrior Foundation
“We are thrilled to bring Gregg Allman to perform for the music loving audiences along 30A and fans from throughout the Southeast,” said Gulf Place Owner John Gaston. “With the timing coinciding with Memorial Day, we thought it was appropriate to honor those who serve our country. We are offering special rates for active and retired military, and are proud to donate a portion of the concert proceeds to the Special Operation Warrior Foundation.”
The Special Operation Warrior Foundation provides full scholarship grants as well as educational and family counseling to the surviving children of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corp special operations personnel who lost their lives in the line of duty. The Foundation also provides immediate financial assistance for severely wounded special operations personnel and their families.
“Gregg was pleased to hear that the show will support the families of our country’s service men and women. This is his first time visiting the South Walton and Destin area and we’re looking forward to showing him our Southern Hospitality, beautiful beaches, delectable restaurants and coastal activities as well as introducing him to some of our local military,” said venue director Jon Brooks.
Brooks went on to say “Gulf Place is ideal location on 30A to present large concerts, featuring internationally-
Gregg Allman is listed by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the “100 greatest singers of all time” and has had seven solo chart-topping albums over his 40 plus year career, including his 2011 Grammy nominated album “Low Country Blues.” Allman introduced the world to Southern Rock and a remarkable catalogue of original songs. During the show, he’ll perform classic Allman Brothers hits as well as some of his blues infused songs off his solo albums, “Low Country Blues” and “All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman.” A Florida native, Allman was born in Daytona Beach, Fla. and later lived in Jacksonville where he and his brother, Duane, launched the Allman Brothers Band in 1969.
Gates open at 3:30 p.m. and concert goers are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy lunch and shopping at Gulf Place restaurants and shops to avoid traffic. Satellite parking and shuttle service will also be available.
Tickets are on sale at www.GulfPlaceEvents.com. Early bird ticket price is $75/General Admission. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $135 (VIP Seating includes designated location near the stage and dedicated food service area), and a limited number of Platinum Seating Packages are available for $1,500 (includes meet and greet with Gregg Allman, private parking on-site at Gulf Place, a table for four near the stage and exclusive food and beverage tents with premium brand selections). Military discount is available for active and retired military and civilian contractor staff for tickets purchased before May 5 (Use Promo Code: MLTRY; must show Military ID & driver’s license at gate).
For more information call 850-502-9233 or visit www.GulfPlaceEvents.com. To learn more about the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, visit www.SpecialOps.org.
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