Avett Brothers have 3 NY shows. We found last-minute tickets under $60

Most bands headline for one night at a venue and then skip town. Some do back-to-back gigs over two days.

Very few play three (!) nights of concerts in a row.

Well, unless you’re The Avett Brothers.

The folk-rock group, known for smash hits like “I And Love And You” and “Ain’t No Man,” has three consecutive performances lined up at Brooklyn’s King’s Theatre on Nov. 3-5.

Thankfully, last-minute tickets are still available.

At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets was for the Thursday, Nov. 3. show. Tickets start at $59 before fees on Vivid Seats.

You won’t have to break the bank if you’re hoping to get closer to the stage. Orchestra seats can be snagged for as low as $66 before fees.

Prices start at $65 for the Nov. 4 concert.

The Saturday, Nov. 5 show is the most expensive, with tickets beginning at $70 before fees.

All prices are subject to fluctuation.

Avett Brothers 2023 tour tickets

After their brief Brooklyn residency, the ensemble has several shows, and festival appearances lined up all over the country in 2022 and 2023.

That includes two nights at Florida’s St. Augustine Amphitheater on March 17-18 and one night stays in Marietta, New York’s Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards on May 20, as well as Lewiston, New York’s Artpark Mainstage Theatre on May 21.

On April 20-23, the Avett Brothers will play at Miramar Beach, Florida’s Moon Crush Festival alongside Jason Isbell, The Black Crowes and Trampled By Turtles.

You can click here to grab four-day passes.

A complete calendar including all dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found here.

Avett Brothers’ opening acts at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre

The group will introduce a special guest at each Brooklyn concert to open each show.

On Nov. 3, Only Son, aka the former lead guitarist for The Moldy Peaches, will kick things off for The band.

The following evening, Nov. 4, Avett Brother Seth Avett will warm things up with tracks from his recently released 10-track solo album “Seth Avett Sings Greg Brown.”

Finally, Americana singer-songwriter Alela Diane will support the group on their final night at Kings Theatre.

If you’re hoping to catch up on The Avett Brothers’ most recent output before the Brooklyn gigs, check out their 2020 album “The Third Gleam.”

“It is merely the sound of my brother and I in a room, singing about what is on our minds and in our hearts at the time,” Scott and Seth Avett said in a press release about the record.

Other huge groups on tour in 2022-23

Many singers and groups that define the sound of America are taking their heartfelt tunes all over the country this year and next.

Here are just five of our favorite can’t-miss rock and country acts you won’t want to miss live in the coming months.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Dead and Company

• Dave Matthews Band

• Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

• Tedeschi Trucks Band

source: nypost.com