The Eagles Add 6 More Dates To ‘The Long Goodbye’ Tour


The Eagles have added six further dates to their ‘The Long Goodbye’ Tour.

Beginning on September 7 this year, the band which consist of Vince Gill, Don Henley, Decon Frey, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B Schmidt, will be supported by Steely Dan for all shows, including the six newly announced dates.

Having already announced dates at Boston, Newark, Madison Square Garden, and Elmont, the Eagles will now perform in New York, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Denver, Boston, and St Paul.

Tickets for this tour will go on sale tomorrow (July 14).


Announcing plans for this tour initially in a press release, the Eagles had this to say.

“The Eagles have had a miraculous 52-year odyssey, performing for people all over the globe; keeping the music alive in the face of tragic losses, upheavals and setbacks of many kinds”, the band said.

“Credit and thanks go to our long time management team, our dedicated road crew, and our exceptional backup musicians for providing skilled and steadfast support, throughout these many years. We know how fortunate we are, and we are truly grateful”. 

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They had previously confirmed that further dates would be announced. See all tour dates in full below.

The Eagles Tour Dates

7 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 
11 – TD Garden, Boston, MA 
16 – Prudential Center, Newark, NJ          
20 – UBS Arena, Belmont Park, NY      

5 – Ball Arena, Denver, CO 
9 – Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN        
13 – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI    
17 – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Cleveland, OH    

2 – State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA  
7 – Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC        
9 – PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC    
14 – Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY     
17 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN 

The Eagles will also perform at Madison Square Garden on September 8, Boston’s TD Garden on September 13, Denver on October 6, Indianapolis on October 10, and Atlanta on November 4.

The band promised in the press release to “perform as many shows in each market as their audience demands”.