Additional dates have been added to the Eagles’ “The Long Goodbye Tour,” potentially stretching into 2025.
“The Eagles have had a wondrous 52-year odyssey, performing for people all over the world. “We keep the music alive in the face of tragic loss, upheaval and setbacks of all kinds,” the band said in their initial announcement. “Acknowledgment and thanks go to our long standing management team, our dedicated road team and our exceptional backup musicians for their competent and steadfast support over all these years. We know how lucky we are and we are really grateful.”
Each of the six new dates adds an additional date to one of the previously announced markets. Here’s a look at the new dates featured on the tour listing. Tickets for these new dates are on sale now. New dates are marked with an asterisk below.
Eagles Tour Dates – The Long Goodbye
- 07 | Madison Square Garden—New York, NY
- 08 | Madison Square Garden – New York, NY*
- 11 | TD Garden—Boston, MA
- 13 | TD Garden – Boston, MA*
- 16 | Prudential Center—Newark, NJ
- 20 | UBS Arena – Belmont, Park NY
- 05 | Ball Arena – Denver, CO
- 06 | Ball Arena – Denver, CO*
- 09 | Gainbridge Fieldhouse—Indianapolis, IN
- 10 | Gainbridge Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN*
- 13 | Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
- 17 | Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse – Cleveland, OH
- 02 | State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA
- 03 | State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA*
- 07 | Spectrum Center—Charlotte, NC
- 09 | PNC Arena – Raleigh, NC
- 14 | Rupp Arena – Lexington, Ky
- 17 | Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN
- 19 | Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN*
You will find that many dates for which no additional dates have been added have gap dates. Expect more date announcements in the future. The group says this tour will likely continue well into 2024 and 2025, though despite the name, Joe Walsh doesn’t believe it will be the group’s last tour. Anyhow, you can now secure your tickets for the last tour dates of this breathtaking tour.