After more than 50 years of touring, the Eagles have announced their final tour, “The Long Goodbye,” beginning at Madison Square Garden.
The Eagles have enjoyed a 52-year career performing for fans around the world, and now the band does too to announce her last tour, “The Long Goodbye”. More dates will follow. Advance ticket sales and VIP packages begin Wednesday, July 12 for all announced shows, while general advance sales begin Friday, July 14 at 10 a.m. local time.
“Acknowledgment and thanks go to our longstanding management team, our dedicated road team and our exceptional backup musicians for their competent and steadfast support over these many years. We know how lucky we are and we are really grateful,” the band wrote in an official statement on their website.
“Our long run has lasted far longer than any of us could ever have dreamed of. But everything has its time and it is time that we come full circle,” the group continues. “We want to give all our fans the chance to see us in these finals. Therefore, planning information will be released as soon as the dates are set. Due to the difficulty of booking multi-night venues, we may be required to return to certain cities depending on demand. But we hope to see as many of you as possible before we’re done.”
The Eagles’ “The Long Goodbye” final tour dates, with special guest Steely Dan
- 07 | Madison Square Garden—New York, NY
- 11 | TD Garden—Boston, MA
- 16 | Prudential Center—Newark, NJ
- 20 | UBS Arena – Belmont Park, NY
- 05 | Ball Arena – Denver, CO
- 09 | Gainbridge Fieldhouse—Indianapolis, IN
- 13 | Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
- 17 | Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse – Cleveland, OH
- 02 | State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA
- 07 | Spectrum Arena – Charlotte, NC
- 09 | PNC Arena – Raleigh, NC
- 14 | Rupp Arena – Lexington, Ky
- 17 | Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN
“Most importantly, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for embracing this band and their music. “Ultimately, you are the reason we have been able to carry on for over five decades,” the Eagles conclude. “This is our swan song, but the music always goes on.”