UPDATE Nov. 8, 2023
Eagles have announced another batch of dates to the band’s “Long Goodbye” tour, with shows in Palm Springs, California; St. Louis; Omaha, Nebraska; Tulsa, Oklahoma; New Orleans; Orlando, Florida, and an encore performance in Charlotte, North Carolina:
Tuesday, Jan. 16 – Palm Springs, CA / Acrisure Arena
Tuesday, Feb. 6 – St. Louis, MO / Enterprise Center
Saturday, Feb. 10 – Omaha, NE / CHI Health Center Omaha
Tuesday, Feb. 13 – Tulsa, OK / BOK Center
Saturday, Feb. 17 – New Orleans, LA / Smoothie King Center
Monday, Mar. 4 – Orlando, FL / Amway Center
Saturday, Mar. 16 – Charlotte, NC / Spectrum Center
Six more stops have been added to the lengthy itinerary of Eagles’ “Long Goodbye” tour.
The newly announced leg of the Live Nation-promoted tour begins January 19 at Phoenix’s Footprint Center and includes plays in Austin; Houston; Hollywood, Florida; Chicago and Toronto. See routing details below.
Steely Dan is scheduled to support.
The presale begins 10 a.m. local November 1 and will run through close of business November 2.
Curated travel packages for the Phoenix and Chicago stops, including hotel accommodation, are available through travel.ticketmaster.com beginning 10 a.m. local November 1.
Eagles have committed to satisfying demand in each market, which may require multiple dates and return trips in some cases. The band expects the undertaking will require the tour to push into 2025.
Eagles made it to No. 8 on Pollstar’s Top Top Touring Artists Of The Pollstar Era (examining headline shows performed between July 1980 and July 2022) with a gross of more than $1.3 billion. The band finished No. 13 on Pollstar’s 2022 Year End Top Tours North American chart with a gross of more than $85.1 million and a total of 397,923 tickets sold.
More recently, a September 20 show at UBS Arena in Elmont, New York, grossed $3,180,887 on a 12,512-ticket sell-out, an average price of $254.23.
Earlier this month Eagles announced four nights at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California, Jan. 5-6 and Jan. 12-13.
Eagles are managed by Irving Azoff at Full Stop. The band is repped by CAA’s Rick Roskin.
The Long Goodbye Tour New Dates
Friday, January 19 Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center
Friday, February 2 Austin, TX Moody Center
Friday, February 16 Houston, TX Toyota Center
Friday, March 1 Hollywood, FL Hard Rock Live
Friday, March 8 Chicago, IL United Center
Wednesday, March 13 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena