Eagles Extend ‘Long Goodbye’ Tour with Second Shows in Four Cities

In a surprising development for Eagles fans, the iconic rock band has expanded its "Long Goodbye" tour by adding second concerts in four cities. This move has generated considerable excitement among concert-goers and underscores the enduring popularity of the Eagles’ music. Here’s a closer look at the tour’s expansion and what fans can expect:


Additional Shows in Four Cities

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The newly added concerts will take place in the following cities:

  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Austin, Texas
  • Toronto, Canada

This expansion is a testament to the band’s commitment to its fans and their desire to bring their music to even more listeners.

Steely Dan Returns as Opening Act

Steely Dan Joins the Eagles on Their Final Tour, “The Long Goodbye”

At the start of the Eagles’ tour, Steely Dan had the honor of serving as the opening act. However, due to health concerns affecting Steely Dan’s frontman, Donald Fagen, the band had to step away temporarily. Since then, the tour has seen several notable artists fill in, including Sheryl Crow, Steve Miller, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and even a touring member of the Eagles, Vince Gill.

Fans of Steely Dan can look forward to their return to the opening slot starting on November 7th in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Tour Dates

Here is a list of the updated tour dates, including the newly added shows:

Date City Venue
Nov. 4, 2023 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
Nov. 7, 2023 Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center
Nov. 9, 2023 Raleigh, NC PNC Arena
Nov. 14, 2023 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena
Nov. 17, 2023 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
Nov. 18, 2023 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
Jan. 5, 2024 Los Angeles, CA Kia Forum
Jan. 6, 2024 Los Angeles, CA Kia Forum
Jan. 12, 2024 Los Angeles, CA Kia Forum
Jan. 13, 2024 Los Angeles, CA Kia Forum
Jan. 19, 2024 Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center
Jan. 20, 2024 Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center
Feb. 2, 2024 Austin, TX Moody Center
Feb. 3, 2024 Austin, TX Moody Center
Feb. 16, 2024 Houston, TX Toyota Center
March 1, 2024 Hollywood, FL Hard Rock Live
March 2, 2024 Hollywood, FL Hard Rock Live
March 8, 2024 Chicago, IL United Center
March 9, 2024 Chicago, IL United Center
March 13, 2024 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena
March 14, 2024 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena

The newly added dates are highlighted in bold.

Eagles’ Resilience

The Eagles’ "Long Goodbye" tour showcases the band’s resilience in the face of challenges. Although Glenn Frey’s absence is deeply felt, the remaining members, led by Don Henley, have continued to deliver their iconic sound and bring joy to their legions of fans.

Don’t miss the chance to witness this legendary band in action. Check the Eagles’ official website for more information about ticket availability and be part of their "Long Goodbye" tour experience.

For fans of classic rock, the Eagles’ "Long Goodbye" tour promises unforgettable nights filled with timeless music and memories that will last a lifetime.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to catch the Eagles in concert as they add second shows to four ‘Long Goodbye’ tour stops.

Eagles’ Resilience Amidst Lineup Changes

When do the Eagles ‘Long Goodbye’ Tour start in 2024?

The Eagles have included a special event, "The California Concerts," as part of their highly-anticipated "Long Goodbye" tour in 2024. This event is scheduled to take place at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on two consecutive days, specifically on Friday, January 5th and Saturday, January 6th. Fans eager to secure their tickets should be aware of the presale, which begins on Wednesday, October 11th at 10 AM PDT. The general ticket on-sale will follow on Friday, October 13th at 10 AM PDT. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this unforgettable tour experience.

When do Eagles ‘the Long Goodbye’ tickets go on sale?

For fans eagerly anticipating the Eagles’ "The Long Goodbye" tour, the wait is nearly over. Presale tickets for the newly added shows in Boston, Indianapolis, Atlanta, and St. Paul are set to become available on Thursday, July 12th at 10 AM local time. The excitement doesn’t stop there, as due to overwhelming demand, additional shows have been added at notable venues, including Madison Square Garden, TD Garden, Ball Arena, Gainbridge Fieldhouse, State Farm Arena, and Xcel Energy Center. Secure your tickets promptly to be part of this unforgettable tour.

Are the Eagles doing a ‘Long Goodbye’ tour in Austin?

Yes, the Eagles are extending their final tour, aptly named "The Long Goodbye," in Austin to meet the overwhelming demand. A second show has been added at the Moody Center, providing fans in Austin with the opportunity to catch the legendary band live. Stay tuned for more details on this exceptional tour experience.

Are the Eagles on a farewell tour?

Indeed, the Eagles are currently embarked on a farewell tour that’s projected to continue into 2025. This week, the band revealed a new show at Austin’s Moody Center, demonstrating their commitment to providing fans with more opportunities to experience their iconic music. Keep an eye out for further updates as the tour unfolds.

Is the ‘The Long Goodbye’ the Eagles’ last tour?

The legendary rock band, The Eagles, has expanded what they’re referring to as their "The Long Goodbye" final tour with the inclusion of six additional dates, including Chicago. The band’s initial tour announcement expressed their surprise at the remarkable longevity of their musical journey. Stay tuned for more information as they continue to bid farewell in style.

Will the Eagles tour again in 2024?

In a heartfelt statement, the band acknowledged the remarkable longevity of their musical journey, noting that "everything has its time." While the Eagles are closing this chapter, they’re not finished just yet. New shows are set for their winter 2024 run, spanning locations in California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Illinois, and Toronto. Fans can look forward to more incredible performances in the year ahead.

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