Fri
Sep 18 8:00 PM
The Eagles Pepsi Center - Denver, Denver, CO
Sat
Sep 19 8:00 PM
The Eagles Pepsi Center - Denver, Denver, CO
Fri
Sep 25 8:00 PM
The Eagles The Forum - Los Angeles, Inglewood, CA
Sat
Sep 26 8:00 PM
The Eagles The Forum - Los Angeles, Inglewood, CA
Tue
Sep 29 8:00 PM
The Eagles The Forum - Los Angeles, Inglewood, CA
Fri
Oct 2 8:00 PM
The Eagles Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
Sat
Oct 3 7:30 PM
The Eagles Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
Fri
Oct 16 8:00 PM
The Eagles Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN
Sat
Oct 17 8:00 PM
The Eagles Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN
Wed
Oct 21 7:30 PM
The Eagles American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Sat
Oct 24 7:30 PM
The Eagles Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
Sun
Oct 25 7:30 PM
The Eagles Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ

About  The Eagles

“You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave,” sang Don Henley on the Eagles all-time classic, “Hotel California”.

That same sentiment rings true for me as an Eagles fan. As a band, they broke the mold that a lot of their contemporary artists had followed during the late 60s and early 70s. Hard rock, booming sounds and fast paced rock and roll was taking off. However, the Eagles were based out of LA and they stuck to their style of soft rock, chill sounds bordering on psychedelic and it didn’t hurt to have the voice of Don Henley and the musical talent of Joe Walsh and Glenn Frey.

Like many of the greatest bands of all-time, the Eagles’ prime lasted only about a decade with a majority of their albums being released between 1971 and 1979. In total, they released six albums, all of which have since gone Platinum in multiple countries. Eagles tickets have been must-have since the band set out on the road in the early 70s. Eagles concert tour tickets offer fans a chance to get off their feet and get groovy thanks to the musical production, but with heavy, thoughtful lyrics, fans of the Eagles run through the gamut of emotions at an Eagles live show.

The endless list of hits for the Eagles comprises most of their set list on the road. “Tequila Sunrise,” “Lyin’ Eyes,” “Desperado” and of course “Hotel California” are all musts for fans when they purchase Eagles tickets. The band always complies, you just might have to stick around for the encore to hear one or two of those classics.

When it comes to album sales, few bands can compare to the commercial success that the Eagles have. The Eagles Greatest Hits (1971-1975) and Hotel California (1976) are the first and third best-selling albums of all-time in the USA. Surprising to most fans, it just goes to show how relatable the Eagles are and how easy their music is to listen to. Some might say you have no soul if the Eagles greatest hits don’t resonate with any fan of music, but you didn’t hear that from me.

From 1981 to 1995, the Eagles took a hiatus to pursue solo projects and after an extremely successful but exhausting decade in the 70s, and it gave fans a chance to miss the band and crave seeing the Eagles live in concert. Once they made their return to touring, the Eagles tickets became some of the highest selling on TicketNetwork. The Hotel California 2020 Tour is set to be one of the biggest of the year as the Eagles have promised to play their classic 1976 album “Hotel California” from front to back with a few of other hits mixed in.

“We want to provide you with about a three-hour break from the hideous 24/7 news cycle,” Don Henley told New York audience. “Something familiar in uncertain times”. Sounds like the Eagles are ready to make a point and give fans a night they will never forget.

“The band performed the album from front to back, following with a blazing, greatest hits set that had the audience at the sold-out, 13,000-seat arena constantly on its feet,” according to Billboard.com

Although their music will live on forever, the Eagles concert tour cannot continue forever. Now is the time to purchase Eagles tickets to see this majestic band perform live. Find Eagles tickets today on TicketNetwork.com.