The Eagles’ Long Goodbye Final Tour has become just a bit longer… six cities longer to be exact. The tour – a last hurrah if you will – honors 52 spectacular years of making timeless music and entertaining countless people across the world.
After all of their accomplishments, I guess it is time for them to “Take It Easy.” While their time in the spotlight has lasted longer than they ever imaged, all great things must come to an end, and in the words of the Eagles, it’s time for them to “close the circle.”
However, there’s no “Wasted Time” on this tour, with back-to-back concerts several nights. The tour is set to continue into 2025, ensuring they are able to say farewell to as many of their fans as possible.
In fact, the newly added dates include California; SoCal residents can catch the Eagles on January 5th, 6th, 12th, and 13th, 2024, at Kia Forum in Los Angeles.
While most of the success of this LA-based band was had in the ‘70s, their music has spanned generations and one can only imagine it will continue to do so long after their “retirement.” With widely popular songs such as “Victim of Love,” “One of These Nights,” “Heartache Tonight,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Desperado,” and “Hotel California,” their lyrics continue to be heard on countless radio stations and platforms as individuals sing along, letting the music transport them to another place and time.
Not that long ago, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers were on their Hotel California Tour, which presented the entire “Hotel California” album with an accompanying choir and orchestra. Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy Schmit, with the not-so-new newcomers Vince Gill and Deacon Frey, put on a great show. They have had over 50 years to perfect their performance and it shows through their precision vocals, legendary status, and heartfelt sentiments. You should still plan on having “one of those nights, one of those crazy, crazy nights” when you go to one of their The Long Goodbye Final Tour concerts.
Don’t miss this chance to see the Eagles live one last time while they perform with the musical talents of the fellow Hall of Famers, Steely Dan – of course best known for their hits “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” and “Reelin’ in the Years.”
The new cities added include Phoenix, Austin, Houston, Hollywood (Florida), Chicago, and Toronto. Tickets go on sale today!