×

Eagles Add Dates to 2018 Tour

The Eagles have added 13 dates to their 2018 “An Evening with the Eagles” tour, which kicks off on March 12 in Indianapolis, Indiana. New shows have been set for March 15 in Grand Rapids, MI at the Van Andel Arena; March 19 in Kansas City, MO at the Sprint Center; a second show in Nashville, TN at the Bridgestone Arena on March 24; April 8 in Columbus, OH at the Nationwide Arena; April 10 in Lexington, KY at the Rupp Arena; April 11 in Charlotte, NC at the Spectrum Center; April 16 in Columbia, SC at the Colonial Life Arena; April 17 in Raleigh, NC at the PNC Arena; April 19 in Birmingham, AL at the BJCC Arena; a second show in Vancouver, BC at the Rogers Arena on May 11;  July 14 in Buffalo, NY at the KeyBank Center; a second show in Toronto, ON at the Air Canada Centre on July 17; and July 24 in Pittsburgh, PA at the PPG Paints Arena.  In addition, a stadium concert has been added on Friday, June 15 in Houston, Texas at Minute Maid Park with Chris Stapleton sharing the bill.

The group will be joined on the tour at certain dates by Stapleton, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band or James Taylor & His All-Star Band.

The reconfigured group – billed officially as “Don Henley, Joe Walsh & Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey” – is taking a measured approach to regaining altitude after the death of co-founder Glenn Frey, Deacon’s father, in January of last year, both in terms of timing and filling Frey’s enormous role.

Variety wrote of the first concert: “If this was a test run for whether a post-Glenn Frey version of the Eagles could pass muster, it augured well on that front, thanks to some smart choices about fill-ins for the late co-frontman. The most obvious live ringer was Frey’s 24-year-old son, Deacon,…looking and sounding spookily like the family patriarch in his most heartthrob-ish post-Troubadour days — and also put on some of the rowdier, earlier songs his father sang….Country great Gill provided as assured a recreation of Frey’s slick soulfulness on ‘Tequila Sunrise,’ ‘Lyin’ Eyes’ and ‘New Kid in Town’ as anyone could.”

 

Mon Mar 12              Indianapolis, IN                   Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Wed Mar 14              Chicago, IL                            United Center

Thu Mar 15               Grand Rapids, MI                Van Andel Arena

Sun Mar 18               St. Louis, MO                        Scottrade Center

Mon Mar 19              Kansas City, MO                  Sprint Center

Wed Mar 21              Des Moines, IA                     Wells Fargo Arena

Fri Mar 23                 Nashville, TN                        Bridgestone Arena

Sat Mar 24                Nashville, TN                        Bridgestone Arena

Sun Apr 08               Columbus, OH                      Nationwide Arena

Tue Apr 10                Lexington, KY                       Rupp Arena

Wed Apr 11                Charlotte, NC                       Spectrum Center

Sat Apr 14                  Orlando, FL                          Camping World Stadium (with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band)

Mon Apr 16               Columbia, SC                        Colonial Life Arena

Tue Apr 17                 Raleigh, NC                           PNC Arena

Thu Apr 19                Birmingham, AL                  BJCC Arena

Sat Apr 21                  Miami, FL                             Hard Rock Stadium (with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band)

Thu May 10               Vancouver, BC                     Rogers Arena

Fri May 11                 Vancouver, BC                      Rogers Arena

Mon May 14              Calgary, AB                           Scotiabank Saddledome

Tue May 15                Edmonton, AB                     Rogers Place

Fri Jun 15                  Houston, TX                         Minute Maid Park (with Chris Stapleton)

Sun Jun 17                Tulsa, OK                               BOK Center

Wed Jun 20              New Orleans, LA                  Smoothie King Center

Sat Jun 23                 Arlington, TX                       AT&T Stadium (with Chris Stapleton)

Thu Jun 28               Denver, CO                           Coors Field (with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band)

Sat Jun 30                 Minneapolis, MN                Target Field (with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band)

Sat Jul 14                   Buffalo, NY                           KeyBank Center

Sun Jul 15                 Toronto, ON                         Air Canada Centre

Tue Jul 17                  Toronto, ON                         Air Canada Centre

Fri Jul 20                  Boston, MA                           TD Garden

Tue Jul 24                 Pittsburgh, PA                     PPG Paints Arena

Thu Jul 26                Washington, DC                  Nationals Park (with James Taylor & His All-Star Band)

Sat Jul 28                  Philadelphia, PA                  Citizens Bank Park (with James Taylor & His All-Star Band)

 

More Music

  • On, US singer Iggy Pop performs

    Iggy Pop to Drop 'Somber and Contemplative' New Album, ‘Free,’ in September

    Iggy Pop today confirmed the title and release date of his first new album in three years, “Free,” which comes out Sept. 6 on Loma Vista Records. While it follows 2016’s “Post Pop Depression,” a hard-rocking collaboration with Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme that was the highest-charting album of Pop’s 50-year-plus career, according the [...]

  • Tommy JamesCousin Brucie 3rd Annual Palisades

    Tommy James Biopic 'Me, the Mob and the Music' in Development (EXCLUSIVE)

    Pop music star Tommy James and film producer Barbara DeFina are developing the biopic “Me, the Mob and the Music,” based on James’ autobiography. DeFina, whose credits include Martin Scorsese’s “Casino” and “GoodFellas,” and James have tapped three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall to helm the film adaptation from a screenplay by Matthew Stone (“Intolerable [...]

  • 'Between Me and My Mind' Review:

    Film Review: Trey Anastasio in 'Between Me and My Mind'

    Trey Anastasio doesn’t look like a rock star. With his thick rimless glasses and flop of sandy red hair, you might say he resembles John Sebastian, but really, he looks like a mashup of Mike White and Jon Cryer and the filmmaker Chris Smith. He’s an appealingly ordinary shaggy-geek dude, like some guy you might [...]

  • Paul McCartney Has Penned Score for

    Paul McCartney Has Been Secretly Writing an 'It's a Wonderful Life' Musical

    The pop superstar who once released a movie and album called “Give My Regards to Broad Street” really does have designs on Broadway, after all. It was revealed Wednesday that Paul McCartney has already written a song score for a stage musical adaptation of the 1946 Frank Capra film classic “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The [...]

  • Haim Saban

    Haim Saban Pledges to Invest $500 Million to Launch Music Label

    Businessman, investor and philanthropist Haim Saban, who heads the Saban Capital Group, has pledged to invest $500 million to launch a record label. Saban Music Group (SMG) will be led by music executive Gustavo Lopez and focus on “international A&R, artist development and strategically supporting a 360 model for artists,” reads a release announcing SMG, [...]

  • Dunkirk

    Harry Styles Is the Perfect Prince Eric; Why He'd Rock 'Little Mermaid' Role

    Could Harry Styles be the perfect Prince Eric? One day after the announcement that the One Direction star is “in early negotiations to play the iconic ‘Little Mermaid’ role,” the internet exploded with speculation as to how he would portray the object of Ariel’s affections. “I can see lots of reasons why Harry is perfect,” [...]

  • Plume of black smoke rising from

    Universal Music Files Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit From Artists Claiming Fire Damage

    Universal Music Group filed a motion on Wednesday to dismiss a class-action lawsuit from attorneys representing Soundgarden, Hole, Steve Earle and the estates of Tupac and Tom Petty over master recordings reportedly destroyed in a 2008 fire, the extent of which was revealed last month in a New York Times article. UMG argues that the musicians cannot pursue a [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content