The Eagles will bring their Long Road out of Eden Tour back to the United States for the first time in about a year with three special spring 2010 concerts.
The classic rock crew is scheduled to make its debut at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA, in the form of a three-night run. The Eagles’ first-ever performances at the 17,376-capacity venue are booked for April 16, 17 and 20.
A presale for American Express cardholders begins today, December 7, and tickets will become available to the general public starting December 14. Ticket face values for each show will range from $45 to $275, according to event listings on Ticketmaster.
The Eagles have been touring behind their latest studio album, 2007’s “Long Road out of Eden,” since spring 2008. The multi-leg tour included stops around the world, though most dates of the approximately 100-date trek were booked in the U.S. and Canada.
Before the announcement of the upcoming spring 2010, the final Eagles concert in the U.S. had been May 9 in Salt Lake City, UT. The Long Road out of Eden Tour continued internationally through the summer, through, concluding July 22 in Lisbon, POR.
(Dates are subject to change.)
|April 16, 17, 20||Los Angeles, CA||Hollywood Bowl|