Eagles announce 2022 ‘Hotel California’ tour dates


The Eagles have announced the dates for their “Hotel California” tour of the United States.

The group, consisting of Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill, will perform eight new dates in the United States starting in February.

Each stop will feature a choir and orchestra accompanying veteran rockers for a preview of their 1976 album “Hotel California” before an intermission followed by a set of the band’s greatest hits.

In October, the Eagles confirmed huge gigs across the UK and Europe as part of their “Fifty Years” tour. Tickets are on sale for all dates now here.

The dates of the Eagles 2022 tour:

FEBRUARY
19 – SAVANAH, Georgia, Enmarket Arena (United States)
21 – CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, Spectrum Center (United States)
24 – ORLANDO, Florida, Amway Center (United States)
25 – FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, FLA Live Arena (United States)
28 – TAMPA, Florida – Amalie Arena, (United States)

MARCH
02 – RALEIGH, North Carolina, PNC Arena (United States)
04 – ATLANTA, Georgia, State Farm Arena (United States)
19 – AUSTIN, Texas, Moody Center ATX (United States)

JUNE
17 – ARNHEM, Gelredome (The Netherlands)
20 – LIVERPOOL, Anfield Stadium (United Kingdom)
22 – EDINBURGH, BT Murrayfield Stadium (United Kingdom)
24 – DUBLIN, Aviva Stadium (Ireland)
26 – LONDON, Hyde Park (United Kingdom)

The Eagles will join Elton John, Pearl Jam and Duran Duran and more at BST Hyde Park 2022.

Prior to the COVID pandemic, the group had planned to return to the UK in the summer of 2021 to bring their ‘Hotel California’ tour to Wembley Stadium in London for two nights.

The announcement came after the rockers performed the album in its entirety for the first time in their history at three sold-out shows in Las Vegas in September 2019. The show featured 77 musicians on stage, including one orchestra of 46 musicians and a choir of 22 people. .

Eagles, alongside Pearl Jam, Guns N ‘Roses and Green Day, were among the groups to receive PPP loans from the U.S. federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program during the COVID crisis last year.


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