The Eagles Announce Farewell Tour "The Long Goodbye" to Conclude Iconic 50-Year Career

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The Eagles will be concluding their illustrious half-century career with a farewell tour called the Long Goodbye, set to commence on October 13 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

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The band announced their plans to embark on a fall U.S. tour, spanning 13 cities and running through 2025, with Steely Dan as the opening act.

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In a statement, the Eagles expressed their belief that the time has come for them to bring their journey to a close and complete the circle.

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Tickets for the tour, including the show at Little Caesars Arena, will be available for purchase starting July 14 through Ticketmaster, with a presale beginning on July 12.

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While this may not be the final performance in Detroit, the Eagles intend to cater to their audience's demand and perform as many shows in each market as necessary.

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The current lineup of the Eagles comprises Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, and Vince Gill, who joined the band after the passing of co-founder Glenn Frey in 2017.

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The band expressed gratitude towards their management team, road crew, backup musicians, and loyal fans for their unwavering support throughout their remarkable 52-year journey.

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The Eagles acknowledged their incredible fortune and extended their thanks to their fans, assuring them of the opportunity to catch them on this final tour.

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Scheduling details for the farewell tour will be released as the dates are finalized, as the band aims to accommodate the difficulties of booking multiple-night engagements.

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The Eagles shared their swan song with the world, emphasizing that while this tour marks the end of an era, their music will continue to resonate with audiences for years to come.

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Eagles, Long Goodbye Tour Dates, 2023: Sept. 7: New York, Madison Square Garden Sept. 11: Boston, TD Garden Sept. 16: Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center Sept. 20: Belmont Park, New York, UBS Arena Oct. 5: Denver, Ball Arena Oct. 9: Indianapolis, Gainbridge Fieldhouse Oct. 13: Detroit, Little Caesars Arena Oct. 17: Cleveland, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Nov. 2: Atlanta, State Farm Arena Nov. 7: Charlotte, Spectrum Center Nov. 9: Raleigh, North Carolina, PNC Arena Nov. 14: Lexington, Kentucky, Rupp Arena Nov. 17: St. Paul, Minnesota, Xcel Energy Center