Shows run this November
The Eagles featuring Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill have extended the Hotel California 2022 Tour in the US. The six new dates start November 15th in St. Louis with stops in Des Moines, New Orleans, Birmingham, and Kansas City before wrapping November 25th in Ft. Worth.
Tickets for the November concerts go on sale Friday, August 19th at 10 am local time via Ticketmaster.
The show will feature a Hotel California set accompanied by an orchestra and choir, followed by an additional set of the band’s greatest hits.
They resume the trek next month with six shows in Canada before embarking on the fall US run.
The Eagles kicked off the Hotel California concerts in 2019 to rave reviews and critical acclaim. To date, the Eagles have performed more than 40 sold out shows in 26 major US arenas, including five nights at the famed Madison Square Garden in New York City, four nights at American Airlines Arena in Dallas, and three concerts at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Earlier this year, Deacon Frey, son of the late Glenn Frey, left the legendary group after nearly five years. Deacon joined the group after his father, who co-founded the band in Southern California in 1971, passed away in 2017.
Hotel California is the third best-selling US album in history, certified 26x Platinum by the RIAA. After its release in 1976, it topped the charts and won two GRAMMY Awards for “New Kid in Town” and “Hotel California.” Several of the songs from the album have never been performed since the original Hotel California Tour. The band’s Their Greatest Hits 1971-1977 is the best-selling US album in history, with the RIAA certifying the collection at 38-times Platinum.
In today’s faddish, fractured, rock landscape, the Eagles retain an appeal that transcends both generation and genre, cementing the band’s role as enduring musical icons. As the best-selling American band of the ’70s, and one of the top-selling acts of all time, the Eagles have sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, scored six No. 1 albums and topped the singles charts five times. They have won six GRAMMY Awards, were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, in their first year of eligibility, and received the Kennedy Center Honors in 2016.