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Eagles extend their Sphere residency with eight more shows

June 27th, 2024

The Eagles have announced eight more shows to extend their upcoming Sphere residency – find all ticket information and dates down below.

The band confirmed their upcoming Sphere residency earlier this month following rumours dating back to March that they were the next musicians to take on the Nevada megavenue.

Now, Eagles have announced a fresh wave of dates, which will see them play at the huge globe all the way until December 14 this year.

They will be the fourth band to take Sphere’s stage following the likes of U2, Phish, and Dead & Company, who are currently performing.

An advance artist presale will commence on July 9 at 10am (register here), whilst general ticket sales will start on July 11 at 10am. You can snag any remaining tickets here and see below for a full list of dates:

Eagles performing live – CREDIT: Getty

Eagles’ 2024 Sphere residency is:

Friday, 20
Saturday, 21
Friday, 27
Saturday, 28

Friday, 11
Saturday, 12
Friday, 18
Saturday, 19

Friday, 1
Saturday, 2
Friday, 8
Saturday, 9

Friday, 6
Saturday, 7
Friday, 13
Saturday, 14

The newly announced dates would come as an extension to their ongoing farewell shows, held as part of the ‘Long Goodbye’ tour. The final run of tour dates kicked off in September last year, and is expected to run up until 2025.

For the farewell tour, Don Henley – alongside Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Vince Gill and Deacon Frey – plan to play “as many shows in each market as their audience demands” (via Loudwire).

U2 kicked off their residency at the Sphere at the end of September 2023 to launch the venue. The ‘U2:UV Achtung Baby’ show ran for a total of 40 performances and was given a five-star review by NME on its opening night: “The buzz around this venue has swirled like a desert sandstorm in recent months as giant space helmets, the Stars and Stripes, baby faces and even the moon have been projected on to the outside of this mind boggling forum, which is situated perfectly alongside the blinding lights of the Las Vegas strip.

“Entering the inner sanctum of the Sphere for the first time and taking in the sheer scale of the screen itself, truly takes your breath away.”

This content was originally sourced and posted at NME »
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