‘The Long Goodbye’: The Eagles Announce Final Tour

The eagles fly one last time for “The Long Goodbye” final tour

On Thursday, the band announced that their upcoming “The Long Goodbye” tour will be their last after more than 50 years of touring and selling 150 million albums worldwide.


“Our bodies have taken longer than we ever dreamed possible. But there is a time for everything, and now is the time for us to come full circle. Currently, the official tour(The Long Goodbye) is in the planning stage. “

“The Long Goodbye” tour begins September 1 with Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Vince Gill, and Deacon Frey, son of the late Glenn Frey, one of the band’s founders. July 7, 2023, in New York.

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Eagles All Dates The Long Goodbye
Eagles All Dates The Long Goodbye


The band said they hoped to meet as many fans as possible on their final tour and announced 13 dates across the United States with support from Steely Dan. Don’t miss the stories. Sign up for PEOPLE’s free weekly newsletter to get the biggest news of the week delivered to your inbox every Friday.

In their announcement, the band also touched on the long and sometimes difficult journey since their formation in 1972.

The Eagles have had a remarkable 52-year journey of performing for people around the world. It keeps the music alive through disappointments, crises, and setbacks of many things,” thanks to the management team, l road crew, and musicians.

Deacon, 30, joined the Eagles on their final tour last year after announcing he was leaving the band after four-and-a-half years to “follow his own path”. He first joined the team in 2017 after his father, Glenn, died in 2016 at the age of 67.

The Eagles Announce 'The Long Goodbye
The Eagles Announce ‘The Long Goodbye


Spanning an illustrious career spanning more than 50 years and six number-one albums, the band’s 1976 album “Hotel California” and the title track of the same name is still some of their most famous and beloved music. “Every band has a peak, and that’s ours,” drummer and vocalist Henley told Rolling Stone in 2016.

Despite winning two Grammy Awards, being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, and receiving the Kennedy Center Honor in 2016, the group has made it clear that for them, everything revolves around their fans. “We welcome this band and their music. After all, you are the reason we can live past 50,” they said in the statement. “It’s our swan song, but the music continues.”

The Eagles Announce 'The Long Goodbye

Pre-order tickets and VIP packages for “Long Goodbye” can be used for all performances announced from July 12. General sales will begin at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 14.

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