Eagles Add California Dates to The Long Goodbye Tour: Here’s How to Score Tickets


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Don’t pack you bags yet, rock fans! We’re getting an even bigger extension at the “Hotel California” as the Eagles have added more dates in California to their farewell tour The Long Goodbye.

Wednesday (Oct.4) marked the third time since first announcing their tour that the band has added more dates to its lineup. Now, fans will have additional opportunities to purchase tickets to go and see the rock stars live in concert. The newly added dates are Jan. 4 and Jan. 5, 2024, at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

The group took to Instagram to make an official announcement about the tour extension, titling the new dates as “The California Concerts.”

“The Eagles have added ‘The California Concerts’ to the band’s ‘Long Goodbye’ tour in 2024 at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on Friday, January 5th and Saturday, January 6th,” the caption read.

If you’re looking to score tickets to the newly added dates, mark your calendar for Wednesday (Oct. 11) at 10 a.m. PT, which is when presale tickets go on sale. You can also try to get regular sale tickets on Thursday (Oct. 12) at 10 a.m. PT.

As an added bonus, this will also be the first time fans traveling to L.A. to see the band play can purchase specially curated travel packages, which includes tickets and hotel accommodations. The packages will go on sale during the general ticket sale on Friday. You can learn more about them through Ticketmaster here.

Tickets for the rest of the dates are currently on sale, which you can purchase through Ticketmaster and resale sites including Vivid Seats, Seat Geek and Stub Hub. Prices range from around $110 and up, depending on the date.

The Eagles Long Goodbye Tour Tickets
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Don’t wait too long though, as the demand for tickets are high and supply won’t be available for long.

See the band’s tour update below.

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