Eagles Add Dates to 'Hotel California' 2021 Tour

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Not only are the Eagles one of the first big rock bands getting back to touring after the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic - they're also adding more dates to their next trek.

The group's Hotel California tour, initially planned to kick off in September 2021 (after being delayed from 2020), will now start this August with six newly-announced dates in New York, Boston and Washington, D.C. Fans can expect the group - founding member Don Henley, longtime bandmates Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, country star Vince Gill and the late Glenn Frey's son Deacon - to play two sets on this trek: a full-album performance of the band's beloved Hotel California album (complete with a choir and orchestra!) plus a set of other classics from their discography.

Tickets for the new shows are on sale Friday, June 18 at 10 a.m., with presales offered to American Express credit cardholders starting Monday, June 14, at 10 a.m. local times and running for a week before the general sale release. The full itinerary is listed below, with new dates in bold.

Aug. 22: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
Aug. 24: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
Aug. 27: TD Garden, Boston, MA
Aug. 28: TD Garden, Boston, MA
Aug. 31: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
Sept. 1: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.

Sept. 16: Ball Arena, Denver, CO
Sept. 18: Ball Arena, Denver, CO
Sept. 21: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Sept. 24: Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
Sept. 25: Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 1: Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN
Oct. 2: Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN
Oct. 15: The Forum, Inglewood, CA
Oct. 16: The Forum, Inglewood, CA
Oct. 19: The Forum, Inglewood, CA
Oct. 22: Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
Oct. 23: Chase Center, San Francisco, CA

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