Eagles Add New Dates to 2020 "Hotel California" Tour

Vince Gill, Timothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Scott F. Crago, Deacon Frey, Joe Walsh and Steuart Smith of the Eagles perform at MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 27, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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The Hotel California is such a lovely place that Eagles are bringing it to more US cities and fans next year. Having already announced the big 2020 tour commemorating the classic 1976 album, Eagles have expanded the jaunt to now include Denver and St. Louis, as well as extra shows in Los Angeles, Dallas, and New York.

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It was earlier this month that the band revealed that it would be taking the Hotel California show--where they play the album in its entirety front to back--on tour after performing the record during a Vegas residency.

With shows now booked through late April, there's a good chance that even more dates will be added as demand to revisit the hazy days of 1976 continues to grow. Find ticket information for all shows here.

Eagles 'Hotel California' 2020 Tour Dates (new shows in bold)

Feb. 7 -- Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Feb. 8 -- Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Feb. 11 -- Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Feb. 14 -- New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
Feb. 15 -- New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
Feb. 18 -- New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
Feb. 29 -- Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
March 1 -- Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
March 6 -- Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
March 7 -- Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
March 17 -- Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
March 26 -- Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
March 28 -- Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
April 3 -- St. Paul @ Xcel Energy Center
April 4 -- St. Paul @ Xcel Energy Center
April 11 -- San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center
April 12 -- San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center
April 17 -- Inglewood, CA @ The Forum
April 18 -- Inglewood, CA @ The Forum
April 24 -- Inglewood, CA @ The Forum

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