Eagles Announce First 2023 Dates

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Eagles in 2022 (L-R: Vince Gill, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit and Don Henley)

Eagles have announced the first 2023 dates of their “Hotel California” tour, with a series of shows in California, Oregon and Arizona. The band did seven Canadian concerts in September and have another seven in the U.S. in November. Since 2017, the band has been performing with a revised lineup on stage with Glenn Frey’s son, Deacon Frey, and Vince Gill, joining Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit. On Feb. 17, two days before the band began their lengthy U.S. tour, they announced that Frey would not be performing on the tour due to an unspecified illness. Six weeks later, it was revealed that he would be leaving the band “to forge his own path.”

However, on June 17, at the band’s first date of a brief tour of Europe and the U.K., Deacon Frey joined them on stage to sing three songs. He did so again on other dates. Although he was not mentioned in the announcements for the Canadian and U.S. concerts, he did appear at the September concerts.

Each show will feature Hotel California, played from beginning to end, accompanied by an orchestra and choir, along with an additional set of the band’s greatest hits. It’s speculation on our part, but it would seem likely that the group will be adding more dates. Tickets for the general public for the 2023 concerts will be available on Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. local time here.

An earlier U.S. leg of Eagles‘ “Hotel California” 2022 tour, ran for more than two dozen concerts from Feb. 19 through May 28.

Eagles 2022 Tour (Tickets are available at Ticketmaster and StubHub)
Nov 15 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center
Nov 17 – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena
Nov 19 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center
Nov 21 – Birmingham, AL – Legacy Arena
Nov 23 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center
Nov 25 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena
Nov 27 – North Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena

Eagles 2023 Dates
Feb 17 – Lincoln, CA – The Venue
Feb 19 – Portland, OR – Moda Center
Feb 21 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
Feb 24 – Thousand Palms, CA – Acrisure Arena
Feb 25 – Thousand Palms, CA – Acrisure Arena
Mar 01 – Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Arena
Mar 03 – San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena

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As the best-selling American band of the ’70s, and one of the top-selling acts of all time, the Eagles have sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, scored six #1 albums and topped the singles charts five times. They have won six GRAMMY® Awards, were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, in their first year of eligibility, and received the Kennedy Center Honors in 2016.

Related: Our 2021 Eagles review

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  1. Skelby
    #1 Skelby 10 July, 2022, 08:47

    Would’ve been nice had Deacon stayed with the band for the U. S. tour as I bought my tickets in January for the end of April date in Nashville I was fully expecting him to be a part of it.

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    • Retro
      Retro 13 July, 2022, 03:53

      Very narcissistic comment….life happens things change….get over it

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      • Whitey
        Whitey 21 August, 2022, 21:41

        I think what was narcissistic was Deacon Frey walking out on the band in the twelfth hour to “forge his own path “

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    • Mare
      Mare 6 October, 2022, 18:55

      Maybe Deacon needed to regroup, after all he lost his dad. Give him a break.

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  2. Beverly
    #2 Beverly 12 October, 2022, 15:33

    I’m going to Little Rock on November 27 in hopes to see Deacon. Saw them in Nashville earlier this year without Deacon.

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  3. v2787
    #3 v2787 20 October, 2022, 12:07

    Eagles are so smart with their scheduling. Take a look at that concert schedule. Did you notice that they NEVER do shows two nights in a row/back to back? That gives them time to rest their voices and build up their energy. I wish more bands could figure that out–but then, I suppose those greedy managers and promoters want the bands to play EVERY night so they can make more money.

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