Eagles Again Expand Sphere Residency in Las Vegas

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Eagles’ Vince Gill, Timothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Deacon Frey and Joe Walsh (Photo: Ron Koch; used with permission)

Eagles have again expanded their upcoming residency at Sphere in Las Vegas with yet another four shows due to “overwhelming demand.” That brings the total performances to 20 concerts over ten exclusive weekends. The run begins Friday, September 20, 2024, and now extends through Saturday, January 25, 2025. The Sphere residency will offer fans the ultimate connection to the band’s legendary catalog in an immersive experience that only Sphere can provide. Pre-sales for the newest dates begin July 23 at 10 a.m. PT here. The general on-sale will be on July 26 at 9 a.m. PT here. Tickets start at $175 and will reflect all-in pricing, meaning the ticket price listed is inclusive of taxes and fees.

These shows will utilize Sphere’s next-generation technologies, including the world’s highest resolution LED display that wraps up, over and around the audience, creating a fully immersive visual environment. The venue also features the world’s most advanced concert-grade audio system, Sphere Immersive Sound, powered by HOLOPLOT, which delivers audio with unmatched clarity and precision to every guest.

The months-long rumor of the band performing at the state-of-the-art facility at the Venetian Resort heated up on May 10 when USA Today reported on a comment made by James Dolan, the CEO of Sphere Entertainment, during a quarterly earnings call. The venue opened in September 2023 with a residency by U2. The “U2:UV Actung Baby Live at Sphere” run was eventually expanded to 40 dates at the arena-sized facility, ending on March 2, 2024.

Eagles at Sphere in Las Vegas 2024-2025 (Tickets are available here)
Sep 20-21
Sep 27-28
Oct 11-12
Oct 18-19
Nov 01-02
Nov 08-09
Dec 06-07
Dec 13-14
Jan 17-18
Jan 24-25

Since U2’s performances, Phish played four dates in April. And Dead & Co. are playing dozens of concerts to take place in May, June and July that will feature never-before-seen visual storytelling from the band, providing fans with the ultimate connection to the music through these innovative and immersive shows. [Each weekend’s three performances feature a unique setlist. Tickets for the Dead & Co. shows are available here.]

“Every time an act books the Sphere, they have to create content around it,” USA Today quoted Dolan. “We will never have an act play the Sphere that doesn’t have something compelling on the screen … I think you’re going to find (with Dead & Company) that even if you’re not a Deadhead, you’re going to love the show. And I think the same will be true for the Eagles and the next acts we bring on.”

On July 6, 2023, Eagles announced that “The Long Goodbye” would be their final tour. The band—Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey—announced they will perform as many shows in each market as their audience demands. After an extended break, they’re scheduled to resume with the first overseas dates of the tour on May 31, with multiple shows in Manchester U.K. and Arnhem, Netherlands.

Eagles’ To The Limit: The Essential Collection arrived on April 12, 2024, as a 3-CD set and as a deluxe 6-LP set on 180-gram vinyl. The title is available in the U.S. here and in the U.K. here.

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