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Eagles at Rod Laver Arena. image by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Eagles at Rod Laver Arena. image by Ros O'Gorman

Eagles Add More History Of The Eagles Dates

by Paul Cashmere on June 1, 2013

in News

Eagles have added another dozen dates to their History of the Eagles tour commencing in June.

Eagles at Rod Laver Arena. image by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Eagles at Rod Laver Arena. image by Ros O'Gorman

The legendary band will now play Memphis, Nashville, Dallas, Tulsa, Lincoln, Denver, Indianapolis, Rosemount, Moline, Kansas City and St Louis as part of the tour.

The History of the Eagles tour marks the recent ‘The History of the Eagles’ DVD release which tells the history of the band by the band and former members for the first time and includes never-before seen concert footage.

For the History of the Eagles tour former member Bernie Leadon will perform for the band. Leadon was a founding member of the Eagles. He co-wrote ‘Witchy Woman’ with Don Henley.

Leadon left after the ‘One Of These Nights’ album and was replaced by Joe Walsh for ‘Hotel California’.

“History of the Eagles” 2013 Tour Dates:

Saturday            July 06           Louisville, KY                          KFC Yum! Center
Sunday              July 07           Milwaukee, WI                        Summerfest
Tuesday             July 09           Cleveland, OH                       Quicken Loans Arena
Thursday            July 11           Toronto, Ontario                   Air Canada Centre
Friday                 July 12           Newfoundland/Labrador       Centennial Park – Salmon Festival
Monday              July 15           Ottawa, Ontario                     Scotiabank Place
Tuesday             July 16           Philadelphia, PA                   Wells Fargo Center
Thursday            July 18           Uncasville, CT                      Mohegan Sun Arena
Friday                 July 19           Mansfield, MA                      Comcast Center
Monday              July 22           Washington, D.C.                 Verizon Center
Tuesday             July 23           Pittsburgh, PA                      Consol Energy Center
Thursday            July 25           Bethel, NY                             Bethel Woods Center
Friday                 6-Sep             Vancouver, BC                     Rogers Arena
Monday              9-Sep             Edmonton, AB                      Rexall Place
Wednesday       11-Sep           Calgary, AB                          Scotiabank Saddledome
Saturday             14-Sep           Saskatoon, SK                     Credit Union Centre
Monday              16-Sep           Winnipeg, MB                       MTS Centre
Wednesday       18-Sep           Minneapolis, MN                  Target Center
Friday                 20-Sep           Chicago, IL                           United Center
Saturday             21-Sep           Detroit, MI                             The Palace of Auburn Hills
Friday                 4-Oct               Lincoln, NE                           Pinnacle Bank Arena
Saturday             5-Oct               Denver, CO                          Pepsi Center
Monday              7-Oct               Wichita, KS                           INTRUST Bank Arena
Wednesday       9-Oct               Tulsa, OK                             BOK Center
Friday                 11-Oct            Dallas, TX                             American Airlines Center
Monday              14-Oct            Memphis, TN                        FedExForum
Wednesday       16-Oct            Nashville, TN                        Bridgestone Arena
Friday                18-Oct            Indianapolis, IN                     Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Saturday             19-Oct            Rosemont, IL                       Allstate Arena
Monday              21-Oct            Moline, IL                               i wireless Center
Wednesday       23-Oct            Kansas City, MO                  Sprint Center
Thursday            24-Oct            St. Louis, MO                        Scottrade Center

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