The Eagles continue to expand their 2019 world tour. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers have announced a winter mini-tour of Australia and New Zealand, which will take place from late February through mid-March.
The six-time Grammy winners unveiled the new dates on Oct. 3 via Facebook on the heels of announcing a 14-city summer tour of Europe last week. Dubbed “Eagles World Tour 2019,” the visit marks the “Hotel California” hitmaker's first return to Australia and New Zealand since wrapping up their History of the Eagles Tour on Feb. 15, 2015, in Auckland, NZ.
The 2019 winter romp begins on Feb. 26 in Auckland, New Zealand, at Spark Arena. The “Hotel California” hitmakers will visit Dunedin, New Zealand, before heading to Australia for stops in Melbourne and Brisbane with the trek Down Under wrapping up March 13 in Sydney, Australia, at Qudos Bank Arena.
Select presales will begin on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 12:00 pm. local time. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, Oct. 15 at 12:00 p.m. local time. For more information, click here.
The multi-platinum sellers will be touring in support of the upcoming release of their career-spanning collection “Legacy,” which will hit shelves Nov. 2 via Rhino Entertainment. The comprehensive collection contains their entire studio album collection from 1972 through 2007 plus multiple bonus offerings and is available for preorder here in12-CD/DVD or 15-LP editions.
Fans in the U.S. still have time to catch legendary Los Angeles rockers during the nine remaining dates of their “An Evening With The Eagles” trek through North America. The fall leg continues Oct. 6 in Hartford, CT, at XL Center with a visit on Oct. 20 in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena before wrapping up their 2018 road schedule on Dec. 7 in Honolulu at Aloha Stadium. Grab your Eagles tickets now at AXS.
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Feb. 26 - Auckland, New Zealand - Spark Arena
March 02 - Dunedin, New Zealand - Forsyth Barr Stadium
March 05 - Melbourne, Australia - Rod Laver Arena
March 09 - Brisbane, Australia - Brisbane Entertainment Centre
March 13 - Sydney, Australia - Qudos Bank Arena