(UPDATE 7/22/15) The Eagles will put a cap on their 2015 North American Tour next Wednesday, and the band is making plenty of noise on the secondary ticket market for its final five shows. According to TicketIQ the average secondary price for The Eagles tickets is $343.74.
The iconic rock group’s final stop at CenturyLink Center in Louisiana next Wednesday will be its most expensive remaining gig. The Eagles Louisiana tickets now average $674.91 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $291. A show at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena on Friday night will be the second top-priced show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $468.81 and get-in price starting at $73.
The Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky welcomes The Eagles’ cheapest remaining show this Saturdaynight. Tickets to the show currently average $150.69 and get-in price is $60. It will be the only show that owns a ticket average below $200. The group’s second cheapest gig comes tonight at E.J. Nutter Center, where tickets average $207.11 and get-in price starts at $71.
'History of the Eagles’ Tour Concludes This Month, Eagles Tickets Still Averaging $263 on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 7/6/15) Iconic rock and roll outfit The Eagles will begin the next leg of “The History of the Eagles” Tour this week. 12 shows are scheduled through the end of the month, and the band is generating massive ticket prices on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Eagles tickets is $263.19.
The “Hotel California” creators will play their top-priced show on July 29 at CenturyLink Center in Louisiana. Also serving as the band’s final show of tour, the average price for Eagles Louisiana tickets is currently $574.03 and the get-in price is $293. Three other shows average above $300 on the resale market – July 17 at Boardwalk Hall Arena ($361.95), July 22 at EJ Nutter Center ($322.15) and July 12 at BonSecours Wellness Arena ($316.28).
The cheapest show comes on July 15 at XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. The average price for Eagles Hartford tickets is $218.11 and the get-in price is $105. Other least expensive shows include July 20 at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore ($220.56 avg./$58 get-in), July 25 at Rupp Arena ($226.24 avg./$64 get-in) and July 13at John Paul Jones Arena ($237.54 avg./$63 get-in).
“The History of the Eagles” Tour has run over five legs since July of 2013. Also including European and Oceanic dates, the tour will officially wind down at the end of the month after two successful years on the road.
The Eagles’ North American Tour Nearing $300 Average on Resale Market
(UPDATE 5/29/15) Influential rock ‘n’ rollers The Eagles recently kicked off a North American tour, and the band is seeing a massive demand for tickets on the secondary market. Over 20 remaining dates, the average secondary price for The Eagles tickets is $287.59. The band’s most expensive show comes on July 29 at CenturyLink Center in Louisiana, where tickets own a secondary average of $630.32 and get-in price starts at $183.
A July 12 gig at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in South Carolina is the second most expensive show, with tickets averaging at $580.05 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket to that show is currently priced at $119. Conversely, The Eagles’ cheapest show will be on May 31 at Taco Bell Arena in Idaho. That show sees a median ticket price of $101.08 and get-in price is $68.
The Eagles Tickets on Upcoming Tour Nearing $300 Average on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 5/18/15) Iconic rockers and “Hotel California” creators The Eagles will officially kick off a North American tour this Tuesday at Frank Erwin Center in Austin. 24 shows are scheduled through the end of July, making notable stops in cities like Las Vegas, Miami, Baltimore and Detroit. The band is seeing a significant demand for tickets on the secondary market, too, as the average price for Eagles tickets is now nearing $300 on average.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Eagles tickets is $298.66 on the secondary market. The most expensive show will be held on July 12 at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in South Carolina. That show owns a secondary average of $590.68 and get-in price starts at $115. The band’s final show on July 29 at CenturyLink Center in Louisiana will also see tickets average above $500, with a median price of $550.49 and get-in of $181.
Only two shows will own a secondary average below $200. A May 31 stop at Taco Bell Arena in Idaho will be the cheapest gig, with tickets averaging at $122.64 and get-in price listed at $72. On July 27, the band hits Verizon Arena in Arkansas and sees a $195.41 ticket average and $84 get-in.
Boise Cheapest, Omaha Most Expensive Cities on The Eagles Upcoming Tour
(UPDATE 5/13/15) Legendary rock and roll band The Eagles will be out on the road this spring and summer, and the band is drawing considerable demand for tickets on the secondary market. Over the 24 scheduled dates between May 19 and July 29, the average secondary price for The Eagles tickets is currently $297.29.
The band will play its most expensive date of tour on its final date at CenturyLink Center in Louisiana on July 29. That show currently owns a secondary average of $494.15 and get-in price starts at $180. Conversely, the tour’s cheapest date will be on May 31 at Taco Bell Arena, where tickets see a median price of $150.98 and the cheapest available ticket is $69 on the resale market.
The Eagles Tickets Averaging Over $300 For Upcoming Tour
(UPDATE 4/30/15) In just a few weeks, the Eagles will be starting the next leg of their History of the Eagles tour. The tour will start May 19 at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas and will end on July 29 at CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana for a total of 24 shows. On the secondary market, Eagles tickets have an average price of $300.89 across all dates. The most expensive will come at American Airlines Arena in Miami, with an average price of $508.94 on July 10. The least expensive date will come on May 31 at Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho with an average price of $163.79.
The Eagles Announce Summer Tour Behind New Documentary
(3/13/15) The Eagles are hitting the road this summer behind their recent DVD and Blu-Ray documentary “History of the Eagles”. All dates will be played in the U.S.
The tour kicks off on May 19 at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. Over the first leg of tour, 12 U.S. shows will be played between May 19 and June 7. Notable stops over the month-long road stint include the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Spokane Arena in Washington and Resch Center in Green Bay.
The second leg of the tour begins on July 10 when the band travels to the American Airlines Arena in Miami. It officially wraps at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana on July 29.
Check out the full list of dates below.
“History of the Eagles" Tour Dates
5/19 - Austin, TX - Frank Erwin Center
5/20 - Oklahoma City, OK - Chesapeake Energy Arena
5/22 - El Paso, TX - Don Haskins Center
5/24 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand
5/26 - Bakersfield, CA - Rabobank Arena
5/28 - Eugene, OR - Matthew Knight Arena
5/29 - Spokane, WA - Spokane Arena
5/31 - Boise, ID - Taco Bell Arena
6/2 - Billings, MT - Metra Park Arena
6/4 - Sioux Falls, SD - Denny Sanford Premier Center
6/5 - Grand Forks, ND - Alerus Center
6/7 - Green Bay, WI - Resch Center
7/10 - Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena
7/12 - Greenville, SC - Bon Secours Wellness Arena
7/13 - Charlottesville, VA - John Paul Jones Arena
7/15 - Hartford, CT - The XL Center
7/17 - Atlantic City, NJ - Boardwalk Hall
7/18 - Buffalo, NY - First Niagara Center
7/20 - Baltimore, MD - Royal Farms Arena
7/22 - Dayton, OH - Nutter Center
7/24 - Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena
7/25 - Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
7/27 - Little Rock, AR - Verizon Arena
7/29 - Bossier City, LA - Century Link Center