The Eagles Receive Backlash For Farewell Tour Ticket Prices

The Eagles took to their official Instagram account to post an updated version of their ‘The Long Goodbye’ tour poster with new dates added to their trek that will kick off in September. The band wrote:

“Due to overwhelming demand, second shows have been added to the Eagles’ ‘The Long Goodbye’ tour for Madison Square Garden, TD Garden, Ball Arena, Gainbridge Fieldhouse, State Farm Arena, and Xcel Energy Center.”

The caption also gave details about where fans could get their tickets and information about certain stops of the tour. It read:

“Tickets go on sale Friday, July 14th, at 10:00 AM local time at eagles.com/pages/tour. Presale tickets for the added New York and Denver shows are already on sale. Presale tickets for the added Boston, Indianapolis, Atlanta, and St. Paul shows go on sale Thursday, July 12th at 10 AM local time.”

Even though several new shows were added, in the comments section of the post, fans shared their thoughts and concerns about the prices of the tickets that go up to $500. One fan wrote:

“Really wanna see this show, but $500 tickets are brutal.”

Another fan wrote:

“Can you lower your goddamn ticket prices, please?”

For fans who might not get a chance to see The Eagles’ ‘farewell tour,’ the band’s guitarist Joe Walsh recently told the press at Ringo Starr’s Annual Peace & Love Birthday celebration that this might not be their final run. Joe said:

“I think it’s probably the next to the last tour. We’re going to play until nobody comes. And then I guess we’re done.”

You can see Eagles’ Instagram post below.

Photo Credit: Eagles – Instagram