The Eagles are playing their final 2023 concerts this weekend.
On Friday, Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 18, the 1998 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will land at St. Paul, MN’s Xcel Energy Center for two huge farewell ‘The Long Goodbye Tour’ shows with special guest Steely Dan.
“Our long run has lasted far longer than any of us ever dreamed,” the band shared on Instagram way back in July when they announced the goodbye tour. “But, everything has its time, and the time has come for us to close the circle.”
As of now, it isn’t too late to grab last-minute tickets to see Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Deacon Frey and the rest of the band close the circle in St. Paul.
At the time of publication, last-minute tickets start at $125 before fees on Vivid Seats.
Floor seats can be scooped up for as low as $158 before fees.
Need to be there to hear “Hotel California,” “New Kid In Town,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “One Of These Nights” and so many more classics live one last time?
We’re here to help.
Here’s everything you need to know about seeing The Eagles in St. Paul this weekend.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Ticket prices to see The Eagles at the Xcel Energy Center
A complete breakdown of all the best ticket prices by section for The Eagles’ Xcel Energy Center Nov. 17-18 shows can be found here:
|Xcel Energy Center concert dates||Ticket prices
|Lower level prices
|Friday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m.||$137||$181||$158|
|Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m.||$125||$136||$231|
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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The Eagles 2023-24 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets for all shows (newly announced concerts are in bold) can be found below.
The Eagles concert review
According to Variety, The Eagles “easily competes with the likes of Taylor Swift and Beyoncé for tour of the year.”
For more about Deacon Frey, Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Vince Gill and what covers the band worked into their MSG concert, you can read their thorough review here.
The Eagles band members
When you’ve been living life in the fast lane since 1971 (!), a bit of shuffling when it comes to your group’s lineup is to be expected.
Still, to this day, 75-year-old, founding member Don Henley (drums, vocals, also known for the ’80s smash “Boys of Summer), continues to tour with the group.
On the road, he’ll be joined by 75-year-old Joe Walsh (also of the James Gang), 75-year-old Timothy B. Schmit (bassist and vocalist, played with Poco), 22-time Grammy winner 65-year-old Vince Gill and the late Glenn Frey’s 30-year-old son Deacon.
Over the course of their illustrious career, the band has racked up six Grammy awards, performed over 1000 concerts and sold 150 million albums.
The Eagles set list
Now that The Eagles have returned to the road, we’ve got a better idea of what they’re playing live this time around.
Based on our findings at Set List FM, here’s what you’ll likely hear from the band when they come to a venue near you.
01.) “Seven Bridges Road” (Steve Young cover)
02.) “Take It Easy”
03.) “One of These Nights”
04.) “New Kid in Town”
05.) “Take It to the Limit”
06.) “Best of My Love”
07.) “Witchy Woman”
08.) “Peaceful Easy Feeling” (Jack Tempchin cover)
09.) “Tequila Sunrise”
10.) “In the City” (Joe Walsh song)
11.) “I Can’t Tell You Why”
12.) “Lyin’ Eyes”
13.) “Life’s Been Good” (Joe Walsh song)
14.) “Already Gone” (Jack Tempchin cover)
15.) “The Boys of Summer” (Don Henley song)
16.) “Funk #49” (James Gang cover)
17.) “Life in the Fast Lane”
18.) “Heartache Tonight”
19.) “Rocky Mountain Way” (Joe Walsh song)
21.) “Hotel California”
Most recently, jazzy rockers Steely Dan toured all over North America in summer 2022 as part of their ‘Earth After Hours Tour.’
These days, the band is led by Donald Fagen; his co-founder Walter Becker passed away in 2017.
If you want to catch up on the band’s hit (we know you do), you can hear “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” “Hey 19,” “Kid Charlemagne,” “Do It Again,” “Reelin’ In The Years” and so many more right here, right now.
Classic rockers on tour in 2023
Many of the biggest acts that defined the sound of the ’70s and ’80s are back on the road this year for another spin.
Here are just five of our favorite classic rockers you won’t want to miss live these next few months.
Need more classic rock in your life? Check out our list of the 22 biggest classic rockers in 2023 here.