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Eagles “History of the Eagles” Tour - 2nd Auckland show

Eagles “History of the Eagles” Tour

2nd and Final Auckland Show Added to Meet Huge Demand

After a twenty-year absence the Eagles are making up for lost time.

Following the original Mt Smart Stadium concert selling out in a matter of minutes, Frontier Touring are thrilled to confirm that negotiations for a second concert have been successful and the Eagles are set to perform a second and final concert at Mt Smart Stadium on Sunday 15 March 2015.

The Eagles are bringing their critically acclaimed ‘History of the Eagles’ World Tour to Australia and New Zealand in February/March 2015.

The legendary ‘Hotel California’ outfit will perform their career-spanning “History Of the Eagles” concerts, which sees members Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B Schmit deliver an incredible three-hour songfest of classic Eagles hits, including tracks the band had never previously performed live.

Including celebrated favourites such as ‘Desperado’, ‘Take It Easy’, ‘New Kid In Town’, ‘Lyin’ Eyes’ and ‘Take It To The Limit’, the “History Of The Eagles” global trek has already elated fans across the USA and Canada since their latest world jaunt kicked off in July 2013.

Last in New Zealand in 1995, the “History Of the Eagles” tour is a mammoth production spanning the globe – and a show for fans to remember.

Don’t miss your chance to see the Eagles make history!


American Express Card Members pre-sale: Mon 23 June noon NZST to Thu 26 June Noon NZST - or until pre-sale allocation is exhausted.

Frontier Members pre-sale via
Thu 26 June 2pm NZST to Fri 27 June 2pm NZST - or until pre-sale allocation is exhausted.

General public on sale Tuesday 1 July Noon NZST

Wed 18 Feb: Perth | Perth Arena (All Ages) | 132 849

Sun 22 Feb: Melbourne | Rod Laver Arena SOLD OUT!
Tue 24 Feb: Melbourne | Rod Laver Arena ON SALE NOW! | 132 849

Sat 28 Feb: Macedon | Hanging Rock (All Ages) | 136 100

Mon 2 Mar: Sydney | Qantas Credit Union Arena (All Ages) | 132 849

Wed 4 Mar: Sydney | Allphones Arena (All Ages) | 132 849

Sat 7 Mar: Hunter Valley | Hope Estate (All Ages) | 136 100

Tue 10 Mar: Brisbane | Entertainment Centre SOLD OUT!
Wed 11 Mar: Brisbane | Entertainment Centre ON SALE NOW! | 132 849

Sat 14 Mar: Auckland | Mt Smart Stadium SOLD OUT!
Sun 15 Mar: Auckland | Mt Smart Stadium NEW SHOW! | 0800 111 999 | |

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