The Eagles Announce Fall Residency Set at Las Vegas' Sphere

The four-weekend residency at the famed venue promises fans the “ultimate connection” to the rock band’s legendary catalog

<p>Kevin Mazur</p> Eagles

Kevin Mazur


The Eagles are landing in Las Vegas' Sphere this fall for their upcoming residency.

On Thursday, June 13, the legendary rock band — comprised of members Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Vince Gill and Deacon Frey (son of late founding member Glenn Frey) — announced dates for eight shows across four weekends, kicking things off on Sept. 20.

<p>Kevin Mazur</p> Eagles Residency

Kevin Mazur

Eagles Residency

Per a press release, the Vegas residency, which promises fans “the ultimate connection” to the group’s iconic catalog — including their acclaimed 1976 Hotel California album — with an “immersive” live experience, concludes on Oct. 19.

Pre-sale tickets will be available on June 18 at 10 a.m. PT, while general sale tickets go live on June 21 at 10 a.m. PT at

<p>Kevin Mazur</p> Eagles

Kevin Mazur


News of the Eagles’ Vegas residency comes almost a year after the band announced their last-ever tour, The Long Goodbye. “Our long run has lasted far longer than any of us ever dreamed. But, everything has its time, and the time has come for us to close the circle,” the band shared in an emotional statement following 50+ years of touring, countless chart-topping singles and 150 million albums sold worldwide.

“The Eagles have had a miraculous 52-year odyssey, performing for people all over the globe; keeping the music alive in the face of tragic losses, upheavals and setbacks of many kinds,” they added, also thanking their management team, road crew and backup musicians.

Their tour began with 13 initial dates before the rock band — formed in the fall of 1971 — extended it with two more 2024 Los Angeles shows to commemorate the 10th anniversary of their epic six-show residency at the Kia Forum.

<p>Kevin Mazur</p> Eagles

Kevin Mazur


The tour announcement came just a few short weeks before founding Eagles member and bassist Randy Meisner died from complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He was 77 years old.

"Randy was an integral part of the Eagles and instrumental in the early success of the band," the group said in a brief statement following the musician’s death. "His vocal range was astonishing, as is evident on his signature ballad, ‘Take It to the Limit.'”

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During the Eagles’ prime, the band released seven studio albums, plus a best-of compilation titled To the Limit: The Essential Collection, which was released in January 2024. Looking back on the group’s legacy and discography — which fans will soon hear from Vegas’ Sphere — earlier this year, Henley told Louder, “The songs have taken on a life of their own.”

“We’re only curating them,” he continued. “We’re just the vehicle for presenting these songs to the people. We’ve come to realize what these songs mean to people, and how they’re part of their lives. You could call it nostalgia, and there’s nothing terrible about that, especially in times like these, when things are so unhinged and crazy. I think it gives people two and a half hours of relief from the crazy, chaotic world outside. Especially in America.”

See all dates for the Eagles’ Vegas residency below.

Friday, Sept. 20

Saturday, Sept. 21

Friday, Sept. 27

Saturday, Sept. 28

Friday, Oct. 11

Saturday, Oct. 12

Friday, Oct. 18

Saturday, Oct. 19 

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