The Eagles have been around for decades, but they are still rocking out, still filling stadiums, and still thrilling their legions of fans in a way few bands have managed to accomplish. With their unique combination of country crooning, folk ballad writing, pop sensibilities, blues influence, and straight-out rock and roll, the Eagles have achieved success on a global scale, and now they are bringing their show to the stages of Los Angeles for what is sure to be a series of sold-out shows.
With hits like Hotel California, New Kid in Town, Lyin Eyes, The Last Resort, I Can’t Tell You Why and many more too numerous to mention, the Eagles have a back catalog vast enough to fill hundreds of setlists, and the hardest part for the band may be whittling that set down to just a few short hours. The vast catalog also means, however, that every fan in attendance, every one of those tens of thousands, is likely to hear at least a few of their favorites.
The members of the Eagles, including standout stars Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, and the company will be rolling into Los Angeles and taking the city by storm. For this leg of their world tour, the Eagles will be hitting the stage at the famous Forum in Inglewood California, just a short drive from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and just a short way from the skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles.
Tickets are already on sale for the upcoming show, but they are going fast. Like many an Eagles concert before it, this stop in the Los Angeles area is likely to be a sellout, so fans should act quickly if they do not want to be disappointed. In addition to the standard seat Eagles fans might want to look into the many VIP packages the Forum offers exclusive opportunities that include prime seats and other perks.
The Eagles are one of those iconic bands, the kind whose influence expands beyond a single generation. As you settle into your seat and get ready for the first strains of Hotel California to begin, you will probably see fans from the 1960s and 1970s, along with their kids and grandkids, all brought together by their love of exceptional music and musical camaraderie.