The “Long Goodbye” journey of The Eagles has officially commenced. Starting on Thursday, September 7th, The Eagles will launch their 21-concert “The Long Goodbye Farewell Tour” at New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden. Fans of Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and company will also have a chance to catch a second encore performance on Friday, September 8th at MSG. And yes, last-minute tickets are still up for grabs, though they don’t come cheap.
As of the time of this report, the most affordable tickets we could locate were priced at $79 before additional fees on Vivid Seats. While these prices may not be budget-friendly, this could be your final opportunity to experience live renditions of timeless classics like “Hotel California,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “Take It Easy,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “New Kid In Town,” and more.
Adding to the allure of the shows, special guest Steely Dan will be sharing the stage with The Eagles on both nights.
If you’re eager to pay your respects to these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers at Madison Square Garden, here’s a comprehensive breakdown of ticket prices for The Eagles’ “The Long Goodbye Tour” MSG concerts:
|MSG Concert Dates||Ticket Prices Start At||Lower Level Prices Start At||Floor Prices Start At|
|Thursday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m.||$79||$119||$131|
|Friday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m.||$88||$146||$153|
(Note: Prices mentioned above were confirmed by The New York Post at the time of publication. All figures are in US dollars and are subject to fluctuation, with additional fees applied at checkout.)
It’s essential to note that Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices can vary based on demand, potentially exceeding or falling below face value. They also offer a 100% buyer guarantee, ensuring a secure transaction and timely ticket delivery.
For those looking for alternative opportunities to catch The Eagles, consider their back-to-back concerts at Newark’s Prudential Center on September 16th and 17th, or their performance at Elmont’s UBS Arena on September 20th. Don Henley Don Henley Don Henley Don Henley Don Henley
As The Eagles have been on the rock scene since 1971, the band’s lineup has seen its fair share of changes. Founding member Don Henley, now 75 years old, continues to drum and sing for the group. He is joined on tour by 75-year-old Joe Walsh, known for his time with the James Gang, 75-year-old Timothy B. Schmit on bass and vocals, 22-time Grammy winner 65-year-old Vince Gill, and the late Glenn Frey’s 30-year-old son, Deacon.
The Eagles’ storied career includes six Grammy awards, over 1,000 concerts, and the sale of 150 million albums.
During their previous tour, The Eagles performed their iconic 1976 album “Hotel California” in its entirety and included several other hits. Here’s a glimpse of their recent set list, provided by Set List FM: Don Henley Don Henley Don Henley Don Henley
Hotel California Portion of the Show
- “Hotel California”
- “New Kid in Town”
- “Life in the Fast Lane”
- “Wasted Time”
- “Victim of Love”
- “Pretty Maids All in a Row”
- “Try and Love Again”
- “The Last Resort”
Greatest Hits Portion of the Show 9. “Seven Bridges Road” (Steve Young cover)
- “Take It Easy”
- “Peaceful Easy Feeling” (Jack Tempchin cover)
- “Tequila Sunrise”
- “One of These Nights”
- “Take It to the Limit”
- “Witchy Woman”
- “In the City” (Joe Walsh song)
- “I Can’t Tell You Why”
- “Lyin’ Eyes”
- “Life’s Been Good” (Joe Walsh song)
- “The Boys of Summer” (Don Henley song)
- “Funk #49” (James Gang cover)
- “Heartache Tonight”
Encore 23. “Rocky Mountain Way” (Joe Walsh song)
- “Already Gone” (Jack Tempchin cover)
- “Best of My Love”
As a bonus, don’t forget to catch Steely Dan, known for their jazzy rock hits, alongside The Eagles. Steely Dan, led by Donald Fagen since the passing of co-founder Walter Becker in 2017, offers classics like “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” “Hey 19,” “Kid Charlemagne,” “Do It Again,” “Reelin’ In The Years,” and more.
For fans of classic rock, 2023 is shaping up to be a year of spectacular tours. Besides The Eagles, here are five more legendary acts hitting the road for unforgettable live experiences:
- Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
- Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band
- Billy Joel with Stevie Nicks
- Queen with Adam Lambert