With the support of an orchestra and choir, the Eagles will bring one of the classic rock albums to the Little Caesars Arena stage on March 24.
“Hotel California” will be the showpiece when Don Henley and his company perform the 1976 album in its entirety, the band announced on Thursday. The Detroit stop is one of the newest dates on the Eagles’ ongoing memorial tour, which kicked off in 2019.
The nine-track “Hotel California” cycle—featuring some of the band’s biggest hits and album versions rarely performed live—will be followed by a string of other Eagles hits.
Tickets for the Eagles’ Little Caesars Arena concert go on sale at 10 a.m. January 14 through Ticketmaster. Several presale opportunities will be activated at 10am January 13th.
Shows were also announced Thursday in Chicago, Philadelphia, Nashville and several other markets.
The Eagles’ latest touring incarnation is led by band co-founder Don Henley, joined by longtime members Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, along with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey – son of the late Glenn Frey, native of Royal Oak.
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