The Eagles are officially coming to the Las Vegas Sphere: Dates and ticket details

The Eagles’ long and winding road to goodbye will go through Las Vegas this fall.

The band will become the fourth act to play the snazzy Sphere when their farewell tour, The Long Goodbye, pulls into the venue for 20 dates: Sept. 20-21; Sept. 27-28; Oct. 11-12; Oct. 18-19; Nov. 1-2; Nov. 8-9; Dec. 6-7, Dec. 13-14; Jan. 17-18 and Jan. 24-25.

Tickets for all dates through November are on sale now at A pre-sale for the December shows begins at 1 p.m. ET July 9 with the general on sale at 1 p.m. July 12. Pre-registration for tickets not yet on sale is available at Tickets start at $175 (all-in pricing).

The Eagles' Long Goodbye tour will head to the Las Vegas Sphere this fall for eight shows.
The Eagles' Long Goodbye tour will head to the Las Vegas Sphere this fall for eight shows.

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The Eagles playing the Sphere wasn't the best-kept secret. In May, James Dolan, executive chairman and CEO of Sphere Entertainment Co., mentioned on an earnings call the Eagles would be the next act to explore the creative and visual opportunities that come with playing the nine-month-old venue.

The band, which kicked off its farewell tour in September, will follow rapturously received residencies by U2, who christened the venue last fall, Phish and, currently, Dead & Company.

The Grateful Dead offshoot band fronted by Bob Weir and including John Mayer and Mickey Hart, are in the midst of a recently expanded 30-date run that will wrap Aug. 10.

All three of the acts who have parked at the Sphere have captivated crowds with awe-inspiring visual elements – rolling video that makes the room feel as if it’s moving, band images incorporated into TV sets, walls of backstage passes that envelop the inside of the venue – projected onto the 160,000-square-foot LED screen that wraps the interior.

The Eagles, currently touring Europe, have a set list stocked with their more laid-back hits in the first half (“Take it Easy,” “One of These Nights,” “Take it To the Limit”) that builds to rollicking rockers including “Life in the Fast Lane” and “Already Gone” as the show continues.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: The Eagles at the Sphere Las Vegas: Concert dates and tickets