The Eagles Oklahoma City Tickets
In their 44 years career, which includes breakups and hiatus, The Eagles have remained epitome of 70s Californian classic rock. The mega selling, arena-rock band has announced a new leg of their two years and still in counting “History of the Eagles” tour. Fresh dates have been added that will keep the band on road in spring and summer. This extravagant trek started in 2013 and matched the premiere of The Eagles documentary, of the same name. Now it will pick up from it left and will kick off with a performance in Austin. The US trip also includes a concert in Oklahoma City and the fans of the band have started buying The Eagles Oklahoma City tickets. As these rockers set the Chesapeake Energy Arena on fire, make sure you’re in attendance to witness the live fireworks.
Bringing life into the sluggish and orthodox music style of the 70s, The Eagles combined the individual talents of its members to become one of the leading acts of the era. Despite experiencing lineup changes and breakups, the band didn’t lose its appeal and finally reunited in 1994. The band made its comeback with the live album “Hell Freezes Over” that topped the Billboard chart. The Eagles proved that they were here to stay and their reunion tour was its testament. It went on to become the largest grossing tour. In 2013, following the release of their documentary, the five-piece once again hit the road on a record breaking History of the Eagles Tour. Performing in front of thousands of fans, the members create an intimate setting, sitting on stools and road cases. They have come up with a brilliant set of songs that covers all their hit numbers and some less popular tracks as well.
As the band opens with the single “Saturday Night”, the fans wait in anticipation on what’s coming next. With The Eagles Oklahoma City tickets you’ll get to listen to the live version of their rock anthems like “Tequila Sunrise”, “Love Will Keep Us Alive”, “Life's Been Good” and “New Kid in Town”. Don’t miss an epic performance by these Rock n Roll Hall of Famers.