BROOKFIELD, Wis., July 5, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The band's North American concert dates are booking up so fast that the tour has been extended to include more shows in Canada and the United States for the month of November. A recent documentary that aired on Showtime delved into the history of the band, and the tour is a further celebration of the group's phenomenal and hugely popular music. Fans who obtain Eagles concert tickets will have an opportunity to hear classic hits in person, and they might also hear some songs that have not been performed previously in a live format. BargainSeatsOnline.com can provide tickets on time to dedicated fans, even when seats are obtained at the last minute.
Shows that were recently added to the tour schedule include two Canadian concerts in Montreal and Toronto as well as shows in New York City, Charlotte, Greensboro, Birmingham, Tampa, Miami, and Orlando. Previously scheduled dates include events in such U.S. destinations as Philadelphia, Mansfield, Uncasville, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Chicago, Denver, Tulsa, Dallas, Memphis, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Moline. Besides the two recently added Canadian shows, the band will also travel to Ottawa, Vancouver, Saskatoon, Calgary, Winnipeg, and Edmonton.
Eagles concert tickets have been selling rapidly for all concert performances. The tour is reuniting the band members for the purpose of celebrating some of the greatest rock music in history, and devotees do not want to miss their chance to attend a live performance.
In 1998, the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Seven albums sold more than 120 million copies worldwide, and approximately 100 million of those copies can be accounted for in just the United States. They have won six Grammy Awards and five American Music Awards. Six of their albums have reached number one, and "Their Greatest Hits" was on the list of 20 best-selling recordings in the U.S. With so many albums having sold around the world, it is not surprising that the group is also recognized as one of the best-selling acts in music history. Having the band reunite for the benefit of entertaining many North American fans is quite a significant event, and it is no wonder that tickets have been disappearing to the point of selling out.
Media Contact: Superb Tickets LLC, Superb Tickets, LLC, 414-235-3381, email@example.com
News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: https://ireach.prnewswire.com
SOURCE Superb Tickets LLC