The Eagles announce return to Dublin next year with intimate gig

The Eagles announce return to Dublin next year with intimate gig

US rock band The Eagles have announced they will play Dublin's 3Arena next year as part of a worldwide tour.

The band will play the indoor venue on Saturday July 6.

The show will be an intimate fully seated performance.

Tickets for the Dublin gig from €89.50 including booking fee go on sale this Friday 5 October at 9am.

The tour will kick off on Sunday 26 May in Antwerp, Belgium before heading across Europe.

The band will play Cologne, Munich, Amsterdam, Zurich, Stockholm and Copenhagen, as well as dates in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow, and Dublin.

Co-founder of the band Glenn Frey sadly passed away in 2016, and his son Deacon is expected to join the band on tour next year in the place of his father.

They will be expected to play their string of classics from their long career, such as, ‘Hotel California,’ ‘Take It Easy’ and ‘Life in the Fast Lane’.

Earlier this week, the band announced the upcoming release of the 11th compilation set in their history, a box set that collects most of their recorded output.

Legacy will be released on 2 November and will feature all seven of their studio albums together for the first time, plus their three live albums along with two concert films and a Singles and B-Sides collection that includes 10 tracks.

The press release announcing the release said: "The Eagles created an indelible musical legacy over an extraordinary career that spans more than 40 years and includes six No. 1 albums, more than a dozen top 40 hits and six Grammy Awards."

"This fall, Legacy will bring together all the music that made the Eagles one of the best-selling bands in music history."