The Eagles have extended their tour to include new dates, and QueenBeeTickets.com is featuring 2014 Eagles concert tickets at discounted prices.
Germantown, WI (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
QueenBeeTickets.com has been providing concertgoers with affordable prices for many concerts over the years, and now Eagles presale tickets are available for newly added dates in the “History of The Eagles Tour.”
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The event, which started last year, has been doing so well that the band will now be performing more concerts in the latter part of the summer and early fall. Eagles presale tickets will become available March 21, and the date for public onsales is set for March 28.
Since the news is now out that dates have been added to the “History Tour,” 2014 Eagles concert tickets are going to sell as quickly as they have been disappearing for previous shows. In late summer and fall, the legendary band will travel to such locations as Tacoma, Portland, Omaha, Grand Rapids, New York, Boston, Anaheim, and San Diego, among other cities.
The newly added dates are extending the tour from August 25 to October 4. Rock music fans who thought they would not have the chance to see the group live may now find that the musicians are coming to their town or nearby. All 2014 Eagles concert tickets will be in great demand by enthusiastic music buffs who want to be a part of the “History Tour.”
Upcoming concert dates may be the last touring events for the rock band. Since this road trip may mark the end of the band’s traveling days, it ensures that the tour will be remembered as a very significant occasion in music history. Music enthusiasts who do not yet have 2014 Eagles concert tickets in their possession will want to obtain them quickly for an upcoming show.
QueenBeeTickets.com has great prices to offer customers who are looking for Eagles presale tickets. New concert dates are likely to book solid in a short period of time, and the website can easily accommodate the rush of orders that is anticipated for remaining shows in the “History Tour.”