The Eagles and Jimmy Buffet are coming to Colorado

Joann Johnston
November 21, 2017

Can't decide whether to spend your next vacation at the "Hotel California" or wasted away in "Margaritaville"?

Tickets for the show will go on sale to the general public starting Saturday, December 2nd at 10 a.m., with American Express card members being able to purchase tickets starting Tuesday, November 28th at 10 a.m.

That's when the legendary American rock band will play Rogers Arena in Vancouver, as part of a North American tour announced Tuesday (Nov. 21). The website does not show ticket prices at this time.

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Deacon Frey, the son of Eagles lead singer and co-founder Glenn Frey, will step in for his father, who died a year ago. Frey's 24-year-old son Deacon Frey will sing some of his father's songs on the tour. Nashville music maestro Vince Gill has also been recruited to add twang and harmony to the Eagles' lineup.

Jimmy Buffett and his band are perennial outdoor concert favorites, drawing legions of his fans known as Parrotheads.

The Eagles last outdoor rock show in Minnesota was August 1, 1978 at Metropolitan Stadium.

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