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Eagles announce 50th anniversary stadium tour and Hyde Park show

The legendary American rock band will be supported by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss at BST Hyde Park

By Hollie Geraghty

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Eagles will play BST Hyde Park for the first time. (Photo: Press/ Ron Koch).

Eagles have announced a 50th anniversary stadium tour including a massive headline show at BST Hyde Park.

The legendary American rock band will play shows in the UK, Ireland and Europe in June 2022 to celebrate 50 years toogether.

The five-piece will take to the stage at BST Hyde Park for the first time, featuring special guests Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.

Eagles will join a legendary line up that features Elton John (June 24), Pearl Jam ( July 8 and 9), Duran Duran (July 10) Adele (July 1 and 2).

It will be the final stop off on the European tour, which will kick off in Arnhem, The Netherlands at Gelredome football stadium. The tour will also include shows at Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium, Edinburgh’s BT Murrayfield Stadium, and Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.

Tickets for BST Hyde Park will go on sale here at 9am on November 5.

See the full tour schedule below.

June 2022

17 – Arnhem, Gelredome

20 – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium

22 – Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium

24 – Dublin, Aviva Stadium

26 – London, BST Hyde Park

In December 2019 the band announced plans to play their iconic 1976 ‘Hotel California’ album in full at Wembley stadium in summer 2020 before the Covid-19 pandemic put a halt to live shows.

It was revealed last year that Eagles received Payment Protection Program (PPP) loans from the US government during the pandemic.

Reported by Rolling Stone, Eagles were among the bands that received the federal funding to support crews for current and future postponed tours, along with Pearl Jam, Guns N’ Roses and Green Day

The financial support was part of the government’s $2 trillion CARES act intended for relief to small businesses impacted by the Covid.

The loan was listed under their touring company in an effort to save 50 jobs.

Rolling Stone identified more than 50 musicians and groups across various genres among the total 660,000 recipients who were granted a loan for more than $150,000, according to data.