Rock band Eagles are coming to Manchester and if you haven’t already got your tickets, there’s still time.

The band will perform at Manchester’s new Co-op Live arena as part of their Long Goodbye tour on three nights this year - May 31, June 1 and June 4.

The US band is known for the hit songs Hotel California, Take It Easy, One Of These Nights, Desperado and The Best Of My Love.

They will be joined on their three-night residency in Manchester by special guests, the American rock band Steely Dan.

Eagles, currently made up of Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy Schmit, Vince Gill, and Deacon Frey, the son of the late Glenn Frey, said they have had “a miraculous 52-year odyssey, performing for people all over the globe; keeping the music alive in the face of tragic losses, upheavals and setbacks of many kinds”.

How to get tickets to see Eagles in Manchester

If you’d like to see Eagles perform in Manchester, here’s how you can grab tickets to the events.

A Co-op pre-sale has already started with fans being able to buy tickets from 10am on January 24.

Tickets are due to be available as part of the general sale on January 26 at 10am.

You can download the Co-op app ahead of the general sale via the Co-op Live website.

Eagles 'truly grateful' for long-spanning career

In the last decade, the Los Angeles-formed band have lost founding members including Randy Meisner, who died in July 2023 at the age of 77 and Glenn Frey, who died in 2016 at the age of 67.

Eagles also said: “We know how fortunate we are, and we are truly grateful. Our long run has lasted far longer than any of us ever dreamed.

“But, everything has its time, and the time has come for us to close the circle. The official farewell tour is currently underway.

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“We want to give all our fans a chance to see us on this final round. So, scheduling information will be released as dates are set.

“The difficulties of booking venues for multiple nights may require us to return to certain cities, depending on demand.

“But, we hope to see as many of you as we can, before we finish up. Most importantly, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for embracing this band and its music.

“At the end of the day, you are the reason we have been able to carry on for over five decades. This is our swan song, but the music goes on and on.”