The Eagles Takes Its Final Bow With Residency At The Las Vegas Sphere: REPORT

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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The Eagles have reportedly agreed to a residency at The Sphere in Las Vegas, as their live performances draw to a close.

The band previously said they would be taking a step back after what was billed as their ‘final tour’ this spring, according to The New York Post. The residency at The Sphere will now serve as an extension to their grand finale. The group’s frontman, Don Henley, is slated to take the stage alongside Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, to play live over the span of 10 weekends. The Eagles’ big show will run from September to December, according to The New York Post.

The “Long Goodbye” tour will conclude June 15 in the Netherlands, and will now lead to another stint for The Eagles, as they prepare to take their show to a whole new level in the state-of-the-art arena, according to The New York Post.

The band has not yet revealed how many shows it will perform at its new residency. The terms of the deal have not yet been announced, and it remains unclear if the deal has already been inked, or if there are additional loose ends to follow before this arrangement becomes official, according to The New York Post.

“We do not comment on any artists performing at Sphere except for those who have been announced,” a Sphere spokesperson told The Post on Monday.

John Mayer and U2 have also been booked in for a series of performances at the $2.3 billion venue. (RELATED: Christina Aguilera Postpones Las Vegas Residency)

The Eagles (from left:) Bernie Leadon, Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Timothy Schmit, Don Felder, and Randy Meisner appear together after receiving their awards and being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 12 January in New York. JON LEVY/AFP via Getty Images

The Eagles have racked up six Grammy Awards and five American Music Awards over the course of their long-lasting career, and are best known for “Hotel California,” one of the most popular songs in rock music history.