They’ll bring their History Of The Eagles show across the Atlantic for what might be their final visit.
In April Glenn Frey said: “I don’t want to say it’s our last world tour, but it very well could be.”
Don Henley admitted it’s changed days for the veteran act, saying: “There’s less drama and virtually no partying of any kind. It’s a very professionally run operation. The primary focus is to deliver consistent, high-quality performances, night after night.
“When we deliver the goods and make our fans happy, then that provides all the pleasure we need. No extracurricular activity is required any more.”
The band last played the UK in 2009. They reunited with Bernie Leadon earlier this year, with Henley having admitted that only ill health prevented Randy Meisner from returning too.
Eagles UK tour 2014
May 28: Birmingham LG Arena
May 31: Glasgow Hydro
Jun 04: Dublin O2
Jun 16: London O2
Jun 23: Leeds First Direct Arena
Jun 25: Manchester Phones 4u Arena