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The Eagles Come to the BJC

Rock n’ Roll legends The Eagles are coming to the Bryce Jordan Center on Friday October 22 at 8:00 pm. Tickets will go on sale August 30, with a pre-sale starting the 27 for AmEx cardholders. Ticket prices start at $51.00 and extend upwards to $201.00 for the best seats. There is no student discount listed on the BJC website.

This Fall 2010 tour of the Eagles follows the release of their album, “Long Road Out of Eden.” The Eagles tour will consist of both new and old hits, including mainstays such as, “Hotel California,”  “Desperado” and “Life in the Fast Lane.” To date, The Eagles have sold more than 120 million albums worldwide, won six Grammy awards and earned a spot in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.  If you still haven’t heard of them, ask your elders for some serious music education.

If you can find the money, or convince your parents to come and pay for your ticket, be sure to check them out before these great musicians are gone.

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