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Posted: 04/29/2013 5:31 PM | Comments: 0
The Eagles will be making another return to Winnipeg this fall.
The paragons of 1970s pop will play the MTS Centre on Monday, Sept 16.
Tickets for the concert, part of the History of the Eagles Tour, which includes the release of a DVD by the same name, go on sale Monday, May 6, at 10 a.m., through Ticketmaster.
Ticket prices weren't immediately announced.
The Eagles, who last performed in Winnipeg in June 2010 at Canad Inns Stadium, will play their classics as well as selections from the band members’ solo careers, according to a press release about the tour.
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