Ultimate Eagles

Direct from a sell out tour of Europe and the UK

CHRISTCHURCH
CHRISTCHURCH
Isaac Theatre Royal
Christchurch
13 June
ON SALE NOW
13 June
ON SALE NOW
$91.50 - $131.50*
Premium, A & B Reserve
WELLINGTON
WELLINGTON
St James Theatre
Wellington
16 June
ON SALE NOW
16 June
ON SALE NOW
$89.00 - $129.00*
Premium, A & B Reserve
AUCKLAND
AUCKLAND
Great Hall, Auckland Town Hall
Auckland
17 June
ON SALE NOW
17 June
ON SALE NOW
$89.00 - $129.00*
Premium, A & B Reserve

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

Ultimate Eagles, the world’s greatest EAGLES show is touring New Zealand for the very first time. The legendary sounds of The Eagles are faithfully and brilliantly recreated by six world class musicians in an unmissable concert.

Ultimate Eagles are an international phenomenon. They have become a brand name in their own right who are revered by their peers, respected by the music industry and dearly loved by their massive and expanding fan base. In just four short years, they have performed to over 500,000 fans worldwide, clocking up 5 million YouTube hits along the way.

Their first tour to New Zealand will feature all the classic Eagles hits from the timeless back catalogue including 'Hotel California', 'Lyin’ Eyes', 'Take It Easy', 'Desperado', 'Take It To The Limit', 'Life In The Fast Lane' and many more. Whilst the show features a host of world class musicians it is the immensely powerful four part vocal harmony and exact musical production on which Ultimate Eagles have built their reputation.

"Ultimate Eagles perform as absolute consummate professionals, then add a little bit more Rock n’ Roll, a lot more fun and just a touch of raunch too"

ROCKTOPIA UK

"As close to the originals as you are ever likely to hear"

DAILY MAIL

"Superb! Do not expect a lookalike band, these are real musicians with real passion"

MAIL ON SUNDAY

"The world’s best Eagles show"

CHRIS EVANS, BBC RADIO 2