As first tipped here last week, classic rock favorites the Eagles will embark on their first European tour in four years, set to kick off May 29 in Moscow. The seven-week run, billed as "An Evening Wi

As first tipped here last week, classic rock favorites the Eagles will embark on their first European tour in four years, set to kick off May 29 in Moscow. The seven-week run, billed as "An Evening With The Eagles," will conclude July 22 in Glasgow and comes in support of last fall's four-disc box set "Selected Works: 1972-1999" (Elektra).

This incarnation of the Eagles will comprise Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, and as-yet-unnamed additional musicians. One member who won't be on hand is longtime guitarist Don Felder, who was fired from the group in February. Felder has filed suit against Henley and Frey over the move, which the band says was made "in the best interest of the band."

Here are the Eagles' European tour dates:
May 29: Moscow (SC Olymplisky)
June 1: Helsinki (Hartwall Arena)
June 3: Stockholm (Globe)
June 4: Oslo (Spektrum)
June 6: Hannover, Germany (Preussag Arena)
June 7: Cologne, Germany (Arena)
June 9-13; 15-16: London (Earls Court)
June 18-19: Manchester, U.K. (Evening News Arena)
June 29: Belfast, Ireland (Stormont Castle)
June 30: Dublin (RDS)
July 3: Paris (Le Bercy)
July 4: Ghent, Belgium (Flanders Expo)
July 6: Amsterdam (Ahoy)
July 10: Berlin (Waldbuhne)
July 11: Frankfurt, Germany (Festhalle)
July 13: Zurich (Hallenstadion)
July 14: Lucca, Italy (Piatro San Martino)
July 16: Munich (Olympiahalle)
July 19-20: Birmingham, U.K. (National Indoor Arena)
July 22: Glasgow (Hampden Park)

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