In one of the last concerts of its North American History of the Eagles Tour, California rock outfit the Eagles will treat Anaheim fans in its home state to a rousing evening of live music on Oct. 3. At the Honda Center during this Friday night show, watch Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit perform more than two dozen songs that have made the group one of the best-selling American rock bands of all time. The 1998 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees and six-time GRAMMY Award winners are sure to put on an excellent show, performing such classic hits as "Hotel California" and "Heartache Tonight."
Honda Center Seating Information
Floor seating for the Eagles Anaheim concert on Oct. 3 will be available in Sections 101-106, where 101-103 are closest to the stage from which the band will be playing its classic hits. You can also enjoy the concert from the Plaza Level in Sections 201-228, which marks the first option for elevated seating at the Honda Center. Next up is the Club Level, featuring Sections 301-326. Finally, fans will be able to select seating options in the Terrace Level, which is the highest seating level from the arena floor with Sections 401-444.
Honda Center General Information
All purses and bags will be subject to search upon entry, and magnetic wands might be used by venue security staff during the search process. You can bring binoculars, diaper bags, and small, handheld signs to the Eagles Honda Center show, but outside food and beverages, laptops, coolers, backpacks, and large bags are not permitted. All guests two years of age and older must have a valid ticket to enter Honda Center.
Honda Center Parking Information
On-site parking is available in several lots surrounding Honda Center. Parking gates normally open about two hours before the concert's scheduled start time. Alcohol and tailgating are prohibited in all lots. A limited number of accessible parking spaces are available near the south entrance, so be sure to arrive early if you require one of these spots.
Honda Center Gate Times
Gates will open between one to two hours before the Eagles are expected to begin performing at 8 p.m. PST.