Make sure you're at the Tacoma Dome in Washington to see the Eagles kick off a new North American leg of their History of the Eagles Tour on Aug. 25. The six-time GRAMMY Award-winning group will delight its Tacoma fans with live renditions of classic songs paired with illuminating stories about their lengthy career in the spotlight during this Monday evening performance. With a hit-packed catalog dating back to 1972, the Eagles will not lack for crowd-pleasing songs to perform at their Tacoma concert.
Tacoma Dome Seating Information
The stage for the Eagles Tacoma Dome concert will be arranged immediately in front of Section 12B. A total of 10 sections of reserved seating (numbered 1-12) will extend along the length of the Tacoma Dome floor. Additionally, there will be several sections of reserved seating in the main arena bowl, beginning closest to the floor with Sections 1A-19A. The final area of seating will be the Upper Level's Sections 1B-19B.
Tacoma Dome General Information
The Tacoma Dome prohibits recording devices, smoking, alcohol, coolers, food, chairs, laser pointers, large backpacks, and bicycles from being brought inside the venue. Certified service dogs are permitted to enter the Eagles concert, but pets in general are not. Concessions will be available inside the venue, but any food or drink purchased outside the Tacoma Dome cannot be brought inside.
Tacoma Dome Parking Information
Public parking spaces are available around the Tacoma Dome for more than 1,500 cars. Alternate parking is also available throughout downtown, and fees will likely vary from lot to lot, depending on their distance from the venue. Accessible parking is found in the on-site Lots E and K. If you prefer not to drive, use the Tacoma Link Light Rail to travel to the concert.
Tacoma Dome Gate Times
The gates will open no earlier than 90 minutes prior to the Eagles' scheduled start time of 8 p.m. PST. Re-entry is not permitted once you've entered the gates.