The Eagles to take the stage tonight; advised to get there early - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

The Eagles to take the stage tonight; concert-goers advised to arrive early

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Eagles return to Lubbock to perform hits from their more than 35-year career in concert at United Spirit Arena Friday, October 29, 2010. Doors are scheduled to open at 6:30 p.m., with the show beginning at 8 p.m.. There is no opening act.

Fans are advised to arrive early to allow plenty of time to park and to avoid last-minute traffic congestion and lines at the doors.

Parking is free and will be available in parking lots west of the facility across Indiana Avenue.

Limited tickets remain available and are priced $76.25, $108.25, and $151.25 (price includes service charge). Tickets are available online at www.selectaseatlubbock.com or by phone at (806) 770-2000 or 1-800-735-1288. Tickets are also available for purchase in person at the following Lubbock Select-a-Seat outlets: all area United Supermarkets, Civic Center East Pedestrian Mall, Dollar Western Wear, Ralph's Records & Tapes.

Various concessions and a selection of beer and wine will be available for purchase at the concession stands.

All patrons and handbags are subject to visual inspection prior to admission to the arena. Large purses and backpacks will not be allowed, and all small bags will be inspected. Patrons who refuse to allow such inspections will be denied entry to the arena. Prohibited items must either be returned to the owner's vehicle or discarded; the arena will not provide a storage area for these items.

The Arena is a non-smoking venue, but the arena will provide designated smoking sections. Non-professional style cameras, including small short-lens digital, 35 mm, and disposable will be permitted for this show. Video or audio recording is strictly prohibited.

Prohibited items at the concert include:

  • Professional/long lens cameras
  • Video/Audio recording devices
  • Laser pointers/laser pens/flashlights
  • Weapons of any kind (knives, tazers, mace, guns, chains, studded/spiked jewelry, etc.)
  • Glass containers or cans of any kind
  • Large purses or backpacks
  • Skate-shoes
  • Fireworks
  • Noise makers
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Outside food and beverage
  • Tobacco products of any kind
  • Large signs, flags, sticks, poles & banners
  • Animals other than aid dogs
  • Helium balloons

Visit the band's Web site at www.eaglesband.com for more information.

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