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The Eagles to land in Moncton
Country-rock veterans the Eagles will headline the 2008 Magnetic Hill Music Festival in Moncton, organizers announced on Monday.
The Eagles agreed to the Aug. 2 concert at Moncton’s Magnetic Hill Concert Centre because of Moncton’s central location in the Maritimes, said show co-producer Donald K. Tarlton.
Halifax and Moncton have long been competing to bring the American group to the Maritimes.
John Fogerty, KT Tunstall and the Sam Roberts Band will also play at the summer festival.
The $109.50 tickets go on sale on April 11.
Outgoing Moncton Mayor Lorne Mitton said he is thrilled to have rolled in with the Stones in 2005 and will now fly out with the Eagles.
Last year’s album Long Road out of Eden was the group’s first full studio effort in 28 years and contained the Grammy-winning track How Long.