01 April, 2017
The Eagles, Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers are set to headline both Saturday events, while Fleetwood Mac, Journey and Earth, Wind & Fire will perform both Sundays.
Fleetwood Mac will headline on the Sunday, following performances by Earth, Wind & Fire and Journey.
The festival, which will also be held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on July 15 and 16, is the latest music mega-event geared toward classic rock fans, following the success previous year of Desert Trip, which brought together the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and The Who.
The Classic starts on the west coast at Dodger Stadium (1000 Elysian Park Ave.) in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 15, and Sunday, July 16, and then moves to the east coast to Citi Field in NY on Friday, July 29, and Saturday, July 30.
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Tickets for the shows in each city go on sale April 7, but American Express card holders can purchase them early, from April 3 through April 6, according to the Eagles' website. For tickets and more information, visit here. Meaning this: You buy a ticket, you see all the acts.
It's also worth noting this will be the first time The Eagles have played a concert gig since the death of co-founder Glenn Frey in January 2016.
Nicks also commented on another Fleetwood Mac album, stating that the band would prefer to tour.