Setlist Viewing Guide: Eagles "Live from the Forum MMXVIII"

Over 4th of July weekend, ESPN decided to highlight an Eagles that isn't a sports team. The sports channel debuted the legendary band's concert film "Live from the Forum MMXVIII." The film features footage from the Eagles' three-night stint at the Forum in Los Angeles 2018, which took place on September 12, 14 and 15.
The film was directed by Nick Wickham and will be available on October 16th for home release. ESPN re-aired the film on July 13th, and is currently available to watch on the ESPN App! Curious which songs you'll hear during the concerts? You can consult with our Setlist Viewing Guide!
How many songs did they perform each night?
They played 26 songs, except for their show on September 14th, where they played 27.
Are the setlists from all three nights the same?
Yes! Except on September 14th when they added one extra song to their second encore - "The Long Run"
How many encores did they do?
Two! The first encore is "Hotel California" and the second one features Joe Walsh's "Rocky Mountain Way" and "Desperado."
What are the opening and closing songs from the main set?
Eagles open the show with their hit cover of Steve Young's "Seven Bridges Road," and close out on "Life in the Fast Lane."
What other hits do they perform?
They do favorites like "One of These Nights," "Take It to the Limit," "Witchy Woman," "Take It Easy," "Those Shoes," and "Hotel California."
Did they do any solo hits?
Yes! You'll hear Don Henley's "The Boys of Summer," Vince Gill's "Don't Let Out Love Start Slippin' Away" and Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good" and "Rocky Mountain Way."
Any other covers?
Fans are treated to "How Long" by J.D. Souther, "Ol' '55" by Tom Waits, and two licks by Walsh's other band James Gang - "Walk Away" and "Funk #49."
Can I see the full setlist?
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Last updated: 8 Aug 2020, 17:06 Etc/UTC