Eagles haven’t sold out yet

ONTARIO – Hotel California
still has a few vacancies.

The Eagles – the rock supergroup consisting of Glenn Frey, Don
Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit – has not sold out Saturday’s
concert at Citizens Business Bank Arena, said Sue Oxarart, the arena’s
director of marketing.

“At this time, we have a little over 100 tickets left,”
Oxarart said Friday afternoon.

Tickets for a pair of seats next to each other will cost a
total of about $400. A single seat is about $180.

“There are not a whole lot of tickets left. We anticipate
those will be sold out,” Oxarart said.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The show starts at 8 p.m.

“We are anticipating the parking lot to get full pretty
quick,” Oxarart said. “People should get in early.”

The group – which is on its “Long Road Out Of Eden World Tour
2010″ – has sold 100 million albums, according to the Recording Industry
Association of America. Their latest album, “Long Road Out of Eden,”
was released in 2007 and has sold seven million copies.

“We are looking forward to have a group like the Eagles
perform. We’re very excited,” Oxarart said.

The arena can seat more than 11,000 people for a concert.

Despite the anticipated size of the crowd, nothing was changed
or modified in regards to street closures or extra security, Oxarart
said.

The arena is at 4000 East Ontario Center Parkway.

For more information, visit www.cbbankarena.com or www.ticketmaster.com or call
800-745-3000.