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Eagles Concert Tickets: Tips for Finding the Best Seats in the House
The Eagles are one of the most iconic rock bands of all time, and seeing them live in concert is an experience that many fans dream of. However, with such high demand for tickets, it can be challenging to find the best seats in the house. In this article, we’ll provide you with some tips on how to secure Eagles concert tickets and ensure that you get a great view of the stage.
One way to get ahead of the game when it comes to getting Eagles concert tickets is by taking advantage of pre-sale opportunities. Many ticket sellers offer pre-sales to their members or those who have signed up for their newsletters. These pre-sales usually take place a few days before general ticket sales and can give you a head start on securing your seats.
Another way to gain access to pre-sale opportunities is by being an American Express cardholder. American Express often offers cardholders exclusive access to pre-sales for various events, including concerts like those by The Eagles.
Ticket Resale Websites
If you missed out on pre-sale opportunities or general ticket sales, don’t worry. There are still options available for finding Eagles concert tickets. Ticket resale websites like StubHub and SeatGeek allow fans to buy and sell tickets at prices that are often higher than face value but can still be worth it for getting better seats.
When using these websites, make sure to check the seller’s reputation and read reviews from other buyers before making a purchase. Additionally, be aware that some sellers may try to scam buyers by selling fake tickets or charging exorbitant fees.
Timing is Everything
Timing is crucial when it comes to buying Eagles concert tickets. As soon as general sales open up, make sure you’re ready with your computer or phone at hand. Refresh your browser frequently as often tickets are released in batches, so even if it says sold out initially, more may become available.
If you’re willing to wait until closer to the concert date, you may be able to find better deals on ticket resale websites. However, keep in mind that prices can also increase as the concert date approaches.
Choose Your Seats Wisely
When buying Eagles concert tickets, it’s essential to choose your seats wisely. Consider your budget and how close you want to be to the stage. If you’re looking for a more affordable option, seats further back may still provide a great view of the performance. However, if being up close and personal with The Eagles is a must for you, consider splurging on front-row or VIP seats.
Additionally, take note of the venue’s seating chart before making a purchase. Some venues have obstructed views or uncomfortable seating arrangements that could impact your concert experience negatively.
By following these tips, you’ll have a better chance of securing Eagles concert tickets and finding the best seats in the house. Remember to take advantage of pre-sale opportunities and check out ticket resale websites if necessary. Timing is crucial when buying tickets so make sure you’re ready as soon as sales open up. Finally, choose your seats wisely based on budget and preference for proximity to the stage. With these tips in mind, get ready for an unforgettable Eagles concert experience.
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Waverly Hills Sanatorium
Welcome to waverly hills.
Waverly Hills Sanatorium is a former tuberculosis sanatorium and a beautiful example of Tudor Gothic architecture. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Today Waverly is visited by thousands of people each year in search of history, architecture and the paranormal. We offer Historical Tours, Paranormal Tours as well as both public and private Investigations.
2023 Waverly Hills Haunted House
Are you ready for the spooktacular waverly hills sanatorium haunted house we are back and ready to scare you the haunted house opens september 29-30 and will be open every friday & saturday evening through october., gates open at 7:30 pm and close at midnight. everyone in the gate by midnight will get to go through the haunted house. , notice: all r.i.p. ticket holders must be in line by 11 pm..
General Admission : $25
RIP (Mini tour and Haunted House) : $65
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Schedule your visit, follow us on facebook for updates, 502-690-7880, 4400 paralee drive.
Waverly Hills Haunted House
Waverly Hills Sanatorium's highly anticipated Haunted House returns for 2023!
Waverly Hills Sanatorium
About this event.
Get ready for a spine-chilling experience at the Waverly Hills Haunted House! Join us on Fri Sep 29 2023 and every Friday and Saturday night through October 28th 2023 for a night of frights and thrills. Located at 4400 Paralee Drive, Louisville, KY 40272 (Enter through Gate B). Gate B is located beside Standing Oak Drive. Off of Dixie Highway, and Paralee Drive. this event promises to be the ultimate scarefest.
Step into the darkness and experience the haunted corridors of Waverly Hills. This legendary location is known for its paranormal activity and eerie atmosphere. People come throughout the year to encounter ghosts, ghouls, and other supernatural entities lurking in every corner, but this is the season of screams!
Whether you're a seasoned ghost hunter or just looking for a good scare, the Waverly Hills Haunted House is the place to be. With its terrifying attractions and heart-pounding surprises, this event is not for the faint of heart.
Gather your friends and brace yourselves for a night you won't soon forget. Come and experience the fear firsthand at the Waverly Hills Haunted House. Don't miss out on this hair-raising adventure!
Two ticket levels are offered this year, general admission for the Haunted House and a limited number of 'RIP' vip tickets which includes a mini-tour of the upper floors of the sanatorium and fast-pass into the Haunted House.
Frequently asked questions
No alcohol or drugs are allowed on the property. In addition, no cameras, video or audio recorders are allowed. For RIP level tickets, no ghost hunting equipment, food or drink in the building.
While time slots do distribute the crowd and can reduce the line and the wait for entry, they do not guarantee a time to get in. Depending on demand, there may still be a line.
We do not offer refunds during the Haunted House.
Yes, anyone on property by 11:30pm will be granted entry into the haunted house. If you are in an 8:00 - 9:00 arrival and arrive at 8:55, and your friend is in 9:00 - 10:00 and arrives at 9:05, you both can get in line and enter together.
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What's so scary about Waverly Hills Sanatorium? Get to know a haunted Louisville property
Louisville's Waverly Hills Sanatorium has been called " the most terrifying building in America ," with an infamous history that draws paranormal thrill-seekers from all over the world.
Lately, the southwest Jefferson County site has been at the center of a lawsuit between its owner and the Waverly Hills Historical Society, a group leased to take care of the property.
But even before protesters showed up at the gates on Paralee Drive in 2022, Waverly Hills has always been a well-known Louisville landmark — first as a tuberculosis treatment center in the early and mid-1900s to its more recent "haunted" history.
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What to know about Waverly Hills' history
Before it gained fame as a so-called "haunted" site, the Waverly Hills Sanatorium served as an important medical center in Louisville.
Construction on the site began in 1908 and it opened in 1910, according to Waverly Hills' website , to serve as an isolated medical center for patients afflicted with tuberculosis, which had been spreading through the Louisville area. After an expansion in 1926, the property could hold more than 400 patients at once.
Tuberculosis was often deadly and extremely contagious, so patients were usually kept quarantined in secluded spaces. The Waverly Hills Sanatorium was built as a self-sufficient community, with its own ZIP code, post office and farmland. Doctors and other employees were unable to leave the grounds.
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Tuberculosis treatments advanced in the early 1960s, as an antibiotic that could cure the disease was developed. The facility was closed and renovated in 1961, reopening the following year as a nursing home where it served patients until closing again in 1981.
Waverly Hills remained closed for about 20 years at that time, as the property fell into disrepair. It was purchased in 2001 by current owners Charlie and Tina Mattingly, who founded the Waverly Hills Historical Society two years later.
The groups worked in the following years to renovate the property, which grew in popularity as a well-known "haunted" location among the paranormal community, with shows like A&E's "Ghost Hunters" filming on location.
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How did Waverly Hill get its haunted reputation?
So how did Waverly Hills go from a serene and secluded Louisville complex to a site with a supernatural reputation in popular culture?
In a 2001 newspaper story ahead of an on-site taping of Fox Family's "Scariest Places on Earth," a Courier Journal reporter noted "countless local legends about the place being haunted" had been fueled by the high number of people who succumbed to tuberculosis during the more than 50 years it housed patients.
(The name, too, may have played a role in its notorious history, with then-Courier Journal reporter Thomas Nord describing it as "like something out of a comic book, a place where the Joker might hide out from Batman.")
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Still, several sites on the property, where more than 6,000 people are believed to have died, have taken on a life of their own in paranormal popular culture.
The infamous 600-foot body chute, for instance, that was used to discretely move thousands of corpses through the facility has grown in infamy and is often cited as a place where ghostly experiences take place. In a 2017 interview with The Courier Journal, Tina Mattingly said orbs and balls of light are believed to have been seen in the chute, along with spirits.
"Room 502" is also notorious. The room in the rooftop chambers is believed to have housed tuberculosis patients with mental illnesses, according to a 2010 Courier Journal article, and was allegedly the site of a nurse's death by suicide.
How to get tickets to tour Waverly Hills
Address: 4400 Paralee Drive, Louisville, KY. 40272
Phone number: 502-690-7880
Tour prices: Two-hour paranormal tour, $25; Two-and-a-half-hour historical tour, $30; Six-hour public investigation, $90; private overnight investigation, $1,000
Lucas Aulbach can be reached at email@example.com, 502-582-4649 or on Twitter @LucasAulbach .