Fort Worth, Texas – July 7-8, 1977

The Fort Worth Eagles concert with Jimmy Buffett opening for the Eagles was at the Tarrant County Convention Center. This two-day concert July 7-8 in Fort Worth was the night before the infamous Houston concert where Randy and Glenn got into another fight backstage, and it was a few nights after the Knoxville concert.

The Eagles were at this same venue in Fort Worth just a few months earlier on Nov. 3, 1976.

Fort Worth Eagles concert

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 8, 1977

Tickets for $8.50 and $9.50

Ft. Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – June 3, 1977

Fort Worth Eagles concert
Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 7, 1977
Fort Worth Eagles concert

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 1, 1977

“What has sustained the Eagles since they first took flight five years ago in southern California has been a remarkable string of hit singles, each crafted in a country-rock style that appeals to a wide cross section of listeners.”

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 3, 1977

“The Eagles, who will be tonight and tomorrow night at the TCCC, have sold out all 28,000 tickets.”

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 8, 1977

“Meisner’s ‘Take It To the Limit’ was a stunner, and earned him a prolonged and well-deserved ovation.”

Fort Worth, Texas - July 7-8, 1977

Concert review in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 8, 1977

“What made it even better was the lack of fireworks–only a few were set off before the Eagles appeared, and virtually none during their performance–a far cry from last Sunday’s Alice Cooper nightmare.”

Fort Worth, Texas - July 7-8, 1977

Concert review in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX) – July 8, 1977

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