Nightlife this weekend (Oct. 4)

History of the Eagles at Intrust Bank Arena

The Eagles will bring their “History of the Eagles” tour to Intrust Bank Arena on Monday, and tickets are still available. The doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 8 p.m. The Eagles – Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Wichita native Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit – will perform classics such as “Hotel California,” “Take It To The Limit” and “Best Of My Love.” They last performed at Intrust Bank Arena in June 2010. Tickets are $49, $89 and $169 at the Intrust Bank Arena box office, at Select-A-Seat outlets, by calling 316-755-SEAT or at www.selectaseat.com.

Hamilton Loomis at Soggy Bottom Too

Blues star Hamilton Loomis, who was mentored by the late Bo Diddley, will be in Wichita this weekend, touring in support of his new CD “Give it Back.” His show is at 8 p.m. Friday at Soggy Bottom Too, 767 N. West St. Doors open at 7 p.m., and admission $15 cash at the door. While in town, Loomis also will appear at an assembly at Price Harris Communications Magnet Elementary School and will conduct a harmonica class for young Wichitans. For more information, visit hamiltonloomis.com.

Music and donuts at the Donut Whole

The Donut Whole will be the site of a free Friday night concert that will feature Bill and Karlee Goffrier performing with the Tom Page Trio and violinist Nick Wagner. The Goffriers just relocated to Wichita from Massachusetts. Bill got his start with The Embarrassment in 1979. The two-hour show starts at 8 p.m., and the doughnut shop also will have an exhibit of Bill Boston’s paintings. The Donut Whole is at 1720 E. Douglas.

Denise Neil