Tickets to The Eagles’ Oct. 7 concert at Intrust Bank Arena go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday.
They’ll cost $49, $89, $119 and $169, and the arena will use its lottery system to sell the tickets.
The Eagles, known for classics such as “Hotel California’ and “Take It Easy,” will perform in Wichita as part of their “History of the Eagles” tour. The group last performed at the arena in June 2010.
In an effort to discourage camping and ensure fairness, arena officials sell tickets using the lottery system whenever they anticipate a particularly high demand.
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Under the system, fans can start lining up at the arena box office at 7 a.m. Those who are there at 9 a.m. will be given a ticket with a number.
At 9:30 a.m., a random number is drawn. That person becomes first in line, and everyone else lines up behind that person in numerical order.
Tickets also will be available at selectaseat.com, at Select-a-Seat outlets and at 316-755-SEAT.