Negotiations for a second Eagles concert are under way after fans snapped up all 30,000 tickets for the Auckland show this morning.
The tickets for the show on March 14 at Mt Smart Stadium sold out in a matter of minutes, and an announcement about a potential second show will be made this week, Frontier Touring says.
The Eagles last played in New Zealand in 1995 as part of their Hell Freezes Over tour - named because when the band broke up in 1980, founding member Don Henley said they would play together again "when hell freezes over".
The present lineup is Henley and fellow founder Glenn Frey, along with longstanding members Joe Walsh and Timothy B Schmit.
Founded in 1971, the Eagles have sold more than 150 million records and have notched six Grammy awards.