Return of the (Fleetwood) Mac
Turns out the Rumours were true.
May 27, 2013
Turns out the Rumours were true — Fleetwood Mac are touring Australia and New Zealand in 2013.
Founded in the late-'60s as a blues band, they became superstars in the 1970s (with the addition of Lindsay Buckingham and one Stevie Nicks to the lineup), when songs like 'Rhiannon', 'Go Your Own Way' and 'Dreams' became multimillion sellers and went on to dominate all the best karaoke nights for decades.
The lineup from that golden period broke up in 1987 following years of divorce, drug abuse and an almost-complete breakdown of every relationship in the band, but they reunited this year for a North American (and now, Australian) tour. Reviews from the shows so far have been largely positive, so they might just keep it together through the rest of the year.
If you don't know them, (a) seriously? and (b) just check your parents' record collection — they'll be there.
Announced on the weekend, the tour currently stands at eight dates throughout November and December — but big gaps between shows have already led to speculation that more dates will be added if the shows sell out quickly.
Tickets for the Australian concerts go on sale Thursday, June 13.
Sunday, November 10 – Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Saturday, November 16 – Hope Estate, Hunter Valley
Tuesday, November 19 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Friday, November 22 – Perth Arena, Perth
Tuesday, November 26 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Saturday, November 30 – A Day On The Green, The Hill Winery, Geelong
Monday, December 2 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Friday, December 6 – Vector Arena, Auckland
Published on May 27, 2013 by Hugh Robertson