Seven Wonders: The Music of Fleetwood Mac Orchestrated
Listen to the legendary rock band's hits played by a 24-piece orchestra.
Loving Fleetwood Mac is the right thing to do, even if their lyrics try to tell us otherwise. This new gig at the State Theatre clearly agrees, with a 24-piece orchestra playing the band's hits over one big evening.
How else can you bask in the glory of a band that has sold over 120 million records, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and still remains popular almost 55 years after they first formed? Guest vocalists Tania Doko (Bachelor Girl), Karise Eden, Prinnie Stevens and Mark Williams (Dragon) will also help offer a new spin on the Mac's classic tracks come Thursday, March 11, and you can listen along and pretend it's the 70s.
Expect Seven Wonders: The Music of Fleetwood Mac Orchestrated to tackle the likes of 'Landslide', 'Tusk', 'The Chain', 'Dreams', 'Rhiannon', 'Little Lies', 'Go Your Own Way', 'Seven Wonders' and more — aka some of the biggest singles of the last half-century.
With a night of reimagined hits to look forward to, you won't stop thinking about tomorrow — with tickets costing $99.90–149.90, and going on sale from 12pm AEDT on Monday, January 18.