Are you ready to experience Fleetwood Mac Live 2015? Legendary 1998 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Fleetwood Mac is getting set to embark on another massive tour in 2015, and Razorgator has the best selection of Fleetwood Mac tickets for all upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour dates. Fleetwood Mac has enjoyed a stellar career for well over forty years. The group's popularity remains sky-high thanks to albums such as Rumours and The Dance, a live performance by Fleetwood Mac featuring its classic 1975-1987 line-up. With an impressive catalog of hits, like "Go Your Own Way," "Dreams," and "Don't Stop," a Fleetwood Mac concert is one big greatest-hits extravaganza. Don't miss your chance to see Fleetwood Mac live in concert.
Fleetwood Mac Tour News and Updates
3/24/15 - As their On With The Show Tour continues, Fleetwood Mac took Nashville, TN by storm last Wednesday. The iconic rock group performed in front of a sold out Bridgestone Arena with the same bravado that has turned the band into a national treasure for several decades. Proving that they’re still not interested in taking any shortcuts, Mick Fleetwood and company delivered a high-energy, flawless show. When the dynamic fivesome weren’t performing together, every member in the band had his or her own moment in the spotlight. From Christine McVie’s long awaited solos to Lindsey Buckingham’s prowess on the guitar, the audience could be heard cheering and singing along enthusiastically all night long. Tickets to tonight’s show at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, GA are still available at varying prices.
3/16/15 - Unfortunately for fans in Arkansas and Oklahoma, the seasoned rockers of Fleetwood Mac were forced to cancel their shows on March 11 in North Little Rock and March 12 in Oklahoma City due to illness. The band members haven’t released any details but, being the supreme professionals that they are, have already rescheduled the two missed shows for later dates. They will now play in Oklahoma City on April 17 and North Little Rock on April 19. Tickets purchased for the previously canceled shows will still be honored on their rescheduled dates. This isn’t the first time an illness has sidelined the rockers on their On With the Show Tour. In January, Mick Fleetwood came down with a case of the stomach flu that forced the band to cease an in-progress concert in Lincoln, NE.
3/10/15 - The tour that Fleetwood Mac is currently undertaking has proven to be more of a success than the group initially anticipated. The reviews have been excellent, and the traveling has become so extensive that it has gotten in the way of recording another album. This is good news and bad for fans, who seem to treasure new music and live performances equally. As with many groups, they have often been plagued with disagreements, but that discord has seemed to contribute to the depth of their music. It will be exciting to see what they record and release next, even if it takes a while. Their next stop on the tour is set to happen in Oklahoma City at the Chesapeake Energy Arena on Thursday night. Pick up your tickets from us today for $85.
3/5/15 - Fleetwood Mac’s reunion tour has been so extensive that they are now starting to return to cities and venues where they have already played in the last few months. Followers of the group don’t seem to mind another helping; the shows are still selling out as their fan base seems to grow and extend past their typical audience. More and more, teenagers and young adults are attending concerts along with their parents and are celebrating Fleetwood Mac as a powerful force in current pop music and not merely as a relic of the past. We have concert tickets available for all remaining dates of the North American leg of this tour, which will end in April. You can see them this Saturday for $66 at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC.
2/24/15 - The reunited rockers of Fleetwood Mac delighted a sold out crowd in Cleveland, OH last Thursday at the Quicken Loans Arena. Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood proved they haven’t stopped believing, as the gang played a stellar two and a half hour set of their most beloved hits. At the show, Nicks mentioned that the band had played over fifty shows on the current leg of their tour. It certainly showed, as the whole band could be heard humming in perfect harmony to show opener “The Chain.” Fleetwood didn’t rely on any theatrics or gimmicks to showcase their incredible repertoire, proving you don’t have to rely on cheap thrills to make great music. The band will head next to Austin, TX to perform at a nearly sold out Erwin Center.
2/17/15 - Last week, the seasoned rockers behind worldwide musical phenomenon Fleetwood Mac proved just how unstoppable they continue to be. With arctic temperatures and icy conditions making travel nearly impossible in most of the country, not even a blizzard or two could hold the musicians back. The group held their concert in Louisville, KY as scheduled last Tuesday at the KFC Yum! Center even as fans called the venue with concern that the event would be canceled. A recording at the arena reassured fans that the show would go on, and encouraged travelers to allow extra time to navigate the icy roads safely. The performance was well worth the drive, as Fleetwood Mac delighted fans who braved the storm with iconic hits like “Go Your Own Way” and “The Chain.” Don’t miss your chance to see Fleetwood live, rain or shine.
2/10/15 - While many stars of the music industry could be seen at the 57th annual Grammy Awards ceremony on Sunday night, one of the world’s most recognized bands was noticeably absent. The legendary reunited rockers of Fleetwood Mac were busy performing to a sold out crowd at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, proving that they weren’t the only rock aficionados to miss the star-studded affair. The band played two dozen of their most loved hits to the packed arena, proving they haven’t missed a beat even after a long hiatus. Fleetwood heads to Des Moines, IA next where they will perform at a nearly sold out Wells Fargo Arena. A limited number of tickets are still available here on Razorgator.com, so get yours before they’re sold out!
2/2/15 - Legendary British-American pop rockers Fleetwood Mac took Washington DC by storm on Friday night, performing at the sold out Verizon Center on the most recent leg of their On With the Show Tour. Although singer and keyboardist Christine McVie had only recently rejoined her band mates since splitting in 1999, she was still in great shape vocally as she belted out classics like “Little Lies” and “Everywhere.” She only slipped once, apologizing for a “dodgy” performance of “Say You Love Me.” Fans didn’t seem to notice, as the sold out crowd sang along and encouraged her with cheers. From McVie’s triumphant return to Lindsey Buckingham’s mind-blowing guitar solos, it was a high-energy event. Their next stop is Canada, where they will play shows in Toronto on Tuesday and Montreal on Thursday. Tickets are limited.
1/28/15 - As Fleetwood Mac continues to make its way around the country for its On with the Show tour, fans can enjoy an exclusive performance by Stevie Nicks posted online. During an interview for Rolling Stone's latest cover story, which detailed Nicks' life and career, the Fleetwood Mac singer and songwriter sat at a piano and performed in front of cameras. The magazine has released a video of her performing "Blue Water" from her album 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault. They also have released a video of her singing "Gypsy." The cover story goes deep into Nicks' past, including her drug use and other revelations. Fans looking to see the whole band perform, rather than a solo performance by Nicks, can still get tickets for most of the remaining tour dates.
1/20/15 - Fleetwood Mac's On with the Show tour continues to delight audiences across the country; however, audiences at their recent Lincoln, Nebraska, show were left wanting after the concert had to be cut short by almost an hour on Saturday, Jan. 17. According to Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood fell ill with a stomach bug. The band tried to continue the show, with a drum technician sitting in to play Go Your Own Way. However, shortly after Fleetwood's leaving the stage, Christine McVie and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham played the finale song, Songbird, leaving the set at just 90 minutes rather than the standard two and a half hour show. Fleetwood Mac is set to be back with all members in good health for the next stop on their tour.
1/14/15 - The immensely popular On with the Show Tour by Fleetwood Mac continues to please fans around the country during the US leg of the tour. Fans who forgot to purchase merchandise, or who are unable to make it to a show, can now get their merchandise from the comfort of their home. The band has announced that On with the Show Merchandise is now available at their official Fleetwood Mac online store. There is a variety of goods sure to please any fan, including shirts, mugs, key chains, hats, glassware, and the official tour and program. Even if you purchase your merchandise from the online store, you can still find tickets to see the band in person. The price of tickets differ depending on the venue, but there remains availability in most cities.
1/7/15 - Fleetwood Mac may have been around since 1967, but that does not dampen their allure for audiences. Their On with the Show Tour was named the top-priced music tour of 2014, and projections have the band leading the secondary ticket market in 2015 as well. Fans have been hoping that Christine McVie's return may herald new music, but there are hints that this tour may be one of the last. Lindsey Buckingham called this world tour the last act for the group during an interview. They have 40 scheduled shows in their North American tour, on now through April, and you can still get tickets for most of the North American dates. With rumors that the group may no longer tour, now is the time for fans to enjoy the show.
12/30/14 - Fleetwood Mac is one of the most famous bands of all time, known for their unique sound which might be defined as a soft rock infused with blues and folk components. Christine McVie announced in early 2014 that she would be rejoining the group, much to the delight of fans and critics alike. The audience at Tampa’s Amalie Arena also proved that the reunion was more than welcome, giving McVie several standing ovations at a performance Saturday night. The set list had 24 songs and lasted over three hours, including renditions of “Big Love,” “Gypsy,” “Dreams,” and “The Chain.” The Tampa show concluded the first leg of the tour, but they will be back in January for the next leg. Tickets are available now, with prices starting at around $100.
12/22/14 - Popular with all generations, Fleetwood Mac has continued to receive high praise for its latest performances with Christine McVie back on piano with them for the first time since 1998. They sold out their Tampa show, and the band is hoping that this marks a new chapter in their already impressive history. Their On The Show Tour tickets have a higher average price than young superstars like Justin Timberlake and One Direction, speaking volumes to the group’s talent, and the love that fans still have for Stevie Nicks and her band mates. The steep price is definitely worth it, however. Fleetwood Mac has been performing together since 1967, and have only gotten better. You can buy tickets now for their performance on January 16 in St. Paul, Minnesota starting at $159.
12/18/14 - Fleetwood Mac extended their critically acclaimed 2014 reunion tour this week, adding new dates in Bakersfield, Orlando, Houston, and other cities for 2015. This announcement landed on Monday in the midst of a flurry of applause for their recent performances. Reviewers have been quick to note the return of keyboardist Christine McVie as integral to the success of those shows. Singer Stevie Nicks herself agrees, and she said as much when she thanked the fans for their contribution to McVie’s return during a recent concert. The “On With the Show” tour has also been applauded for the use of between-song storytelling, with reviewers noting Nicks’ powerful performances. Tickets for a variety of upcoming dates are available from as little as $52, depending on the venue.
12/10/14 - Now that millennials have discovered Fleetwood Mac, you run the risk of facing sellout crowds for their concerts. Don’t wait to get your tickets to the iconic band from that began in the late 1960s and found mainstream success in the 80s. The band introduces each song on their list in references to pop culture, identifying how the band has influenced television and music. Fans get many different surprises when the band dedicates particular songs, as Stevie Nicks did the other night with “Landslide,” when she honored a local cancer survivor in Anaheim. A local teen who was in attendance had defeated cancer against the odds. Enjoy this reunion in Dallas, Texas on December 14 and in Houston on the 15th. Tickets are still available for both nights starting at around $150 at either venue.
12/2/14 - Fleetwood Mac’s popular “On With the Show” tour continues this week with several stops in California. The tour features the return of venerable Christine McVie, who hasn’t toured with the band since their 1998 “The Dance Tour.” Describing the tour as a new chapter in the history of Fleetwood Mac, the band has clearly embraced being whole again. Reviews have been strong, with critics describing their performances as “infusing new energy into a bottomless catalog of classic songs, romantically entangled hits that truly hit home with adoring fans.” The band plays The Forum in Inglewood on Saturday, December 6, and the following night, December 7, at the Honda Center in Anaheim. Tickets for both shows are still available and start as low as $24 for the Inglewood show and $73 for the Anaheim show.
11/25/14 - Christmas is coming a little early for Fleetwood Mac fans in the West. After a flurry of shows in Canada, the band is warming back up in the U.S. with a series of shows along the coast. Several California cities will host the band the first week of December before the quintet heads east with stops in Arizona, Colorado and Texas. Fleetwood Mac has been thrilling audiences for nearly 40 years with hits like “You Make Lovin’ Fun” and “Go Your Own Way,” which were first recorded for the 1977 album “Rumors.” That Grammy winner has sold more than 45 million copies. All together, the band has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. Ticket prices in California start at $88 in San Diego and $155 in Sacramento.
11/17/14 - Continuing their incredible On With the Show tour, Fleetwood Mac takes the show to the Pacific Northwest with turns in Vancouver, BC, Tacoma, WA, and Portland, OR. The tour is notable for the return of Christine McVie from a 16-year absence. The return of McVie means the group is playing songs not included in their 2013 tour, to the delight of audiences. On With the Show has been receiving rave reviews from both audiences and critics and shows no signs of slowing down. Venues are selling out as fans clamor for tickets. Their most recent stop in Edmonton, Alberta saw a crowd of 13,000 fans cheering on treasured songs from the group’s repertoire. Tickets are selling quickly and begin at $118 for Vancouver and $71 for Tacoma.
11/11/14 - The band Fleetwood Mac has been popular for more than 40 years. Fans of this fantastic rock and roll group will be extremely pleased to know that the band is back together, and they are currently on tour. This tour will feature the band’s original line up with Christine McVie and the rest of the talented team. Over the next couple of weeks they will be hitting cities along the west coast. After a brief stop in British Colombia, they will be performing in Tacoma, Portland, and Sacramento. The tour will be stopping in California where the band will perform in several cities. Once the band leaves California, they will be performing in several States across the U.S. Do not miss this opportunity to see this amazing band perform live.
11/6/14 - Fleetwood Mac has made a triumphant return to the spotlight with its “On With the Show” tour, which has been receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike. Now whole again, Fleetwood Mac is belting out favorites such as “You Make Loving Fun,” “Little Lies,” and “Rhiannon” like it was yesterday to the delight of national and international audiences alike. The band just wrapped up a show in Hartford, Connecticut. The next stop on their 2014 tour is the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Tickets for the Winnipeg show are still available and start at $34.
10/28/14 - In November, British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac continues its successful On With the Show tour, which is expected to feature legendary hits. The band hit it big in the 70s with Rumors, which later became one of the best-selling albums ever made. At the beginning of 2014, singer-songwriter and keyboardist Christine McVie announced she was rejoining the act after a fifteen-year hiatus. On Nov. 10, the group will head north of the border to entertain its Canadian fans with a show at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg (tickets from $39). Then, on Nov. 12, they will swing by Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (tickets from $34). Nov. 14 and 15 will see the band stopping by Calgary (from $89) and Edmonton (from $70), both in Alberta.
9/29/14 - Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and the return of Christine McVie. Dreams come true in 2014, Fleetwood Mac is whole again. Christine McVie hasn’t been a part of Fleetwood Mac since 1997's reunion tour The Dance. Don’t miss your chance to see Fleetwood Mac live with Christine McVie. Fleetwood Mac “On With The Show Tour” makes stops this week at Target Center in Minneapolis on 9/30 and 2 shows at United Center in Chicago 10/2 & 10/3.
9/17/14 - Glastonbury tickets will be on sale soon, and festival goers are in a frenzy at the mere prospect of Fleetwood Mac performing in Scotland. Lucky for you North American Rumors fans, Fleetwood Mac is gearing up to embark on their massive fall tour of the US and Canada (starting 9/30)! The tour stops for three nights at Los Angeles’ Forum (11/28-11/29, 12/6), but if that wasn’t enough for you, the group has added another SoCal date due to popular demand. Fleetwood Mac has scheduled a concert on 12/7 at The Honda Center in Anaheim! LA fans now have four chances to see this legendary group live. Fleetwood Mac tickets for their Anaheim show start at $69.
9/8/14 - At the end of this month, Fleetwood Mac will embark on their much anticipated reunion tour, dubbed “On With the Show.” Seats for their very first date (Sept. 30) have lowered $5 in price, and currently stand at a $150 minimum at Target Center in Minneapolis. Fleetwood Mac tickets for their next stop on tour are considerably cheaper: pay $69 to get-in on 10/2 and $73 to get-in on 10/3 at the United Center in Chicago.
8/28/14 – In just over one month, you can stop staring at your Fleetwood Mac tickets and actually start using them! The legendary band will take the stage at Target Center in Minneapolis (9/30) for the first time since being reunited. Kick off their "On With the Show" Tour for a minimum of $155 in the Upper Level.
8/13/14 – Next month, Fleetwood Mac will hit the road on the 33-city “On With the Show” Tour. The trek will open in Minneapolis, MN on Sept 30. The band members have been staying busy, recording a forthcoming album due to drop in 2015, while Stevie Nicks recently revealed the first single off of 24 Karat Gold. Lock in Fleetwood Mac tickets and attend the group's very first show reunited with Christine McVie after a 16-year absence. Get into Target Center in Minneapolis for a minimum of $216 in the Upper Level.
8/7/14 – Fleetwood Mac fans would give anything to hear more music from the Rumours era, and now your wish has been granted! Frontwoman Stevie Knicks released her latest single dubbed “The Dealer,” a song originally recorded with the band in 1979, but never officially released. It is the first song to precede the release of Stevie’s forthcoming album 24 Karat Gold. Perhaps the songstress will play it on the road this year when she and her former band embark on the “On With the Show” Tour. Don’t miss out on any new music and buy your Fleetwood Mac tickets today!
7/30/14 - Stevie Nicks announced some huge news last week. The Fleetwood Mac singer will be releasing a brand new solo album, dubbed “24 Karat Gold - Songs from the Vault,” on Oct. 9. The LA Times reported that Nicks' forthcoming record will feature songs written between 1969 and 1995 that, as the singer puts it: “represent my life behind the scenes, the secrets, the broken hearts, the broken hearted and the survivors. These songs are the memories.” The songstress may debut a few of these “Songs from the Vault” live on tour—grab your Fleetwood Mac tickets today for your chance to hear them first!
7/20/14 – Fleetwood Mac goes all-out for their music, and their personal lives too! Rocker Lindsey Buckingham and wife Kristen have just purchased their third home within the Los Angeles neighborhood of Brentwood. Buckingham owns two other pricey properties in the quaint and high-priced area—perhaps one home doubles as a recording studio? Three seems to be the number for Fleetwood Mac, as the band is slated to play three nights in Los Angeles come winter. The cheapest Fleetwood Mac tickets fall on the final show (12/6), for a get-in price of $79. Stevie Nicks was busy celebrating another celebrity couple’s future this weekend, when she performed for Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s wedding in Mexico on Saturday. The Fleetwood Mac songstress and Maroon 5 lead singer have been long-time friends, and are slated to become co-workers on The Voice this year.
7/16/14 – The famed Glastonbury Festival only just ended, but concert-goers are already clamoring to get their hands on tickets when they’re next available. What band is sending the public into a tizzy? None other than Fleetwood Mac. The rockers were rumored to headline the 2014 event, but now they—among AC/DC, Depeche Mode, and Prince—are supposedly headliners for next year’s festival. Europe may have missed out on the iconic band this year, but you can see the world-famous group in the States with Fleetwood Mac tickets this fall!
7/11/14 – Fleetwood Mac tickets are sure to grow even higher in demand after the news that vocalist Stevie Nicks is joining NBC’s hit show The Voice. The competition’s Season One winner, Javier, took the crown after singing the Fleetwood Mac classic “Landslide” with a supremely happy Nicks in the audience. Now, Fleetwood Mac’s premier vocalist will return to TV as Adam Levine’s new musical advisor; Billboard reported that Nicks has been working with the Maroon 5 singer’s 12 pupils in preparation for The Voice’s Sept 22 air date. Catch Stevie Nicks in person just a few days later, when the band hits Target Center in Minneapolis on 9/30! Fleetwood Mac tickets for their first show on tour start at $116.
7/2/14 – Fleetwood Mac’s significance in pop culture is ever present, as the group has been selected for yet another honor. The 13th edition of the Tonic Ball, an annual fundraiser for hunger-relief, has slated the classic rock act to perform on Oct 21 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Fleetwood Mac tickets are available for this inspired concert at a $99 minimum.
6/26/14 – Fleetwood Mac has been nominated for the 2014 Best Live Act in the O2 Silver Clef Awards. The band is pitted against such artists as Justin Timberlake, Muse, Rolling Stones, Arcade Fire and more in the public vote (which ended on June 20). The winner will be announced July 4. Fleetwood Mac is comprised of veteran performers and the quintet is legendary in the business, so it comes as no surprise that Fleetwood Mac is up for the honor after decades of amazing work! Secure your tickets to see Fleetwood Mac this year and watch this esteemed band in person.
6/18/14 – On this day back in 1977, Fleetwood Mac’s single “Dreams” shot up to the number one spot on the pop music charts. The song is, surprisingly, the band’s only hit to reach the top, with 18 total breaking the top ten from the 1970s to 1980s. In young Hollywood, bright star Shailene Woodley recently expressed to Women’s Health Magazine that she is eager to play Stevie Nicks in a film. Fleetwood Mac’s songstress was a huge influence in the starlet’s life, and says she taught her the importance of individuality. Fleetwood Mac fans know the band has a fascinating and wild history, undoubtedly worthy of the big screen. Until then, grab your Fleetwood Mac tickets and hear some of their stories in person along the “On With the Show” tour!
6/10/14- Need a Father’s Day gift idea for your music-loving dad? Buy Fleetwood Mac tickets now and let dad relive the sounds of “Rumors,” “The Dance” and more. Dad's probably told you rock and pop music would be nothing without this legendary band, so you can enjoy the concert too! Buy Fleetwood Mac tickets in advance to make sure you get the perfect seat when they kick their “On With the Show” off this September.
6/3/14 - As if a world tour weren't enough, Fleetwood Mac have another big announcement brewing. Christine McVie stated in an interview that the band is halfway done with their forthcoming album and that the band is open to playing the legendary Glastonbury festival in the future. For now, catch Fleetwood Mac in North America this fall for their "On With The Show" tour. Kick things off right with Fleetwood Mac tickets to their first concert, Sept 30, in Minneapolis, MN; get-in for $121 in the Upper Level.
5/28/14 - Fleetwood Mac will be hitting a few cities for multiple nights on their grand 2014 tour. Fleetwood Mac Chicago tickets for both nights (Oct 2-3) start at $85. Fleetwood Mac New York tickets are more expensive for their first night at Madison Square Garden (get-in for $129 on 10/6) than their second show (get-in for $108 on 10/7). Fleetwood Mac Los Angeles tickets are cheaper for their first night (get-in for $97 on 11/28) than their second (get-in for $99 on 11/29) or third (get-in for $103 on 12/6) shows at The Forum.
5/20/14 - Stevie Nicks was recently honored by BMI as the songwriter behind some of Fleetwood Mac's most memorable tunes, as well as those from her solo career, with the prestigious Icon Award. The likes of Adam Levine, Sheryl Crow, Lady Antebellum and Shakira all paid tribute to the singer with performances at the BMI Pop Award show in Beverly Hills. Stevie Nicks and her bandmates will be back in Los Angeles to take the stage themselves on the "On With The Show" tour; Fleetwood Mac ticket prices dip only as low as $97 (200 Level seats on 11/28) at the Forum. Get your Fleetwood Mac tickets today and see this iconic songstress live yourself!
5/13/14- Fleetwood Mac fans, 2014 is your year. Upon the return of Christine McVie, the group just wrapped up two months of recording music in Los Angeles, for their first time in over a decade. The band is "75% done" with their latest music according to Lindsey Buckingham, who is "pushing for a double album." Lock in Fleetwood Mac tickets for a chance to hear pieces of their newest songs in concert this year!
5/6/14 - The Fleetwood Mac revival has hit towns across the world, from London to Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Events like "Fleetmac Wood- Gold Dust Disco" have drawn gaggles of twenty and thirty-somethings to bars that play the group's most beloved 1970s hits. Score Fleetwood Mac tickets to see the legendary band experiencing a major resurgence live and in person! For their multiple show city dates, the cheapest Fleetwood Mac tickets are: $94 in Los Angeles (11/28), $108 in Chicago (10/3) and $85 in New York (10/7).
4/29/14 - Fleetwood Mac tickets are $340 on average (almost a $15 drop in price since 4/24) along their "On With the Show" tour. A contestant on the hit TV show, "The Voice" recently covered the classic 1970s ballad "Landslide," stimulating even more interest in the reunited band's upcoming trek. Fleetwood Mac Los Angeles tickets are cheaper than some other large-market prices: get-in for as low as $76 (11/28), $90 (11/29) and $102 (12/6) at The Forum.
4/24/14 – Fleetwood Mac tickets are easy to find on Razorgator; with more than 34,000 to choose from, everyone can enjoy a show with Christie McVie back in the lineup. 2014’s On With The Show Tour is averaging $354 with the cheapest tickets hovering around $50 (Winnipeg). Dallas Fleetwood Mac tickets at the American Airlines Center are the most expensive (avg. $770), with other major market shows just behind: Washington DC (avg. $550), Phoenix (avg. $517), Indianapolis (avg. $512), New York (avg. $498), and Chicago (avg. $472).
4/2/14 - If you made the error of passing up Fleetwood Mac tickets for their 35th anniversary tour in honor of Rumours, you have another chance to see them live this year! Opening September 30 in Minneapolis, the band will hit 33 cities including Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Los Angeles (two nights, 11/28 & 29), Denver, Houston and more, before closing out the year December 20 in Tampa. You can't wait to buy Fleetwood Mac tickets this time around, because after a 16-year absence, Christine McVie will be re-joining the band for their 2014 On With the Show Tour.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Fleetwood Mac are taking to the road again this spring and summer! The tour, which will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the release of their seminal, Grammy-winning album Rumours in 1977, is slated to kick off at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio on April 4, and wind up at Sacramento, California's Sleep Train Arena on July 6. Along the way, the band, which will feature its most successful lineup — Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks, who have been together, off and on, from 1975 through the present — have planned stops in 34 cities across the United States and Canada, including stops at Madison Square Garden, Honda Center, Air Canada Centre, Staples Center, and the venerable Hollywood Bowl. In preparation for the tour, the band has prepared some new music which will be mixed in with such classic singles as "Go Your Own Way" and "Don't Stop," two of the four Top Ten singles from the Rumours album, which received a "Diamond Award" from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). As of 2012, the Rumours album has been certified 19 times platinum (for sales of 19 million units), making it the sixth biggest selling album of all time in the U.S., as of 2012.
Fleetwood Mac tickets average $268 across all 2013 Fleetwood Mac tour dates. Average Fleetwood Mac concert ticket prices reach $350 or more in major markets like, Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and San Jose. Cheap Fleetwood Mac tickets start at under $75 in smaller markets, including Albany, Charlotte, Portland, and Tampa.