Fleetwood Mac have announced three-date New Zealand Tour after three European shows for June 2019, featuring new touring members Mike Campbell and Neil Finn.
The band will perform at Auckland’s Spark Arena on September 16 and 19, and Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium on September 21.
The tour will include Kiwi musician Neil Finn, who joined the band in 2018 after longtime guitarist Lindsay Buckingham left the group.
The ‘Landslide’ hitmakers – Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie – will be joined by newcomers the Heartbreakers’ Mike Campbell and Crowded House’s Neil Finn in Berlin, Dublin and London, next June.ickets for the UK and Europe dates are on sale from 9am on Friday.
Fleetwood Mac achieved No. 1 success in New Zealand with their albums Rumours, Tusk, their 1988 Greatest Hits record and the compilation album, 25 Years – The Chain.
A Spark pre-sale will be held from 10am on January 22, with a Live Nation pre-sale following from midday on January 24. General sale tickets can be purchased from midday on January 25.
The veteran rock band, who are currently touring the US, will play Wembley on 16 June after gigs in Berlin and Dublin.’Fleetwood Mac has always been a creative evolution. We look forward to honouring that spirit on this upcoming tour.”
Meanwhile Lindsey Buckingham will starts his solo tour 4 days after Fleetwood,
Guitarist also preps new anthology collection covering solo career Lindsey Buckingham will embark on a North American tour this fall and release a new anthology chronicling his solo career.
Buckingham’s fall tour marks the musician’s first since he was fired from Fleetwood Mac in April. The trek launches October 7th at Revolution Hall in Portland, Oregon and wraps December 9th at the Sands Event Center in
Fleetwood Mac Set List, Oct. 3, 2018 – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Fleetwood Mac have a new line-up after guitarist Lindsey Buckingham was fired back in April due to “scheduling conflicts”.
Guitarist Mike Campbell and Crowded House frontman Neil Finn have joined existing members Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie and John McVie.
Singer Stevie recently explained: ”We were never able to do that since 1975 because certain people in the band weren’t interested in doing that.
”Now we’re able to open the set with a lot; a raucous version of [1969’s] ‘Rattlesnake Shake’ or something. I’d also like to do [1970’s] ‘Station Man,’ which has always been one of may favorites. We’re definitely doing [1970’s] ‘Oh Well.”’
Tickets for Fleetwood Mac go on sale to the general public on October 26 at 9am at www.livenation.co.uk