Friday, December 14, 2012

MEET Mick Fleetwood + Guaranteed Seat In FIRST 5 ROWS! At Fleetwood Mac Show

Mick Fleetwood VIP Experience
Mick Fleetwood is offering VIP Meet & Greets for the upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour!

Here's what you get for the top price of $425.  
  • Ticket in First 5 Rows
  • VIP Entry to Venue
  • VIP Host for the Evening
  • Meet & Greet with Mick Fleetwood
  • VIP Q&A with Mick Fleetwood onstage at his Drum Kit
  • Personal Photo with Mick Fleetwood
  • Mick Fleetwood VIP Laminate
There's a second option for $375 which gives you everything below except your ticket is for the First 20 Rows.  Either way, the $425 ticket is a way cheaper option then what Ticketmaster is offering on their Premium Tickets which can run you $1,500 WITHOUT the Meet and Greet!.

To purchase tickets, check out Micks new website at to purchase.

It's unfortunate that this option wasn't up and available PRIOR to todays pre-sale with Live Nation etc.!  Could have saved some frustration with ticket buyers trying to get great seats... This pretty much guarantees a good seat albeit at a slightly higher price.


Anonymous said...

Met Mick in 1989.
Met Lindsey in 1993.
Met Stevie in 1996.

The fact each meet & greet cost absolutely nothing: Priceless.

Anonymous said...

How humble of you

Anonymous said...

Yea how wonderful that I already purchased tickets to two shows before this was offered. Nice timing Mick !!!

illume1 said...

I'm coming to the Anaheim show from Sydney Australia!
The Magic Kingdom will not be Disneyland May 28th 2013, but The Honda Arena, echoing with the Mighty Mac!
Yikes!!! To think i almost blew 3k on Ticketmster Plstinum Seats!!!!!

Brian said...

for once I waited and it turned out good got tickets for meet@greet in boston 3rd row center stage but dont like the platinum seats price way way over priced not right really the this economic world today. its fair enough for a pair of seats for a meet@greet wishing it was for lindsey and stevie too.but I dought it.

Anonymous said...

Make sure this is NOT being handled by Micks manager, Jonathan Todd, like the last fan club diaster. It's all about $$$$ for He and Mick and I predict another rip off.

Anonymous said...

I seem to remember a class action against a similar SCAM a few years ago! Meeting Mick is not a big deal, and certainly not worth the $$ they are asking. It's going right into the pocket of Mick and his manager. Stevie and Lindsey want nothing to do with this. BOYCOTT. Just get tickets, if you really want to meet Mick he is at almost any restaurant or grand opening these days.

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