Saturday, November 14, 2015

Fleetwood Mac are set to wow close to 100,000 fans in Dunedin and Auckland

Rock supergroup Fleetwood Mac are set to wow close to 100,000 fans in Dunedin and Auckland this week at the end of their 15-month On With The Show world tour.


The American band will blast out a 23-song set including hits such as Dreams, Go Your Own Way and Tusk at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium on Wednesday, and again at gigs at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Saturday and Sunday.

Almost half of the 66,000-strong Auckland audience over the two nights will come from out of town, said Mt Smart's director of external relations Paul Brewer. Saturday's concert is sold out but a few tickets are still available for Sunday.

"The influx of fans will mean a significant boost for the local economy," he said.

Fleetwood Mac founding member Mick Fleetwood has said the shows will not be the band's last Downunder.

"This is not goodbye," Fleetwood told the 702 ABC Sydney breakfast show during the band's current tour of Australia. "Stevie [Nicks] mentioned it to me the other night, saying 'this can't be the goodbye tour because no one said that it was'."

8 comments:

Andrew Hogarth said...

Magic tour Down Under! The Mac certainly rocked!

Andrew Hogarth said...

The Mac certainly rocked Down Under! A lifetime of classic rocks songs delivered with soul and passion. Really enjoyed the Sydney concert!

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable concerts in Australia. Thank you all and thank you Mick for the great catch up. I was very proud with what happened for Dennis in Brisbane. Love Joyce.

Anonymous said...

One more Mac Is Back for the road in LA CA .. Say You Will

anon said...

Christine coming back makes this band a gigantic force!! Wow!

Anonymous said...

Since when have Fleetwood Mac been an American band?

Mr Plantpot said...

Well spotted 'Anonymous'! You couldn't get anyone more English than Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie and John McVie!

Zen8344 said...

Fleetwood Mac is 3 fifths English, 2 fifths American.

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