Saturday, February 09, 2013

The Ultimate Mick Fleetwood Insider Experience

Travel with Mick by Private Jet to Various Tour stop Cities on the upcoming Fleetwood Mac Tour.

Well this sounds kinda fun!  Prices for each package haven't been revealed and probably for good reason, it's probably not for your everyday man.  If you are interested, click below to inquire further.

21 comments:

Anna said...
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Anna said...

Mick is a cash cow. Sorry to say that, but other artists at least TRY to hide their hunger for money. I'm really disappointed in his tour packages and now THIS. My ticket for the show in October cost 120 bucks. I'm a 21-year-old student. 120 bucks is a lot to me. What a shame he doesn't know the true value of money, otherwise he wouldn't have been broke so many time throughout his life.

Anonymous said...

wow. 3 shows and some hang out time with mick is hardly worth $35,000

Anonymous said...

There is no way I could afford it but if I had the cash why not?

Anonymous said...

Is this tour about music or money? I miss In Your Dreams!

Anonymous said...

Stevie, stay with David Grohl and make real music. "You Can't Fix this" sounds great. Or do Buckingham Nicks. This is gross!

Anonymous said...

So does each member of FM charter their own private plane to shows? I thought they took the 737 Mac jet with each other. Then again, Gene Simmons said that the members of KISS only see each other onstage. They don't travel together, stay in the same hotel, or even communicate while on tour. I wonder if FM is the same way.

Anonymous said...

I'm just mad that I'll never be able to afford it! Yes Mick is a cash cow obviously but this experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I could always sell my soul lol.

Anonymous said...

I will experence the vip meet and greet once to say I did it. but really wish it was for stevie and lindsey,not mick from what little I have gather from this stuff it does look like mick is a money hungrey person and don't care about the hard working mans pocket.

Anonymous said...

All this anger! Last year, we were moaning because they weren't touring and now they are touring and the moaning goes on. Yes it's expensive, I'm doing the VIP with Mick because It will (I hope) be cool and interesting. I would love to meet any of the band members, poor John, no one even mentions him. Considering how these guys get ushered in and out of venue's, I wonder how much say they actually have in these prices and arrangements. Can we fans celebrate the forth coming tour and not judge these great musicians when we don't actually know who is wagging the dog. Please

Anonymous said...

Call me crazy but if i had the money I would do it in a heartbeat.

Anonymous said...

Omfg, is he broke again?

Anonymous said...

Mick "The Pimp" Fleetwood

Anonymous said...

I have never bought into argument that the artists are completely blind to the commerce side of things. I recall Tom Petty arguing about a record album price in the late 1970s. Watch the conversation of Lindsey and John McVie in Destiny Rules. They are very aware of the money raking in. Very aware.

Anonymous said...

Frankly, I could care less about this re-release ( yet again ) of Rumours! Mick will find anyway he can to get those dollar bills outta our pockets! Why don't they come up with something new and exciting for the fans, instead of rehashing out the same old materials.
If something is going to be released why not,
Stevie's first concert...White Wing Dove early 80's. or Buckingham Nicks on CD or where the heck is the IYD documentary...that has been on hold for over a year now! Do they really care about the fans? I really think they only care about the money! I'm really disappointed in them...including Stevie....And Mick you really are greedy!

Anonymous said...

The re-release of Rumours has nothing to do with Fleetwood Mac and everything to do with Warner Bros. Records compiling this and putting it out capitalizing on the fact the band is going back out. This very re-release was initially supposed to come out in 2009, but was shelved for some reason according to Mick in one of his recent UK interviews... Back in '09 Stevie said something about the reason it didn't come out then was because they couldn't get clearance or licensing on something.. I suspect it had something to do with the DVD which back in 09 they said was part of the package. So I don't think the Rumours re-release is entirely and band decision.

Anonymous said...

For all the Mick haters out there, I just want to say--as someone who worked in the industry and spent too much time on the road--I can't imagine ANY OTHER musician of his caliber even considering doing something like this in a million years. Most artist hate stupid minute meet and greets. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. And whether he needs the money or not, it's pretty generous considering most musicians don't want to be bothered on tour.

Anonymous said...

Generous! Are you kidding ? Generous, would be, not asking for a HEFTY 35 GRAND ...how many people have that kinda money to throw out like that? I can see a couple of thousand dollars, MAYBE...that is still a far reach for most of the fans !

Anonymous said...

This smells like the same kind of Fan Club scam that was going on a few years ago fleecing the flocks of faithful followers of their cash.
Its no secret to many who petitioned for a class action lawsuit against his manager who with Micks blessing, orchestrated it.
This is simply greed. plain and simple.

Anonymous said...

Come on guys, everyone needs to give Mick a break.
He's separated from his wife and unfortunately most likely headed for a divorce. I am sure his wife is going to get a hefty pay out on top of the child support she's going to get, so the man's going to need all the money he can get.
Plus like Stevie has said before, she (Stevie), Lindsey and Christine make a lot of extra money off the songs they write that Mick and John don't make. So Stevie and Lindsey don't need to do any personal meet and greets to make extra money like Mick does. If I had 35,000.00 (which for what your getting is actually a good price) lying around I would do it in a heartbeat.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone hear if this was successful? How much did it cost?
Haven't heard a word from anyone who actually ponied up the bus for this "experience"

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