-One premium reserved ticket located in the first 5 rows
-VIP early entry into the venue
-Exclusive meet & greet with Mick Fleetwood
-Personal photograph with Mick Fleetwood
-Autographed 8x10 photo
-Onstage Q&A session at Mick's drum set
-Exclusive tour merchandise item
-Official meet & greet laminate
-On-site VIP host
Total package price is $750 per person.
Onsale Date: Monday, March 31, 2014 at 10:00 am via Ticketmaster.
The above package is for the Portland, OR show.
Source: Rose Quarter
For some this may be a lot of money, for others it might not. It's definitely a healthy increase over last years top VIP price of $425 for virtually the same offer.
Weigh your options and your desires... If you didn't get to do Mick's VIP Meet & Greet on the last tour, it's definitely worth the price for the experience of meeting the man and to guarantee yourself a prime seat in the first 5 rows.
Aside from this, there is the AMEX presale which also begins March 31st in the U.S.. After that the Facebook Presale which starts on April 2nd. Use the code 'Mac' which was provided by Live Nation on Facebook HERE. You must click on 'join' on the Facebook event page in order to reveal the code. On April 3rd the Live Nation presale takes place and various passwords have been given out by Live Nation over the last couple of days. I've compiled a list and you can access those on the tour dates page HERE.
Good luck with your ticket buying!
Check out the 2014 Tour Dates page for additional presale info and passwords
Very tacky to charge your fans.ReplyDelete
WTF Mick. Your not living in the real world. This has nothing to do with your fans. Lost a lot of respect for you Mick.ReplyDelete
Dont buy them tickets the 425 was the max i did it last year if everyone boycotts this then he will know he(mick) went too far this time!!! find other ave's. to buy tickets thats a rip off. Its called taking avantage of your fans!!!ReplyDelete
While people said in the past he likes to rip his fans off, heres a perfect exapleReplyDelete
He not about his fans look and what he tried to do with tring to get a sucker to buy a 35,000 dollar ride with his private jet (it was more than likely going to pay for this fuel in his jet for the whole tour)to a venue with him last year. He has no class he all about the money. Now with chris back he is using her to get more out of the fleetwood mac, fans i hope Stevie and lindsey see this and say something to him about this. he ruining the fleetwood mac name. Just Wrong that all it is. tom petty just toured last year. the band has a fan club you can get into tickets are 300 dollars for the first few rows at the stage. thats more reasonable. ok maybe 425 for a meet and greet. but 750 come on Mick Really!!!ReplyDelete
Damn, isn't the price to see ALL of Fleetwood Mac in concert enough? And even then, the highest ticket price doesn't mean you'll get the best seats. Stuff like this makes me want to stop going to concerts. Mick, or any other artist who does this should be ashamed of themselves.ReplyDelete
What is so sad is that the people who can afford it always get the best. Us working class people (school teacher here) who struggle to pay bills, but who are 100% fans in our hearts, can't afford this luxury. I envy those who can. I am very sad for those of us who can't. My bucket list is to some day sit in the front row of a Fleetwood Mac concert....in reality, this probably will never happen.I can dream and hope. I will just be happy to attend the concert and have a pair of binoculars. Oh, too be rich. It would be great if they picked some random poor people to meet and greet. That would be special and of the HEART. Carrie NorlinReplyDelete
I have been in the 5th row and that would have been the 1st but the girl selling the tickets got ticjets 1st. See got escorted out of the venue for some reason. The bad thing is thar the concert was so loud that I messed my hearing up in my left ear. I only have 20 percent hearing and I hear a squeal all the time. That has been twenty years now but I will not miss this tour. Might be the last one with all the 1975 group.Delete
What is so terribly sad is that the rich people always benefit and get the best seats, while us working class people (school teacher here), who are 100% fans of the heart, would love to be able to splurge on this opportunity will not be able to afford it. My bucket list dream is to sit in the front row at a Fleetwood Mac concert, but I know in reality that won't happen. On my budget, I will be lucky to get seats in the back and bring by binoculars. It would be great if somehow random poor folk could have the opportunity to meet and greet, sit in a front row, and things like that. I envy the rich in a way that they always get the best seats. I work hard just to come up with enough money to purchase 2 or 3 tickets. This will be my Christmas, Birthday, and everything else gift to myself and my family. Food this month...not much...I am buying tickets. Everything will go into buying tickets, it will be difficult, but I will manage, because i am a true fan. Where is my GOLDEN TICKET???????????ReplyDelete
Carrie Norlin, I feel pretty much the same as you. I was just asking someone at work today, what happened to the time when all fans had an equal chance of getting good seats at a concert(not just Fleetwood Mac, any concert)! Now, with ticket brokers and VIP experiences, the good seats are basicly held for those who have enough money to pay the premium price. Gone are the days of getting seats in the first 20 rows or even in the lower level, for the regular ticket price. With that said, I LOVE Fleetwood Mac and will be purchasing tickets, even though I know I will probably be bringing my binoculars. But you know what, we are TRUE FANS!ReplyDelete
Ya mick knows it could be the last one too. He knows this is his last real chance to make as much money as he can .Because Stevie and Lindsey can make money on their solo projects and mick can't. So screw the mac fans over and he is using Christine's come back to cash in he knows people will pay his prices.ReplyDelete
Help me, I'm poor.ReplyDelete
I did the $425 package last year and sure it was a lot of money but that's the price of lifelong memories I guess. I will not be doing it for $750 though, way too much for what it is.ReplyDelete
I play Lindsey and Peter Green in the UK tribute band Tango in the Night, which even though I say it myself is musically (and visually) .. lets say .. comparable! Even though our ticket prices are worlds away from the real Mac, we still offer a certain number for real Mac fans who are on benefits. On production of proof of a low income status you can get in for just £5. We don't think you should be penalised or miss out on the best music ever written just 'cos life's been a bitch and you're poor.ReplyDelete
Id just like to add to my previous comment, that I'm not saying it isn't worth the money, if you have it, it certainly is!ReplyDelete
ALSO it is FANTASTIC that Chrissy's back! Brilliant news! Made my day, no year I can tell you! But the other thing I would like to see happen before I die (and one can but dream!) would be to see Peter Green join them on stage and bring back Albatross, Man of the World and Oh Well, Green Manalishi, the songs that originally made FLEETWOOD MAC in the first place! He's still around you know!
I personally know from working closely with Mick and his branding manager JT that there is a lot of greed involved here. It's sad and yet true that the fans are being exploited for the "luxury" of this VIP experience which will NOT get them one inch closer to meeting the ones they REALLY want to meet--Stevie, Chris and Lindsey. So safe your hard earned $$$..buy a decent ticket to the show, or better yet BOYCOTT and get a better view when it comes to Palladia soon.ReplyDelete
When you are in Hawaii, you can meet Mr. Fleetwood and dine at his over priced eatery for a fraction of those VIP tickets.
Really am disappointed in the outrageous prices for the Meet and Greet! Mick- if you are reading this, EVERY single person here, who has commented have NEGATIVE comments! You are truly RIPPING OFF YOUR FANS! Is this the THANKS we get as fans who has SUPPORTED YOU, Lindsey, Stevie, Christine, and John McVie since the 70's? This is the thanks we get??? WOWReplyDelete
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So if FM tours next year will the meet and greet be $5,000.??ReplyDelete
Mick has every right to charge what he wants - and honestly, when you look at what you are getting, the price is quite fair. If you look at the ticket brokers (which is the only way to get floor seats anymore) you will be paying double this amount for seats in row 20. And before everyone jumps on me - I very much fall into the category of working class and live paycheck to paycheck. However, I will tap in to my savings account when something is important to me. The ability to take a friend and her daughter to this show and have this incredible experience with my absolute favorite band is worth it. I'm so excited this VIP package has been offered and am beyond blessed and thrilled that I get to attend.ReplyDelete
How can you live check by check, then pay 750 x3. your not living check by check.Sorry!!!ReplyDelete
I have to add that the current concert tickets for the tour are disgusting. Great (but standing) seats running 850.00 US dollars each. SAME seats that Bruce, 3 years ago, got 90.00 each so the COMMON person could go. These old hippies have become money grubbing millionaires and it makes me SAD.ReplyDelete
i really wanted to meet all of the band :(ReplyDelete
they wanted 820$ for the meet and greet with a front row ticket. *sigh*
We purchased the Meet and Greet thru Ticketmaster for the Winnipeg, MB. show set for Nov. 10. When can I expect all the details?ReplyDelete
Hi Wanda... About a week before the show you'll receive an email with instructions on what to do and where to go to pick up your tickets, or if you already have your tickets, they will instruct you on where to meet up at MTS Centre. You'll have fun! It's a really great experience. There's a Q&A portion of the Meet and Greet so think of something to ask if you already haven't. Enjoy the show... It's a good one!ReplyDelete
Yet again the ticket prices are outrageous for the uk dates. I do not know how the band can justify charging the fans this much. I could just about afford it myself as an older fan but I am not willing to pay such extortionate prices. I think many younger fans will be put off by it and lose interest in the band. Fleetwood Mac are not doing themselves any favours. Extremely disappointed!ReplyDelete
I paid $950 for 2 tickets for the 12-3 show That's $200 more then any other concert IReplyDelete
have seen in the Bay Area, for many years, and I have seen LOTS. Thought I read someplace where you told Christine you weren't doing this for the money....if it wasn't for the return of Christine I wouldn't be going....she's making MAC lots of $$$$ CAN YOU SAY THANK YOU CHRIS
Are the meet and greet tickets just to meet Mick or is it for the whole band? I'm wanting to get my wife backstage passes or something like that for our anniversary because she loves Stevie Nicks...ReplyDelete
Meet and Greet tickets are to meet Mick onlyReplyDelete
Everybody just STFU already. If you don't like it, then don't go.ReplyDelete
Hi I'm trying to get myself a really good ticket and hopefully try and meet the band but am unsure which ticket would give better oppertunity ie: premium club experience , VIP meet n greet or platinum experience at O2 LondonReplyDelete
the only tix that allow any kind of meet are Mick's VIP tickets. You only meet Mick not the whole band. The meet and Greet experience althou expensive is really great and one of those once in a lifetime things... Go for it if you can.Delete
Over the years, I've had the opportunity to meet and mingle with many stars, artists, and athletes and have never paid a cent for the experiences. Free market aside, I am a major Fleetwood Mac fan (Favoring Stevie Nicks) but would never pay for the "privilege" to them or anyone else. Its sad that kids nowadays will never know the enthusiasm or nervous excitement of waiting at backstage doors, just to get glimpse or a chance to meet their idols. It seems to be a less than humble way of greedily ignoring the real fans and only catering to the more fortunate. Where are the acts of appreciation for the years of loyal fans? I'll live in my bubble and convince myself that these artists do care about the monies I've spent on every album made, knowing all of the words to every song, and attaching certain songs to the memories of life changing events. It's bad enough that nosebleed seats can be upwards of $300.00. Shame on you Mick. Shame on you.ReplyDelete
after reading these comments im a bit confused, sounds like you have to really love mick and have some bucks to go to meet and greet. what is a regular type guy to doReplyDelete