Monday, July 20, 2015

Fleetwood Mac Announce Australian Tour Support Acts


Fleetwood Mac has announced sibling duo Angus & Julia Stone and all-sister rock group Stonefield as their supporting acts for select dates of their upcoming Australian tour. 

Angus & Julia Stone will hit the road for Perth, Adelaide, Hunter Valley and Geelong, as well as Fleetwood Mac's New Zealand dates, while Stonefield will perform on the tour's winery shows at Mt Duneed Estate (Geelong) and two Hope Estate Winery Shows (Hunter Valley). Supporting acts for the band's gigs in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne have yet to be announced.

Fleetwood Mac's Australian Tour Dates:

- October 22 - Allphones Arena, Sydney
- October 24 - Allphones Arena Sydney
- October 25 - Allphones Arena, Sydney
- October 28 - Coopers Stadium, Adelaide w/Angus & Julia
- October 30 - Domain Stadium, Perth w/Angus & Julia
- November 2 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
- November 4 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
- November 6 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
- November 7 - A Day On The Green, Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong w/Angus & Julia & Stonefield
- November 10 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
- November 12 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
- November 14 - Hope Estate Winery, Hunter Valley w/Angus & Julia & Stonefield
- November 15 - Hope Estate Winery, Hunter Valley w/Angus & Julia & Stonefield
- November 18 - Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, NZ w/Angus & Julia
- November 21 - Mt. Smart Stadium, Auckland, NZ w/Angus & Julia
- November 22 - Mt. Smart Stadium, Auckland, NZ w/Angus & Julia

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

They must be worn out from the tour so far, and by having an opening act they can shorten their set. I can't blame them. At their age doing a two and a half hour show is a bit much.

Anonymous said...

Feeling shocked and spoiled.

Anonymous said...

Angus and Julia are great - perfect fit for FM.

Anonymous said...

maybe not start at 700 be off the stage for 800 start 820 like usually.

Anonymous said...

In Australia, it is music industry law that foreign acts must have an Australian support act. FM are unlikely to shorten their set.

Anonymous said...

Very good opening acts. Love the voice of Julia. Nice to see an all female rock band like Stonefield. I know Angus & Julia have some USA dates, but hope Stonefield come here also one day.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe the above comment about Australia insisting on an Australian opening act it true. In 2006 I saw Stevie Nicks in Melbourne and Sydney and Vanessa Carlton opened for both shows and she is American.

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