“On With the Show” With Fleetwood Mac


Diehard Fleetwood Mac fans, the rumors were true! Stevie Nicks and company are heading out on a full tour later this year.

The North American reunion tour was announced this morning during NBC’s Today show and will be their first time hitting the road since singer-keyboardist Christine McVie rejoined the band following a 16-year break. McVie’s last show with the band was back in 1998 during their “Dance Tour.”

Back in January, McVie’s publicist had confirmed that she had rejoined the band, a rumor that had been running around the web since September 2013. After that confirmation had been made, there had been some hinting that a tour announcement would be made as well.

In an interview, McVie revealed that the real reason she stopped touring with the band was because of her fear of flying and noted that she hasn’t flown in 15 years. Nicks though, had said that she really though that McVie would never come back to the band once she had left.

The tour has officially been named the “On with the Show” tour which will visit 33 cities and have a total of 34 shows. The first stop of the tour will be in Minneapolis on September 30 at the Target Center. After an almost three-month trek around the country, the show will wrap up in Ft. Lauderdale on December 19 at the BB&T Center. Fleetwood Mac’s last full-scale tour was back in 2012.

General admission tickets through LiveNation will go on sale beginning on March 31 while the band are set to return to the Today show on October 9th to perform. All the tour dates can be seen below.


Sept. 30 — Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)
Oct. 2 — Chicago, IL (United Center)
Oct. 6 — New York City (Madison Square Garden)
Oct. 10 — Boston, MA (TD Garden)
Oct. 11 — Newark, NJ (Prudential Center)
Oct. 14 — Pittsburgh, PA (Consol Energy Center)
Oct. 15 — Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)
Oct. 18 — Toronto, ON (Air Canada Centre)
Oct. 19 — Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)
Oct. 21 — Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
Oct. 22 — Detroit, MI (The Palace of Auburn Hills)
Oct. 26 — Ottawa, ON (Canadian Tire Centre)
Oct. 31 — Washington, DC (Verizon Center)
Nov. 1 — Hartford, CT (XL Center)
Nov. 10 — Winnipeg, MB (MTS Centre)
Nov. 12 — Saskatoon, SK (Credit Union Centre)
Nov. 14 — Calgary, AB (Scotiabank Saddledome)
Nov. 15 — Edmonton, AB (Rexall Place)
Nov. 18 — Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)
Nov. 20 — Tacoma, WA (Tacoma Dome)
Nov. 22 — Portland, OR (Moda Center)
Nov. 24 — Sacramento, CA (Sleep Train Arena)
Nov. 25 — San Jose, CA (SAP Center at San Jose)
Nov. 28 — Los Angeles, CA (The Forum)
Nov. 29 — Los Angeles, CA (The Forum)
Dec. 2 — San Diego, CA (Viejas Arena at San Diego State University)
Dec. 3 — Oakland, CA (Oracle Arena)
Dec. 10 — Phoenix, AZ (US Airways Center)
Dec. 12 — Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)
Dec. 14 — Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)
Dec. 15 — Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
Dec. 17 — Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)
Dec. 19 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL (BB&T Center)