An Evening with Fleetwood Mac
Tour by Fleetwood Mac
Location
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Oceania
Start dateOctober 3, 2018
End dateNovember 16, 2019
Legs4
No. of shows88
Fleetwood Mac concert chronology

An Evening with Fleetwood Mac was a concert tour by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. The tour's lineup consisted of Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. The tour marked the first tour with the band for Campbell and Finn, and the first tour without Lindsey Buckingham since the Another Link in the Chain Tour (1994–1995). The tour began on October 3, 2018, at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma and concluded in November 2019.

Background

Fleetwood Mac's plans for a worldwide concert tour in 2018 were first revealed by Christine McVie in March 2017, when the tour was initially referred to as a "farewell tour", with plans of having the Rumours lineup (Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie) reuniting for another tour for the first time since On with the Show (2014–2015).[1] "The 2018 tour is supposed to be a farewell tour, but you take farewell tours one at a time. Somehow we always come together, this unit. We can feel it ourselves" said Christine McVie. She told The One Show in June 2017 that the band planned to begin rehearsing in March 2018, and begin the global tour in June.[2][3] The band announced the tour on April 25, 2018, with a leg of 54 concerts across North America, beginning in October 2018.[4] Weeks prior to the tour announcement, the band had announced its separation with longtime vocalist and lead guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.[5] The separation was reportedly due to disagreements concerning the tour. According to Stevie Nicks, the band wanted to begin rehearsals in June 2018 and tour at the end of the year, while Buckingham wanted to put off rehearsals until November 2019. Vocalist/guitarist Neil Finn and guitarist Mike Campbell joined the band after Buckingham's departure.[6]

Set list

This set list is representative of the show on March 11, 2019.[7] It may not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "The Chain"
  2. "Little Lies"
  3. "Dreams"
  4. "Second Hand News"
  5. "Say You Love Me"
  6. "Black Magic Woman"
  7. "Everywhere"
  8. "Rhiannon"
  9. "Tell Me All the Things You Do"
  10. "World Turning"
  11. "Gypsy"
  12. "Oh Well"
  13. "Don't Dream It's Over"
  14. "Landslide"
  15. "Hold Me"
  16. "Monday Morning"
  17. "You Make Loving Fun"
  18. "Gold Dust Woman"
  19. "Go Your Own Way"
Encore
  1. "Free Fallin'"
  2. "Don't Stop"
  3. "All Over Again"

Setlist 2

Setlist 2, used later in the tour, made the following changes:[9]

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue Attendance Box Office
North America
October 3, 2018 Tulsa United States BOK Center 11,694 / 11,694 $1,451,847[10]
October 6, 2018 Chicago United Center
October 8, 2018 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
October 10, 2018 Louisville KFC Yum! Center
October 12, 2018 Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena
October 14, 2018 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena
October 16, 2018 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse
October 18, 2018 Kansas City Sprint Center
October 20, 2018 St. Louis Enterprise Center
October 22, 2018 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
October 26, 2018 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
October 28, 2018 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum
October 30, 2018 Detroit Little Caesars Arena
November 1, 2018 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena
November 3, 2018 Ottawa Canada Canadian Tire Centre
November 5, 2018 Toronto Scotiabank Arena
November 7, 2018 Columbus United States Nationwide Arena
November 14, 2018 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
November 17, 2018 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome 18,828 / 18,828 $2,351,594[11]
November 19, 2018 Portland Moda Center
November 21, 2018 San Jose SAP Center
November 23, 2018 Sacramento Golden 1 Center
November 25, 2018 Oakland Oracle Arena 12,903 / 12,903 $1,806,852[12]
November 28, 2018 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena
November 30, 2018 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 15,038 / 15,450 $2,305,731[13]
December 3, 2018 Denver Pepsi Center
December 6, 2018 Fresno Save Mart Center
December 8, 2018 San Diego Viejas Arena
December 11, 2018 Inglewood The Forum 42,628 / 52,500 $5,900,000[14]
December 13, 2018
December 15, 2018
January 31, 2019 Denver Pepsi Center 13,511 / 13,511 $1,652,308[15]
February 2, 2019 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center
February 5, 2019 Houston Toyota Center
February 7, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,434 / 15,237 $2,370,345[16]
February 9, 2019 Austin Frank Erwin Center 13,174 / 13,174 $2,001,664[17]
February 13, 2019 Birmingham Legacy Arena
February 16, 2019 New Orleans Smoothie King Center
February 18, 2019 Tampa Amalie Arena 17,000 / 17,000 $1,800,900[18]
February 20, 2019 Sunrise BB&T Center
February 22, 2019 Columbia Colonial Life Arena
February 24, 2019 Charlotte Spectrum Center
February 27, 2019 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,635/14,635 $2,165,057[19]
March 1, 2019 Chicago United Center
March 3, 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena
March 5, 2019 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
March 9, 2019 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
March 11, 2019 New York City Madison Square Garden 30,912 / 30,912[a] $4,769,179[20][a]
March 13, 2019 Newark Prudential Center
March 15, 2019 Hartford XL Center
March 18, 2019 New York City Madison Square Garden 30,912 / 30,912[a] $4,769,179[a]
March 20, 2019 Albany Times Union Center 11,636 / 11,636 $1,545,428[21]
March 22, 2019 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
March 24, 2019 Baltimore Royal Farms Arena
March 26, 2019 Buffalo KeyBank Center
March 31, 2019 Boston TD Garden
Europe
June 6, 2019 Berlin Germany Waldbühne 22,000
June 8, 2019[b] Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Grounds 45,000
June 10, 2019[c] Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland 48,000
June 13, 2019 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
June 16, 2019 London England Wembley Stadium
June 18, 2019
Oceania
August 9, 2019 Perth Australia Perth Arena
August 11, 2019
August 15, 2019 Sydney Sydney Super Dome
August 17, 2019
August 20, 2019 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
August 22, 2019
August 24, 2019
August 27, 2019 Sydney Sydney Super Dome
August 29, 2019
September 2, 2019 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 53,072 / 53,072 $7,303,980[24]
September 4, 2019
September 7, 2019
September 9, 2019
September 12, 2019 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
September 14, 2019
September 16, 2019
September 19, 2019
September 21, 2019 Dunedin Forsyth Barr Stadium
North America
October 28, 2019 Boston United States TD Garden
October 30, 2019 Quebec City Canada Videotron Centre
November 1, 2019 Toronto Scotiabank Arena
November 3, 2019 Philadelphia United States Wells Fargo Center
November 7, 2019 Winnipeg Canada Bell MTS Place
November 10, 2019 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
November 12, 2019 Edmonton Rogers Place
November 16, 2019 Las Vegas United States T-Mobile Arena 15,464 / 15,464 $2,939,051[25]
Total

Personnel

with:

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d The score data is representative of the both shows at Madison Square Garden on March 11 and 18 respectively.
  2. ^ The June 8, 2019 concert in Werchter is part of Werchter Boutique Festival.[22]
  3. ^ The June 10, 2019 concert in Landgraaf is part of Pinkpop Festival.[23]

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