Fleetwood Mac Tour
Tour by Fleetwood Mac
Start dateMay 15, 1975
End dateAugust 30, 1976
Legs4
No. of shows128
Fleetwood Mac concert chronology

After the release of the band's tenth album Fleetwood Mac in July 1975, the band, along with their new line-up of Lindsey Buckingham on guitar and vocals and Stevie Nicks on vocals, set off on a tour of the US and Canada to promote the album.

Set list

1975 setlist

  1. Get Like You Used to Be (Chicken Shack cover)
  2. Station Man
  3. Spare Me a Little of Your Love
  4. Rhiannon
  5. Monday Morning
  6. Why
  7. Landslide
  8. Crystal (Buckingham Nicks cover)
  9. Frozen Love (Buckingham Nicks cover)
  10. Over My Head
  11. Say You Love Me
  12. I'm So Afraid
  13. Oh Well
  14. The Green Manalishi (with the Two Pronged Crown)
  15. World Turning
  16. Blue Letter

Encore:

  1. Don't Let Me Down Again (Buckingham Nicks cover)
  2. Hypnotized

1976 setlist

  1. Sunny Side of Heaven
  2. Spare Me a Little of Your Love
  3. Rhiannon
  4. Monday Morning
  5. Why
  6. Landslide
  7. Over My Head
  8. Say You Love Me
  9. Silver Springs
  10. You Make Loving Fun
  11. I'm So Afraid
  12. Oh Well
  13. World Turning
  14. Blue Letter

Encore:

  1. Don't Let Me Down Again (Buckingham Nicks cover)
  2. Hypnotized

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
First leg[3][4][5]
May 15, 1975 El Paso United States El Paso County Coliseum
May 16, 1975 Amarillo Amarillo Civic Center
May 17, 1975 Abilene Taylor County Coliseum
May 18, 1975 Dallas Dallas Memorial Auditorium
May 19, 1975 San Antonio San Antonio Municipal Auditorium
May 21, 1975 Austin Austin Municipal Auditorium
May 22, 1975 Detroit Majestic Theater
May 23, 1975 Akron Akron Civic Theatre
May 24, 1975 Evansville Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum
May 25, 1975 South Bend C. Morris Civic Auditorium
May 27, 1975 Oxford Millet Hall
May 29, 1975 Upper Darby Tower Theater
May 30, 1975 Port Chester Capitol Theatre
May 31, 1975 Richmond The Mosque
June 1, 1975 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
June 3, 1975 Pittsburgh Stanley Theatre
June 4, 1975 Trenton Trenton War Memorial
June 5, 1975 Buffalo New Century Theatre
June 6, 1975 Hempstead Calderone Concert Hall[6]
June 7, 1975 Passaic Capitol Theatre
June 8, 1975 Waterbury Palace Theatre
Second leg
July 25, 1975 Houston United States Houston Music Hall
July 26, 1975 New Orleans Tad Gormley Stadium
August 1, 1975 San Bernardino Swing Auditorium
August 3, 1975[a] Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
August 7, 1975 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
August 8, 1975 Seattle United States Paramount Theatre
August 9, 1975 Portland Paramount Theatre
August 10, 1975 Missoula Adams Fieldhouse
August 11, 1975 Lethbridge Canada Lethbridge Sportsplex
August 13, 1975 Calgary Stampede Grandstand
August 15, 1975 Milwaukee United States MECCA Arena
August 17, 1975[b] Kansas City Royals Stadium
August 20, 1975 Salt Lake City Terrace Ballroom
August 22, 1975 Albuquerque Albuquerque Civic Auditorium
August 23, 1975 Flagstaff Northern Arizona University Hall
August 24, 1975 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
August 26, 1975 Tucson Tucson Convention Center
August 29, 1975 Modesto Olympic Gold Ice Arena
August 30, 1975 Anaheim Anaheim Stadium
August 31, 1975 San Diego Balboa Stadium
September 1, 1975 Fresno Madera Speedway
September 12, 1975 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
September 14, 1975 Casper Central Wyoming Fairgrounds
September 16, 1975 Lincoln Pershing Auditorium
September 17, 1975 Madison Veterans Memorial Coliseum
September 18, 1975 Chicago Auditorium Theatre
September 19, 1975 Carbondale SIU Arena
September 20, 1975 West Lafayette Elliott Hall of Music
September 23, 1975 La Crosse Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium
September 24, 1975 Davenport Orpheum Theater
September 25, 1975 Champaign Assembly Hall
September 26, 1975 Kent Student Center Ballroom
September 27, 1975 Detroit Michigan Theatre
September 29, 1975 Columbus Veterans Memorial Auditorium
October 3, 1975 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
October 4, 1975 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
October 5, 1975 Largo Capital Centre
October 8, 1975 Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial
October 9, 1975 Buffalo New Century Theatre
October 10, 1975 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
October 11, 1975 Philadelphia The Spectrum
October 12, 1975 Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Fieldhouse
October 13, 1975 South Orange South Orange Performing Arts Center
October 14, 1975 Syracuse Loew's State Theatre
October 15, 1975 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
October 16, 1975 Erie Erie County Field House
October 17, 1975 Passaic Capitol Theatre
October 18, 1975 Boston Boston Garden
October 20, 1975 New Haven New Haven Coliseum
October 24, 1975 Hamilton Reid Athletic Center
October 25, 1975 Storrs Jorgensen Auditorium
October 26, 1975 New York City Beacon Theatre
Third Leg
November 12, 1975 Birmingham United States Boutwell Auditorium[7]
November 14, 1975 Atlanta Fox Theater
November 15, 1975 Charleston Municipal Auditorium
November 19, 1975 Wilson Atlantic Christian College
November 20, 1975 Winston-Salem Wake Forest University Fieldhouse
November 21, 1975 Morgantown West Virginia University Coliseum
November 22, 1975 Harrisonburg Godwin Hall
November 26, 1975 Santa Monica Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
November 27, 1975 San Francisco Winterland Ballroom
November 28, 1975
November 29, 1975
November 30, 1975 San Jose San Jose Civic Auditorium
December 2, 1975 Sacramento Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
December 3, 1975 Houston Houston Music Hall
December 6, 1975 New Orleans The Warehouse
December 10, 1975 Tucson Tucson Convention Center
December 11, 1975 Denver Denver Convention Center
December 12, 1975 Phoenix Phoenix Civic Plaza
December 18, 1975 Bakersfield Bakersfield Civic Auditorium
December 19, 1975 Inglewood The Forum
December 20, 1975 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
Summer Tour '76
May 1, 1976[c] Oakland United States Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
May 3, 1976 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
June 18, 1976[d] Kansas City Royals Stadium
June 19, 1976 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
June 20, 1976 Des Moines Iowa State Fairgrounds
June 21, 1976 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
June 22, 1976
June 24, 1976 Milwaukee MECCA Arena
June 26, 1976 Peoria Glen Oak Park Amphitheatre
June 27, 1976 Fargo North Dakota State University
June 29, 1976 St. Louis Civic Center Busch Memorial Stadium
June 30, 1976 Cincinnati Riverfront Stadium
July 2, 1976 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
July 3, 1976 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
July 4, 1976 Tampa Tampa Stadium
July 12, 1976 Philadelphia The Spectrum
July 13, 1976 Syracuse War Memorial Arena
July 14, 1976 Hartford Colt Park
July 16, 1976 Green Bay Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena
July 17, 1976 Madison Dane County Coliseum
July 18, 1976 Denver Mile High Stadium
July 23, 1976 Richfield Richfield Coliseum
July 24, 1976 Pittsburgh Three Rivers Stadium
July 25, 1976 Foxborough Schaefer Stadium
July 27, 1976 Landover Capital Centre
August 24, 1976 San Bernardino Swing Auditorium
August 26, 1976 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
August 27, 1976 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
August 28, 1976
August 29, 1976
August 30, 1976

Box office score data

List of box office score data with date, city, venue, attendance, gross[8]
Date
(1976)
City Venue Attendance Gross
May 1[c] Oakland, United States Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 57,000 / 57,000 $486,200
June 18[d] Kansas City, United States Royals Stadium 39,121 / 39,121 $311,000
June 19 Omaha, United States Omaha Civic Auditorium 11,000 $72,000
June 24 Milwaukee, United States MECCA Arena 9,531 $65,380
June 29 St. Louis, United States Civic Center Busch Memorial Stadium 34,163 $350,400
July 13 Syracuse, United States War Memorial Arena 6,571 $39,816
July 14 Hartford, United States Colt Park 21,139 $166,886
July 16 Green Bay, United States Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena 5,074 $32,352
July 17 Madison, United States Dane County Coliseum 10,100 / 10,100 $61,701
July 18 Denver, United States Mile High Stadium 62,000 / 62,000 $496,000
July 24 Pittsburgh, United States Three Rivers Stadium 37,500 $375,000
July 25 Foxborough, United States Schaefer Stadium 64,791 / 64,791 $588,687
July 27 Landover, United States Capital Centre 18,787 / 18,787 $123,876
August 26 San Diego, United States San Diego Sports Arena 11,500 $79,500
TOTAL 388,277 $3,248,798

Notes

  1. ^ The concert on August 3, 1975 was a part of Day on the Green.
  2. ^ The concert on August 17, 1975 was a part of Summer Jam.
  3. ^ a b The concert on May 1, 1976 was a part of Day on the Green.
  4. ^ a b The concert on June 18, 1976 was a part of Summer Jam.

Personnel

References

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  2. ^ "Fleetwood Mac Setlist at Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro". setlist.fm. Retrieved 2017-06-28.
  3. ^ "STEVIE NICKS. HER MUSIC: Tour Archive 1975-1976". Retrieved 2017-06-28.
  4. ^ "Search for setlists: fleetwood mac 1975 | setlist.fm". www.setlist.fm. Retrieved 2017-06-28.
  5. ^ "Fleetwood Mac Gigography, Tour History". Songkick. Retrieved 2014-01-06.
  6. ^ http://www.buckinghamnicks.info/fm-fleetwood-mac/
  7. ^ Bush, J. limo driver (2019-02-19). "FLEETWOOD MAC 1975 Concert Ticket Stub Birmingham, AL". eBay. Retrieved 2019-02-20.
  8. ^ 1976 Box Office Data: