|Tour by Fleetwood Mac|
|Start date||September 1, 1982|
|End date||October 31, 1982|
|No. of shows||32|
|Fleetwood Mac concert chronology|
The Mirage Tour in Autumn 1982 was a concert tour by British-American pop rock band Fleetwood Mac. The tour only lasting a few months. Unlike the extensive Tusk tour, the Mirage Tour was confined to just the US in 29 cities.
This would be the last tour with Lindsey Buckingham with the band until The Dance in 1997. Although Buckingham would perform on and produce the next album, Tango in the Night, he did not tour and decided to leave the band.
Tragedy struck during the month of October when Nicks' best friend, Robin Anderson, died leaving Nicks in a total state of shock. As a result, she gave some of her most electrifying and heartfelt performances to date.
On October 18, the band played at a benefit concert organized by the City of Hope foundation. Nicks also played a solo set with her band and Don Henley appearing as a guest artist.
The October 15 and 20 shows were originally scheduled for early October, but had to be postponed because Nicks was ill, suffering from walking pneumonia.
The October 22 show at The Forum in Inglewood, was filmed and released in 1984 in VHS (and later in DVD) under the title "Fleetwood Mac In Concert - Mirage Tour '82".
|September 1, 1982||Greensboro||United States||Greensboro Coliseum|
|September 2, 1982||Atlanta||Omni Coliseum|
|September 4, 1982||Orlando||Citrus Bowl (Rock Superbowl Festival)|
|September 5, 1982||San Bernardino||Glen Helen Regional Park (US Festival)|
|September 9, 1982||Lexington||Rupp Arena|
|September 10, 1982||Norfolk||Norfolk Scope|
|September 11, 1982||Philadelphia||The Spectrum|
|September 14, 1982||East Rutherford||Brendan Byrne Arena|
|September 15, 1982||Worcester||The Centrum|
|September 18, 1982||Indianapolis||Market Square Arena|
|September 19, 1982||Detroit||Joe Louis Arena|
|September 22, 1982||East Troy||Alpine Valley Music Theatre|
|September 23, 1982||Bloomington||Met Center|
|September 26, 1982||Oklahoma City||Myriad Convention Center|
|September 27, 1982||Houston||The Summit|
|September 28, 1982||Dallas||Reunion Arena|
|September 30, 1982||Tempe||Compton Terrace Amphitheatre|
|October 3, 1982||Oakland||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum|
|October 7, 1982||Austin||Frank Erwin Center|
|October 9, 1982||Chapel Hill||Carmichael Auditorium|
|October 10, 1982||East Troy||Alpine Valley Music Theatre|
|October 12, 1982||Memphis||Mid-South Coliseum|
|October 13, 1982||Baton Rouge||LSU Assembly Center|
|October 15, 1982||Denver||McNichols Sports Arena|
|October 17, 1982||Sacramento||Cal Expo Amphitheatre|
|October 18, 1982||Irvine||Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre|
|October 20, 1982||Oakland||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum|
|October 21, 1982||Inglewood||The Forum|
|October 22, 1982|
|October 25, 1982||Cedar Falls||UNI-Dome|
|October 26, 1982||Lincoln||Pershing Auditorium|
|October 28, 1982||St. Louis||Checkerdome|
|October 31, 1982||Austin||Frank Erwin Center|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.