Following tickets going on general sale for the Fleetwood Mac Australian tour 2013 this morning, the legendary band’s 1st Sydney and Melbourne shows have sold out.

Due to continued overwhelming demand, a 2nd Melbourne show has been added, performing at Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday November 27. A 2nd Sydney show was announced yesterday, playing the Sydney Entertainment Centre on Monday November 11.

Tickets for all shows, including the 2nd Melbourne and Sydney shows, are on sale now.

Fleetwood Mac’s spectacular two-hour-plus show reunites the multi-Grammy winning, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees on stage to deliver many of their classic and most beloved songs including ‘The Chain’, ‘Dreams’, ‘Second Hand News’, ‘Rhiannon’, ‘Sara’, ‘Gold Dust Woman’, ‘Tusk’, ‘Looking Out for Love’, ‘Don’t Stop’, ‘Go Your Own Way’… the list goes on.
The current line-up includes Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham along with Fleetwood Mac founders Mick Fleetwood and John McVie.

“We are thrilled to return to Australia where we’ve always loved performing. Our fans there are phenomenal,” commented the group in a joint statement. This will be Fleetwood Mac’s first series of concerts since 2009’s sold-out Unleashed Tour.

‘Rumours’ – the 1977 album that made Fleetwood Mac one of the world’s most iconic bands, garnered universal critical praise, earned the Grammy for Album of the Year and more than 40 million sales worldwide – celebrated its 35th anniversary this February with the release of both an expanded and super deluxe editions (through Warner Music Aust).

In addition to the ‘Rumours’ reissue, last month Fleetwood Mac released a four-track EP, ‘Extended Play’, comprising of three new songs and one “lost song” from the 1973 Buckingham Nicks days; their first new material in more than a decade.

With a career spanning more than four decades and global album sales amassing more than 100 million, Fleetwood Mac live is not to be missed.

Fleetwood Mac 2013 Australian Tour

Sunday November 10 – SOLD OUT
Sydney, Entertainment Centre

Monday November 11 (2nd Show)
Sydney, Entertainment Centre

Saturday November 16
Hunter Valley, Hope Estate Winery

Tuesday November 19
Adelaide, Entertainment Centre

Friday November 22
Perth, Perth Arena

Tuesday November 26 – SOLD OUT
Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena

Wednesday November 27 (2nd Show)
Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena

Saturday November 30
Geelong, The Hill Winery

Monday December 2
Brisbane, Entertainment Centre


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