Fleetwood Mac‘s only announced concerts for 2017 are their appearances at The Classic West and The Classic East festivals, but 2018 will bring a full-fledged Mac attack.
Keyboardist and vocalist Christine McVie confirmed to the BBC’s The One show that the entire band will hit the road in 2018. “We’re gonna start rehearsing in March next year and the tour is around June,” she revealed. “It’ll be global.”
The last time Fleetwood Mac went on the road was for the On with the Show Tour, which began in September 2014 and ended in November of 2015. It was the band’s first tour after Christine rejoined the band following a 16-year absence.
In the past year or so, the members of Fleetwood Mac expressed an interest in making a new album, but Stevie Nicks said she’d rather just tour. As a result, Christine and singer/guitarist Lindsey Buckingham ended up releasing a duets album that features the entire band, except for Stevie.
The Classic West and The Classic East festivals take place July 15-16 and July 29-30, respectively, in Los Angeles and New York City. Fleetwood Mac will be performing with Journey and Earth, Wind & Fire on July 16 and July 30, while the bill for the other events will feature The Eagles, The Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan.
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