Fleetwood Mac announce 2013 UK tour dates

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  • 4 February 2013
Fleetwood Mac announce 2013 UK tour dates

2013 European tour includes London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow

Fleetwood Mac have announced dates for a 2013 European tour, which includes four UK dates in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow.

The tour marks the 35th anniversary of their 1977 album Rumours, undergoing a rennaissance thanks to being reissued recently on CD/DVD and vinyl. Recorded during one of the most turbulent times of the groups existence - following the break-up of the two couples within the band - Rumours has since sold over 40 million copies worldwide and become archetypal of the sound and culture we associate with 'classic' 70s rock. The Classic Albums TV series (available to stream via Lovefilm) featured Rumours in a 1989 programme.

The band line-up for this tour is is Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. Christine McVie is not part of the band, having last performed live with them during the group's 1998 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Many were anticipating a headline 2013 slot at Glastonbury, but recent statements from the band suggest that Glastonbury 2014 might be more likely.

Tickets for the UK dates go on sale Fri 8 Feb 9am.

Fleetwoord Mac 2013 UK tour dates

20 Sep Dublin, Ireland - O2 Dublin
24 Sep London, UK - O2 Arena
29 Sep Birmingham, UK - LG Arena
1 Oct Manchester, UK - Manchester Arena
3 Oct Glasgow, UK - The Hydro
6 Oct Cologne, Germany - Lanxess Arena
7 Oct Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ziggo Dome
9 Oct Antwerp, Belgium - Sport Palais
11 Oct Paris, France - Bercy
13 Oct Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion
14 Oct Stuttgart, Germany - Schleyerhalle
16 Oct Berlin, Germany - O2 World
18 Oct Herning, Denmark - Jynske Bank Boxen
20 Oct Oslo, Norway - Oslo Spektrum
23 Oct Stockholm, Sweden - Globen
25 Oct Helsinki, Finland - Hartwall Areena

Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way (HQ)

Fleetwood Mac - The Chain [Studio Version]

Fleetwood Mac

Still going after more than 50 years, rock veterans Fleetwood Mac return. This time though, they've replaced guitarist Lindsay Buckingham with Mike Campbell and Neil Finn.