Fleetwood Mac will stop off in Dublin next summer as part of their upcoming European ‘On With The Show’ tour.
The tour arrives in Europe at the end of May, their first concert will be at London’s O2, the band hit our shores towards the end of June.
Not only are the rock legends returning to Ireland for the first time since 2013, they’re reunited with songbird Christine McVie following a 16 year absence.
Last month, Fleetwood Mac kicked off their North American tour. The group returned to the stage to play their first full set with Christine McVie since 1998.
She retired in 1997 due to a phobia she developed, which was later treated with psychotherapy. She had a fear of flying and this was the reason she decided not to continue with Fleetwood Mac after 1998.
Lindsey Buckingham described McVie’s return as “a beautiful, profound, poetic new chapter now that this lady is back with us. And it’s a chapter that is going to go on for a while. A chapter that is going to yield much fruit. We are very, very excited.”
According to Christine McVie (with a caveat to stand corrected if she’s wrong) Fleetwood Mac will release a new album to coincide with the upcoming European tour.
Rumours have been flying around that the band were set to headline the pyramid stage at Glastonbury 2015. Unfortunately, festival organiser Michael Eavis and Mick Fleetwood have dashed those speculations, confirming that they will not be performing at Glasto next year.
Fleetwood Mac will arrive in Ireland on June 20th to play Dublin’s 3Arena. Tickets from €55.00 inc booking fee are on-sale from 9am on Friday 14th November 2014.