Fleetwood Mac has cancelled its April 26 concert at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC, because of “scheduling conflicts.” Ticket refunds are available at...

Fleetwood Mac has cancelled its April 26 concert at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC, because of “scheduling conflicts.” Ticket refunds are available at the point of purchase, and primary tickets purchased online or over the phone will be refunded automatically.

The band is still scheduled to perform the night before on April 25 at the Time Warmer Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC, and two nights later on August 28 at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA.

When a concert is cancelled due to “scheduling conflicts,” it can mean many things from the production being too big to fit in the venue to poor ticket sales. The April 26 performance is the only concert that Fleetwood Mac has axed on the tour so far.


Fleetwood Mac is touring for the first time in five years. The Unleashed Tour started March 1 in Pittsburgh, PA and dates are scheduled through May 31 in San Diego, CA. The tour was supposed to be 44 shows, but is now reduced to 43.

“We love our band and think the title of the tour ‘Unleashed’ perfectly describes how we all feel when we get on stage together — especially in 2009. We’re so happy to get back out on the road, perform everyone’s favorite songs and see our fans,” said the band in a joint statement before that start of the tour.