Iconic classic band Fleetwood Mac has undergone various personnel changes, and fluctuating periods of critical and commercial success over the course of its four-decade career. Formed in 1967, the crew is best known for its lineup of singer Stevie Nicks, drummer Mick Fleetwood, bassist John McVie, guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and former keyboardist Christine McVie. Driven by the continued popularity of albums such as 1977’s “Rumours,” Fleetwood Mac is in position as one of the best selling artists ever, having sold more than 48.5 million records according to the RIAA.
Due to the band’s popularity, ticket sales have been strong for their various tours around the world. However, acrimony within the group have increased the rareness of such outings. Late in 2008, Fleetwood Mac announced that it would hit the road in spring 2009 for its first tour in about five years. As ticket sales began for the tour, the band quickly placed on TicketNews’s exclusive weekly events rankings.
Fleetwood Mac just had to reschedule the remaining dates on their 2019 tour after Stevie Nicks was diagnosed with the flu, but the group has now rescheduled shows for later this year. The group was slated to perform in Boston and Philadelphia, as well as cities in Canada including... Read more
The Rolling Stones were slated to headline the New Orleans Jazz Festival, and Fleetwood Mac stepped in when Mick Jagger was forced to cancel. Yet now, with Stevie Nicks plagued by the flu, the festival had to call on a third replacement: Widespread Panic. The Jazz Fest is right... Read more
The woes continued Monday for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival, as Fleetwood Mac – announced last week as the May 2 headliner to replace The Rolling Stones – has cancelled on the gig, along with the rest of its currently running North American tour. “As an update... Read more
Fleetwood Mac have been announced as the new headliners of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 2, stepping in for The Rolling Stones, who abruptly cancelled their appearance (and postponed their entire 2019 tour) a week ago due to a medical procedure needed by front man... Read more
This year’s Masters Golf Tournament, set to take place early April, took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Other notable sporting events of the day include basketball games Atlanta Hawks v. Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks v. Philadelphia 76ers,... Read more
“I Am The Highway,” a tribute concert for Soundgarden’s late singer Chris Cornell set to take place tonight in Los Angeles, was among yesterday’s best-selling events list, Ticket Club sales data reveals. The show, which will kick-off at The Forum, will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and feature artists... Read more
The country superstar George Strait took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list for a special one-night show at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium next year with Chris Stapleton, Ticket Club sales data reveals. Artists Willie Nelson, Andrea Bocelli, Fleetwood Mac, and Johnny Mathis followed due to upcoming shows. Backstreet... Read more
Fleetwood Mac are currently on a massive North American tour, with dates spanning into 2019, and due to high demand, even more shows were added to the trek. New stops include shows at Denver’s Pepsi Center, United Center in Chicago, Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Boston’s TD Garden, Toronto’s... Read more
Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers topped the weekend best-selling events list for the World Series game tomorrow, according to sales data from Ticket Club. World Series games will run through next Wednesday, taking multiple spots on the list. Additional notable sporting events include football games Kansas City... Read more