Fleetwood Mac charts tour sans Lindsey Buckingham with a stop at LCA

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We know what you're thinking. Fleetwood Mac is coming? Shut up and take my money. Don't stop thinking... about the fact that Fleetwood Mac is forever a revolving door of drama and yet has one of the most iconic and influential discographies of all time. So, yes. Here's our wallet. Take our money.

The tour announcement comes just over two weeks after the curious firing of Lindsey Buckingham, who joined the band in 1974 along with Stevie Nicks. Apparently, the gang got together in Maui and "secretly parted ways" with the long-time guitarist. Guess someone had to go their own way.



Joining the 50-city North American tour alongside members Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie are Mike Campbell of the Heartbreakers and Crowded House guitarist Neil Finn.

The tour will take off in Tulsa, OK in early October and conclude in Philadelphia in April of 2019. The new lineup will landslide through Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 8 p.m.



Tickets start at $69.50 and go on sale Friday, May 4 at 10 a.m. here.

Though not even a chain could keep the OG lineup together, the songs live on and for that we are #blessed.


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