Fleetwood Mac, 2018-2019 Tour

Fleetwood Mac: 2018-2019 Tour

In October, Fleetwood Mac embarked on a 60-show North American tour (U.S. and Canada), with new band members Neil Finn and Michael Campbell. Produced by Live Nation, the “50 Years” tour started in Tulsa, Oklahoma on October 5, 2018 and is scheduled to end in Calgary, Alberta on April 15, 2019. The European leg of the tour will start in Berlin, Germany on June 6, 2019.

In addition to playing its most popular songs (such as “The Chain,” “Dreams,” and “Don’t Stop”), the reconfigured Fleetwood Mac has been performing a diverse set list consisting of songs from its entire catalog, including tracks from its blues roots, such as the 1968 single “Black Magic Woman” (later popularized by Santana) and “Oh Well,” both songs written by co-founding member Peter Green. They are also performing songs from their transitional years from 1969 to 1974 (“Tell Me All the Things You Do,” “Hypnotized”), during which different band members came and went.

The band is paying tribute to late musician Tom Petty, with whom Stevie Nicks and Michael Campbell had close friendships. Stevie sings lead on “Free Fallin'” and Michael performs “Oh Well,” the latter being a favorite cover song of Petty. “All Over Again,” a deep cut from the band’s 1995 album Time, has been closing the shows.

To help promote the tour, Rhino Records will be releasing the 3CD retrospective Fleetwood Mac — 50 Years: Don’t Stop on November 16.

Fleetwood Mac, United Center, Chicago, October 6 2018
(Fleetwood Mac live in Chicago, October 6, 2018. United Center)
Fleetwood Mac, United Center, Chicago, October 6 2018
(Fleetwood Mac live in Chicago, October 6, 2018. United Center)

Promotional Shows

Tuesday, September 4 Burbank, California The Ellen Show
  1. The Chain
  2. Gypsy
Friday, September 21 Las Vegas, Nevada T-Mobile Arena (iHeartRADIO Music Festival)
  1. The Chain
  2. Little Lies
  3. Second Hand News
  4. Gold Dust Woman
  5. Don’t Stop*

*Rebroadcast on the CW Network, 10/8/2018

2018-2019 North American Tour

(Click performance date for YouTube videos)

1. Wednesday, October 3 Tulsa, Oklahoma BOK Center Opening night: 24-song set list (see below)
2. Saturday, October 6 Chicago, Illinois United Center
3. Monday, October 8 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena “All Over Again” is dropped from the set.
4. Wednesday, October 10 Louisville, Kentucky KFC YUM! Center “All Over Again” returns to the set.
5. Friday, October 12 Lincoln, Nebraska Pinnacle Bank Arena
6. Sunday, October 14 Des Moines, Iowa Wells Fargo Arena
7. Tuesday, October 16 Indianapolis, Indiana Bankers Life Fieldhouse “Hypnotized” is dropped from the set.
8. Thursday, October 18 Kansas City, Missouri Sprint Center “Storms” is dropped from the set. “Gypsy” is added.
9. Saturday, October 20 St. Louis, Missouri Enterprise Center “Johnny B. Goode” (Chuck Berry cover) is briefly played after “Gypsy”
10. Monday, October 22 Saint Paul, Minnesota Xcel Energy Center
11. Wednesday, October 24 Sioux Falls, South Dakota Denny Sanford Premiere Center Postponed to February 2, 2019, due to tour scheduling issues.
11. Friday, October 26 Cleveland, Ohio Quicken Loans Arena “I Got You” is dropped from the set.
12. Sunday, October 28 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wisconsin Entertainment & Sports Center
13. Tuesday, October 30 Detroit, Michigan Little Caesars Arena
14. Thursday, November 1 Pittsburgh, Philadelphia PPG Paints Arena
15. Saturday, November 3 Ottawa, Ontario (CANADA) Canadian Tire Centre
16. Monday, November 5 Toronto, Ontario (CANADA) Scotiabank Arena
17. Wednesday, November 7 Columbus, Ohio Nationwide Arena
18. Saturday, November 10 Edmonton, Alberta (CANADA) Rogers Place Rescheduled for April 13, 2019 due to band member illness
19. Monday, November 12 Calgary, Alberta (CANADA) Scotiabank Saddledome (CANADA) Rescheduled for April 15, 2019 due to band member illness.
18. Wednesday, November 14 Vancouver, British Columbia (CANADA) Pepsi Live At Rogers Arena
19. Saturday, November 17 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
20. Monday, November 19 Portland, Oregon Moda Center
21. Wednesday, November 21 San Jose, California SAP Center
22. Friday, November 23 Sacramento, California Golden 1 Center
23. Sunday, November 25 Oakland, California Oracle Arena
24. Wednesday, November 28 Phoenix, Arizona Talking Stick Resort Arena
25. Friday, November 30 Las Vegas, Nevada T-Mobile Arena
26. Monday, December 3 Denver, Colorado Pepsi Center
27. Thursday, December 6 Fresno, California Save Mart Center
28. Saturday, December 8 San Diego, California Viejas Arena
29. Tuesday, December 11 Inglewood, California The Forum
30. Thursday, December 13 Inglewood, California The Forum
31. Saturday, December 15 Inglewood, California The Forum
 – End of Leg 1 –
32. Friday, January 31, 2019 Denver, Colorado Pepsi Center
33. Saturday, February 2 Sioux Falls, South Dakota Denny Sanford Premiere Center Rescheduled show from October 24, 2019
34. Tuesday, February 5 Houston, Texas Toyota Center
35. Thursday, February 7 Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center
36. Saturday, February 9 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
37. Wednesday, February 13 Birmingham, Alabama Legacy Arena at The BJCC
38. Saturday, February 16 New Orleans, Louisiana Smoothie King Center
39. Monday, February 18 Tampa, Florida Amalie Arena
40. Wednesday, February 20 Fort Lauderdale, Florida BB&T Center
41. Friday, February 22 Columbia, South Carolina Colonial Life Arena
42. Sunday, February 24 Charlotte, North Carolina Spectrum Center
43. Wednesday, February 27 Nashville, Tennessee Bridgestone Arena
44. Friday, March 1 Chicago, Illinois United Center
45. Sunday, March 3 Atlanta, Georgia State Farm Arena
46. Tuesday, March 5 Washington, DC Capital One Arena
47. Saturday, March 9 Atlantic City, New Jersey Boardwalk Hall
48. Monday, March 11 New York, New York Madison Square Garden
49. Wednesday, March 13 Newark, New Jersey Prudential Center
50. Friday, March 15 Hartford, Connecticut XL Center
51. Wednesday, March 20 Albany, New York Times Union Center
52. Friday, March 22 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wells Fargo Center
53. Sunday, March 24 Baltimore, Maryland Royal Farms Arena (Formerly Baltimore Arena)
54. Tuesday, March 26 Buffalo, New York Keybank Center
55. Sunday, March 31 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
56. Tuesday, April 2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
57. Friday, April 5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wells Fargo Center
58. Monday, April 8 Toronto, Ontario (CANADA) Scotiabank Arena
59. Saturday, April 13 Edmonton, Alberta (CANADA) Rogers Place Rescheduled show from November 10, 2018
60. Monday, April 15 Calgary, Alberta (CANADA) Scotiabank Saddledome Rescheduled show from November 12, 2018
– End of Leg 2 –
Thursday, June 6 Berlin, Germany Waldbuhne
Thursday, June 13 Dublin, Ireland RDS Arena
Sunday, June 16 London, England Wembley Stadium

Opening Night Set List

(October 5, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center)

  1. The Chain
  2. Little Lies
  3. Dreams
  4. Second Hand News
  5. Say You Love Me
  6. Black Magic Woman
  7. Everywhere
  8. I Got You#
  9. Rhiannon
  10. Tell Me All the Things You Do
  11. Storms^
  12. World Turning
  13. Hypnotized*
  14. Oh Well
  15. Don’t Dream It’s Over
  16. Landslide
  17. Isn’t It Midnight
  18. Monday Morning
  19. You Make Loving Fun
  20. Gold Dust Woman
  21. Go Your Own Way
  22. Free Fallin
  23. Don’t Stop
  24. All Over Again

*Dropped from the set on 10/16/18
^Dropped from the set on 10/18/18
#Dropped from the set on 10/26/18


Michael Campbell Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals
Neil Finn Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals
Mick Fleetwood Drums
Christine McVie Keyboards, Lead Vocals
John McVie Bass
Stevie Nicks Lead Vocals, Tambourine
Neale Heywood Additional Guitars
Taku Hirano Percussion
Ricky Peterson Hammond Piano
Sharon Celani Backup Vocals
Marilyn Martin Backup Vocals


Fleetwood Mac, 50 Years Don't Stop, cover