Fleetwood Mac Is Coming Back to the Bay Area Next Year
It's no longer a Rumour: Fleetwood Mac, '70s pop juggernaut, cocaine-abuse-story generator, and creator of the amazing Tusk, is reforming for a tour next year -- and the band is stopping in what was once the home turf of lead members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham: the South Bay.
The tour will mark the 35th Anniversary of Rumours, one of the best-selling albums in pop history. After last performing together in 2009, four of the classic Fleetwood Mac members -- including Mick Fleetwod, John McVie, Buckingham, and Nicks -- will play a host of dates together through the middle part of next year. The tour begins in Columbus, Ohio, on April 4, and includes a stop at HP Pavilion in San Jose on on May 22. Tickets for the Fleetwood Mac show go onsale next Friday, Dec. 14, at 10 a.m. and run from $59.50 to $164.75, including fees.
Christopher Victorio Stevie Nicks at Fleetwood Mac's 2009 performance in Oakland