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Get excited, Fleetwood Mac fans! The legendary group announced a massive North American tour last year, and you’ve still got a chance to catch them live. Fans living in the Northeast only have a few weeks left until the iconic band takes the stage in a city near them. So what can concert-goers expect at the upcoming Fleetwood Mac shows? Here’s everything you need to know.

What To Expect On The Fleetwood Mac Tour

This tour might be a little bittersweet for longtime fans of Fleetwood Mac, as guitarist Lindsey Buckingham revealed he’d be parting ways with the band right before they announced their plans to go on tour. In Buckingham’s place will be Neil Finn of Crowded House and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. They will join the familiar faces of Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Christine McVie.

Shifts in the line-up aside, fans can expect to hear some of the group’s early favorites such as “Rattlesnake Shake,” “Station Man,” and other hits from the 70s and 80s.

What Time Does Fleetwood Mac Come On Stage?

According to fans, you can expect the concert to start between 8 and 9pm local time, although show times might be subject to change depending on the venue. Still, this is about the typical window of time you can expect the members of the band to appear on stage.

Official Fleetwood Mac 2019 Setlist

Fleetwood Mac has a discography of songs going back about 50 years, and among them are many classics. Setlists might vary slightly throughout their tour, but below you’ll find the setlist for the songs you’ll most likely hear when you get to see Fleetwood Mac live.

The Chain
Little Lies
Dreams
Second Hand News
Say You Love Me
Black Magic Woman
Everywhere
I Got You (Split Enz cover)
Rhiannon
Tell Me All the Things You Do
World Turning
Gypsy
Oh Well
Don’t Dream It’s Over (Crowded House cover)
Landslide
Isn’t It Midnight
Monday Morning
You Make Loving Fun
Gold Dust Woman
Go Your Own Way

Encore
Free Fallin’ (Tom Petty cover)
Don’t Stop
All Over Again

How Long is the Fleetwood Mac Concert?

Timing any concert is tricky because of the possible changes in setlists and other surprises that occur during the show. That aside, you should expect the concert to run at least a couple of hours, possibly longer. You can also contact the venue you’re going to and ask what time their official curfew is. 

What Does the Official Merch Look Like?

As of now, the entertainment company Live Nation is responsible for Fleetwood Mac’s tour merchandise, though items on the site are from the 2017 tour dates and back. There are apparel and accessories available to fans at the official Fleetwood Mac shop.

Fleetwood Mac Concert Highlights

With talented musicians from other popular bands joining the tour lineup, it’s not surprising that concertgoers might get to enjoy some choice covers. According to one concert attendee, Fleetwood Mac did a cover of the Split Enz song “I Got You,” that seamlessly morphed into a cover of Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream Its Over.”

When Will the Fleetwood Mac Tour Be in My City?

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