Fleetwood Mac Concert History

Fleetwood Mac is a pop-folk-blues rock band that formed in London in 1967. The following year, the band released its self-titled debut album. Over the next several years, there were regular changes in the line-up but by 1975, a stable lineup emerged with Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood, John and Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks. Buckingham left in 1987 followed by Nicks in 1991 and McVie in 1995. After McVie's departure, the band broke up for a couple of years but reunited in 1997 with all members of the core lineup returning. However, McVie left in 1998 after the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She rejoined in 2014. Buckingham left the band a second time in 2018. Green passed away in 2020 followed by McVie on November 30, 2022.

Date Concert Venue Location
Jul 20, 2024
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Fleetwood Mac Libbey Bowl Ojai, California, United States
Feb 15, 2024
Fleetwood Mac Metropol Theater Bremen Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Jan 31, 2024
Fleetwood Mac / Jackson Browne / Jimmy Buffett / Jerry Jeff Walker / Greatful Dead

US Festival

Sep 08, 2023
Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire / Fleetwood Mac
Aug 27, 2022
Fleetwood Mac Blues Kitchen London, England, United Kingdom
Aug 20, 2022
3Dog Night, Alice Cooper, Fleetwood Mac , James Gang, Savoy Brown , Black Oak & Rory Gallagher / Poco, Bloodrock, Bertha

Peachtree Festival

Rockingham Speedway Reidsville, North Carolina, United States
May 14, 2022
FLEETWOOD MAC The Gorge Amphitheatre George, Washington, United States
Mar 22, 2022
Lindey Buckingham / Fleetwood Mac / Stevie Nicks Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, Florida, United States
Oct 26, 2021
Backyard Babies / D.A.D / Fleetwood Mac / Alice Cooper / Hammerfall / Millencolin / The Hellacopters / Deep Purple
Dec 14, 2020
Fleetwood Mac Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Oct 02, 2020
Fleetwood Mac Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sep 27, 2020
Fleetwood Mac Tampa Armature Tampa, Florida, United States
Sep 14, 2020
Fleetwood Mac Spark Arena Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Sep 08, 2020
Fleetwood Mac Vector Arena Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Mar 14, 2020
Fleetwood Mac Alltel Arena North Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Feb 25, 2020
Fleetwood Mac London Palladium London, England, United Kingdom
Nov 20, 2019
Fleetwood Mac / Beck

The Concert for UCSF Bennioff Children's Hospitals

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Oracle Park San Francisco, California, United States
Nov 16, 2019
Fleetwood Mac

An Evening with Fleetwood Mac

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T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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Nov 12, 2019
Fleetwood Mac

An Evening with Fleetwood Mac

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Rogers Place Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Nov 10, 2019
Fleetwood Mac
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Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Fleetwood Mac / Van Morrison on Feb 26, 1971 [801-small]

Fleetwood Mac / Van Morrison
Feb 26 - 27, 1971
 New York, New York, United States
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savoy brown / Fleetwood Mac / Fairport Convention on Aug 28, 1970 [860-small]

savoy brown / Fleetwood Mac / Fairport Convention
Aug 28 - 29, 1970
 New York, New York, United States
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Joe Cocker / Fleetwood Mac / King Crimson / The Voices Of East Harlem on Nov 21, 1969 [872-small]

Joe Cocker / Fleetwood Mac / King Crimson / The Voices Of East Harlem
Nov 21 - 22, 1969
 New York, New York, United States
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Fleetwood Mac on Jun 18, 2019 [001-small]

Fleetwood Mac
Jun 18, 2019
 London, England, United Kingdom
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Fleetwood Mac / The Pretenders on Jun 18, 2019 [002-small]

Fleetwood Mac / The Pretenders
Jun 18, 2019
 London, England, United Kingdom
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Fleetwood Mac / Rory Gallagher / KISS on Feb 17, 1974 [716-small]

Fleetwood Mac / Rory Gallagher / KISS
Feb 17, 1974
 Long Beach, California, United States
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Deep Purple  / Fleetwood Mac / Rory Gallagher on Apr 14, 1973 [824-small]

Deep Purple / Fleetwood Mac / Rory Gallagher
Apr 14, 1973
 San Diego, California, United States
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Fleetwood Mac on Dec 12, 2014 [290-small]

Fleetwood Mac
Dec 12, 2014
 Denver, Colorado, United States
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Fleetwood Mac on Jan 31, 2019 [358-small]

Fleetwood Mac
Jan 31, 2019
 Denver, Colorado, United States
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Fleetwood Mac on Jan 31, 2019 [359-small]

Fleetwood Mac
Jan 31, 2019
 Denver, Colorado, United States
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Fleetwood Mac / Steve Miller / Bob Welch / Little River Band on Jul 23, 1978 [448-small]

Fleetwood Mac / Steve Miller / Bob Welch / Little River Band
Jul 23, 1978
 Dallas, Texas, United States
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Fleetwood Mac on May 21, 2003 [270-small]

Fleetwood Mac
May 21, 2003
 Albany, New York, United States
  Uploaded by Scott Parslow

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Chris Hodgson Feb 02, 2023

Fleetwood Mac 15th January 1972. The Leas Cliff Hall is in Folkestone Kent. Not Canterbury. I was there!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


When did Fleetwood Mac start?

Fleetwood Mac debuted on August 13, 1967 when they performed for the first time under the name “Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, also featuring Jeremy Spencer.” On February 24, 1968, the band released their debut album titled simply Fleetwood Mac.

When and why did Fleetwood Mac break up?

Though Buckingham had officially left in 1987 and Nicks in 1990, the band picked up new members and continued performing until 1995 when Christine informed the band that she was also leaving. This led to the band’s official breakup. Fortunately, they got back together only two years later.

What genre is Fleetwood Mac?

When Fleetwood Mac first debuted, it was primarily a blues band. However, when Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined in 1974, Fleetwood Mac’s sound shifted significantly.

In 1975, when the band released a second self-titled album, it had embraced a unique pop rock sound. Over the subsequent decades, the band integrated elements of harder rock, folk rock, and more experimental art pop into their repertoire.

Who are the members of Fleetwood Mac?

The founding memebers of Fleetwood Mac were:

  • Peter Green on guitar, vocals, and harmonica
  • Jeremy Spencer on keyboard, guitar, and vocals
  • Bob Brunning on bass
  • Mick Fleetwood on drums and keyboard

Brunning was only in the band for a few weeks before he was replaced by John McVie while Green left in 1970 due to drug addiction and Spencer left in 1971 when he joined the Children of God cult.

Christine McVie replaced Green in 1970. Attempts to replace Jeremy Spencer, however, were fraught with difficulties. Bob Welch, Bob Weston, and David Walker all performed with Fleetwood Mac between 1968 and 1974, but their time with the band was short lived.

On New Year’s Eve of 1974 that Stevie Nicks became the lead female vocalist and keyboardist while Lindsay Buckingham joined as the lead male vocalist and guitarist. Buckingham stayed with the band until 1987 while Nicks remained until 1990. Several musicians tried to perform in their place, but when Christine Mcvie quit in 1995, the band formally disbanded.

After reuniting in 1997, Buckingham remained with the band until 2018 when he left a second time. Shortly thereafter, Mike Campbell joined the band on lead guitar and Neil Finn joined as lead male vocalist and rhythm guitarist.

When was Fleetwood Mac most popular?

Fleetwood Mac experienced moderate fame during the late 1960s and ‘70s. After the second self-titled album with Nicks and Buckingham dropped in 1975, the band shot to international stardom. While they arguably experienced their greatest popularity throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, Fleetwood Mac remains a popular band to this day.

How did Fleetwood Mac get their name?

When the band first performed in 1967, they called themselves “Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, also featuring Jeremy Spencer.” The name included each of the member’s names (Mac being short for McVie). However, neither Green nor Spencer wanted their name used as part of the band’s name, so it was shortened to just “Fleetwood Mac.”

When did Stevie Nicks join Fleetwood Mac and when did she leave?

Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac in 1974. She left the band in 1990 due to a dispute with Mick Fleetwood but rejoined in 1997 when the band officially reformed after its official breakup in 1995.

Why was Lindsey Buckingham fired from Fleetwood Mac in 2018?

Lindsey Buckingham was ‘dismissed' from the band in 2018 because, according to the band, he would not go on a tour that the band had been planning for a year and a half. There was also a disagreement about how the band would include Buckingham's material in the tour.

Who wrote "Dreams" by Fleetwood Mac and what is the song about?

Stevie Nicks wrote the song "Dreams" during the recording of the album Rumours. All band members were having relationship issues at that time, and so the song is aptly about ending relationships.

Who wrote “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac and what is the song about?

Stevie Nicks wrote "Landslide" in 1973, but it came out in 1975 as part of the second Fleetwood Mac album. The song is about Nicks's relationship with her father.

How many concerts has Fleetwood Mac had?

Fleetwood Mac has had 1,864 concerts.

What genre is Fleetwood Mac?

Fleetwood Mac is most often considered to be Rock, Pop, Pop Rock, Classic Rock, British, Folk Rock, Blues, Blues Rock, Soft Rock, Album Oriented Rock (AOR), Mellow Gold, English, Jam Band, Electric Blues, British Blues, Yacht Rock, Acoustic Rock, and Pop/Rock.

When is the next Fleetwood Mac concert?

The next Fleetwood Mac concert is on July 20, 2024 at Libbey Bowl in Ojai, California, United States.

When was the last Fleetwood Mac concert?

The last Fleetwood Mac concert was on February 15, 2024 at Metropol Theater Bremen in Bremen, Bremen, Germany.

What setlist does Fleetwood Mac play live?

The songs that Fleetwood Mac performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the November 20, 2019 concert at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, United States:

  1. The Chain
  2. Little Lies
  3. Dreams
  4. Second Hand News
  5. Say You Love Me
  6. Gypsy
  7. Everywhere
  8. Rhiannon
  9. World Turning
  10. Oh Well
  11. Don't Dream It's Over
  12. Landslide
  13. You Make Loving Fun
  14. Gold Dust Woman
  15. Go Your Own Way
  16. Free Fallin'
  17. Don't Stop

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