BargainSeatsOnline.com has decreased the prices of tickets so that more fans can have the pleasure of enjoying a show.
Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
Stevie Nicks has stated that now is the perfect time for the band to go on the road and that this will be the group's year. They will take their music to locations around the world, and fans in many regions of the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia will have the chance to see them perform live for the first time in three years. BargainSeatsOnline.com has decreased the prices of tickets so that more fans can have the pleasure of enjoying a show.
The tour began on April 4 and concludes on July 6. The talented group of musicians will appear at many U.S. entertainment venues and will cover a great deal of territory from one coast to the other. Some of the cities on the tour schedule include Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Columbus, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; Kansas City, Missouri; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Las Vegas, Nevada; Spokane, Washington; Albany, New York; Detroit, Michigan; Sacramento, California; and Portland, Oregon. The rock band will include a number of Canadian concerts to be held in Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Vancouver. Fleetwood Mac tickets are selling to fans all across the U.S. as well as Canada.
The band has recorded two brand new songs that might actually make it onto concert setlists. It may even be an indication of another new album coming out in the near future. The ensemble has recorded 17 albums from 1968 to 2003, and it certainly is time for another release. The upcoming tour will be the 17th for the group, and it is likely that any future touring will take place in three-year intervals, as was recently stated by Stevie Nicks.
The group received much recognition over the years since forming in 1967. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 and have taken part in many events through the years. The forthcoming tour is actually a chance for the band to reunite. Fans are ready to attend live performances now that the tour is a reality, as there was doubt for a while whether the group would get together again for the event. It is unlikely that keyboardist Christine McVie, who left the group in 1998, will return for the tour.