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Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac at Sage Gateshead

‘Hits to Blues’ World Tour 2016/17

The Sage Gateshead – Sat 4th February 2017

Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac, the world’s ultimate homage to Fleetwood Mac, returns to the stage for their landmark ‘Hits to Blues World Tour’.  Encompassing nearly five decades of legendary music and channelling the spirit of Fleetwood Mac at their very best, ‘Hits to Blues’ offers a unique opportunity for fans, both old and new, to rediscover the songs and performances that have ensured Fleetwood Mac’s place as one of the most loved bands of all time.

To celebrate we will be offering the chance to win two FREE tickets on our Facebook page, click here for more details.

From the exultant heights of such classic hits as ‘Rhiannon’, ‘Don’t Stop’, ‘You Make Loving Fun’, and ‘Seven Wonders’, to the cathartic relationship autopsies contained on the bestselling Rumours album, ‘Hits to Blues’ – like previous Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac concert performances – guarantees to offer its audiences a rich and emotive musical experience, blowing away the cobwebs and rekindling those precious personal memories in a way that only the best music can.

True to the band’s roots, ‘Hits to Blues’ will also feature a comprehensive profile of the work of legendary British bluesman, and Fleetwood Mac founder, Peter Green. With faithful renditions of early Mac masterpieces such as ‘Albatross’, ‘Oh Well’, and the plaintive ‘Man of the World’, the show promises to bring the full depth and power of Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac back to life.

From the outset, the Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac musicians and performers have always striven to combine their deep personal love and reverence for the music of Fleetwood Mac with the excitement and spontaneity of live performance. Immersed in this music as they are, they know that these are songs which simply refuse to be played without passion and intensity.

It is now half a century since Fleetwood Mac first emerged onto the world stage.  Over the intervening five decades it is fair to say that both the band and the world have been through some considerable changes.  Throughout it all, however, the music of Fleetwood Mac has retained its place in the hearts and souls of hundreds of millions of fans the world over.  Join Rumours of Fleetwood Mac this Autumn and experience the very best of Fleetwood Mac, from ‘Hits to Blues’.

An extraordinary emotive performance of Fleetwood Mac” 


“A stunning and incredibly accurate snapshot of the World’s first Super Group”


They do Fleetwood Mac better than Fleetwood Mac.”


Tickets now on sale.

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For tickets to The Sage Gateshead click here.

Tour dates: 2017


Fri 6                     Ipswich                  Regent Theatre

Sat 7                    Aylesbury               Waterside Theatre

Sun 8                   T Wells                   Assembly Hall

Tues 10                Stoke                      Victoria Hall

Weds 11               Leicester                De Montfort Hall

Fri 13                   Exeter                     Corn Exchange

Sat 14                  Truro                       Hall for Cornwall

Sun 15                 Bristol                     Colston Hall

Tues 17                Yeovil                      Octagon Theatre

Weds 18              Barnstaple             Queens Theatre

Fri 20                   Swansea                Grand Theatre

Sat 21                   Cheltenham           Town Hall

Sun 22                  Torquay                 Princess Theatre

Tues 24                 Portsmouth          Guildhall

Weds 25                Cardiff                   St Davids Hall

Fri 27                     Sheffield                City Hall

Sat 28                    Harrogate              Royal Hall

Sun 29                   Buxton                    Opera House

Sun 31                    Crawley                   Hawth


Weds 1                   London                  Cadogan Hall

Fri 3                       Newark                  Palace Theatre

Sat 4                     Gateshead        The Sage

Sun 5                      Manchester          Palace Theatre

Tues 7                    Reading                 Hexagon

Weds 8                  Liverpool               Philharmonic Hall

Thurs 9                 High Wycombe     Swan

Sat 11                     Dorking                  Halls

Sun 12                   Norwich                 Theatre Royal

Mon 13                  Northampton       Derngate

Weds 15                Shrewsbury           Theatre Severn

Fri 17                     Cambridge            Corn Exchange

Sat 18                     Basingstoke         The Anvil

Mon 20                  Salisbury              City Hall

Tues 21                  St Albans               Arena

Weds 22                Worthing               Pavilion Theatre

Fri 24                     Kings Lynn           Corn Exchange

Sat 25                      Southend             Cliffs Pavilion

Sun 26                    Dartford                Orchard Theatre

Mon 27                   Birmingham         Town Hall


Weds 1                   Dundee                   Caird Hall

Thurs 2                  Glasgow                  Pavilions

Fri 3                       Edinburgh              Queens Hall

Sun 5                      Inverness               Eden Court Theatre

Mon 6                    Scunthorpe             Baths Hall


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