Fleetwood Mac perform classics during first night of UK and Ireland tour
28 May 2015
Fleetwood Mac perform classics during first night of UK and Ireland tour
The legendary Fleetwood Mac performed their biggest hits during the first night of their On With The Show UK and Ireland tour.

The group were on top form as they took to the stage at London’s The O2 for the opening night of the UK and Irish leg of their On With The Show tour.

The band celebrated the return of Christine McVie by performing many of the tracks which she wrote, including Don’t Stop, Everywhere and You Make Loving Fun.

Fleetwood Mac delighted the 20,000 crowd by playing The Chain (the show’s opener), Dreams and Songbird. The group also dedicated Landslide to Adele with Stevie Nicks stating that the Brit singer is a “spectacular songwriter”.

Check out the full set list from Fleetwood Mac’s opening night:
1) The Chain
2) You Make Loving Fun
3) Dreams
4) Second Hand News
5) Rhiannon
6) Everywhere
7) I Know I'm Not Wrong
8) Tusk
9) Sisters of the Moon
10) Say You Love Me
11) Big Love (Lindsey Buckingham solo acoustic)
12) Landslide
13) Never Going Back Again
14) Over My Head
15) Gypsy
16) Little Lies
17) Gold Dust Woman
18) I'm So Afraid
19) Go Your Own Way

1) World Turning (with Mick Fleetwood drum solo)
2) Don't Stop Silver Springs

Encore 2:
1) Songbird

The group’s tour continues with a second night in the capital, before visiting Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow and Dublin. The band will return to The O2 for four shows in June as well as making their only festival appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival during the same month. Tickets are now on sale for remaining tour dates here.

Fleetwood Mac 2015 tour dates
May 2015
The O2, London (28)

June 2015
Genting Arena, Birmingham (8, 9)
Isle of Wight Festival (14)
Manchester Arena (12)
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (16, 17)
3Arena, Dublin (20)
The O2, London (22, 24, 26, 27)
First Direct Arena, Leeds (30)

July 2015
Manchester Arena (1)
Genting Arena, Birmingham (4)
First Direct Arena, Leeds (5)
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (8)
3Arena, Dublin (10, 11)