(David Bennett)

CONCERT VIDEOS: UK tour ends in Glasgow

Fleetwood Mac performed its last UK show on Thursday night, wrapping up in Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow. The band played at the SSE Hydro, a spectacular new performance venue, built specifically for concerts. Despite the rainy weather conditions, Mac fans endured and filled the “glowing” arena (the exterior illuminates with bright lighting at night) to capacity, selling out the eighth consecutive show in the UK.

On Sunday, Fleetwood Mac will take the tour to Cologne, the first of three shows in Germany.


The Chain (courtesy of mattymcmastermm)

Dreams (courtesy of Scott Farrell)

Rhiannon (courtesy of Kevan Evans)

Rhiannon (courtesy mattmcmastermm)

Rhiannon (courtesy of Davey Palmer)

Big Love (courtesy of bluepaisley83)

Gypsy (courtesy of Scott Farrell)

Stand Back (courtesy of Stephen Shona)

Go Your Own Way – partial (courtesy of noldynights)

Go Your Own Way – partial (courtesy of Will Pentland)

Don’t Stop – partial (courtesy of Ian Smith)

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