VIDEOS 11/18: Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin NZ

On Wednesday, Fleetwood Mac performed before a sellout crowd of 35,000 people at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium, opening a short run through New Zealand.

Stevie dedicated “Landslide” to late All Blacks rugby player Jonah Lomu, 40, who died unexpectedly in Auckland.

During “Go Your Own Way,” an overzealous fan made his way onto the stage. The bloke simply stood at the center of the stage with his arms raised. Security quickly carried the man off the stage after about 20 seconds (pictured below). The band members seemed unfazed by the incident.

Angus and Julia Stone were the support act.

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Live Tweets

https://twitter.com/PippiLongsock/status/66687725938754764978317002252288

Videos

Thanks to Shane Dando, Abby-Rose Evans, Kara Hayes, Leroy Bull Photography, and Otago Daily Times for capturing and sharing this footage!

COMPILATION – The Chain / You Make Loving Fun / Dreams / Rhiannon /  Everywhere / Tusk / Sara / Big Love / Landslide / Little Lies / Go Your Own Way / World Turning / Don’t Stop / Songbird (Leroy Bull Photography)

Dancing man (Kara Hayes)

The Chain / You Make Loving Fun – partial (Shane Dando)

COMPILATION: You Make Loving Fun / Second Hand News / Rhiannon / Everywhere / Landslide / Gypsy / Go Your Own Way (Otago Daily Times)

Rhiannon – partial (Abby-Rose Evans)

Say You Love Me – partial (Shane Dando)

Big Love (Shane Dando)

Landslide – short clip (Otago Daily Times)

Gypsy – partial (Abby-Rose Evans)

Little Lies – partial (Shane Dando)

Set List

  1. The Chain
  2. You Make Loving Fun
  3. Dreams
  4. Second Hand News
  5. Rhiannon
  6. Everywhere
  7. Bleed to Love Her (replaces I Know I’m Not Wrong)
  8. Tusk
  9. Sara (replaces Sisters of the Moon)
  10. Say You Love Me
  11. Big Love
  12. Landslide
  13. Never Going Back Again
  14. Think About Me (replaces Over My Head)
  15. Gypsy
  16. Little Lies
  17. Gold Dust Woman
  18. I’m So Afraid
  19. Go Your Own Way
  20. World Turning (encore 1)
  21. Don’t Stop
  22. Silver Springs
  23. Songbird (encore 2)

UPDATED: Australia/New Zealand tour announced

UPDATE: March 19, 2015

Fleetwood Mac is planning to tour Australia starting in October and New Zealand in November, according to the tour’s promoter Live Nation and the band’s official site. The band will start in Australia, kicking off the tour at the Allphones Arena in Sydney on October 22 and then move on to Dunelin, New Zealand, performing at Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin on November 18. Additional dates are expected to be added.

UPDATE: March 31, 20015

Since the initial tour announcement, additional shows in Boondall (Nov 12), Pokolbin (Nov 15), and Auckland (Nov 22) have been added to the tour itinerary. A show in Adelaide is pending.

Australia & New Zealand Tour Dates:

Oct 22, 2015 Allphones Arena Sydney, Australia
Oct 24, 2015 Allphones Arena Sydney, Australia
Oct 30, 2015 Domain Stadium Perth, Australia
Nov 2, 2015 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Australia
Nov 4, 2015 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Australia
Nov 7, 2015 Mt. Duneed Estate Geelong, Australia
Nov 10, 2015 Brisbane Entertainment Centre Boondall, Australia
Nov 12, 2015 Brisbane Entertainment Centre  – 2nd & final show added! Boondall, Australia
Nov 14, 2015 Hope Estate Winery Pokolbin, Australia
Nov 15, 2015 Hope Estate Winery – 2nd & final show added! Pokolbin, Australia
Nov 18, 2015 Forsyth Barr Stadium – SOLD OUT! Dunedin, New Zealand
Nov 21, 2015 Mt Smart Stadium Auckland, New Zealand
Nov 22, 2015 Mt Smart Stadium – 2nd & final show added! Auckland, New Zealand

Official Tour Announcement

Presented by: Live Nation

The rumours are true – the legendary Fleetwood Mac will bring their On With The Show World Tour to Australia in 2015.

The On With The Show Tour will mark Fleetwood Mac’s first series of concert dates in Australia and New Zealand since 2009’s sold-out Unleashed Tour.

Touring as a five-piece for the first time since 1998, one of music’s most enduring groups of all time, Fleetwood Mac, will play a selection of shows this October – November.

All five original band members are back together, with Christine McVie rejoining band mates Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks after a 16-year absence.

The On With The Show Tour will see Fleetwood Mac on stage for close to two and a half hours, showcasing hits and classic songs from their career that spans more than four decades and global album sales in excess of 100 million, including songs such as: “The Chain“, “Dreams“, “Second Hand News“, “Rhiannon“, “Sara“, “Gold Dust Woman“, “Tusk“, “Looking Out for Love“, “Don’t Stop“, “Go Your Own Way“…and the list goes on and on.

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Fleetwood Mac 2013 Neal PrestonLive Nation is expected to announce dates for Fleetwood Mac’s concert tour of Australia and New Zealand on Sunday, according to a status update on the concert promoter’s official Facebook page. Live Nation has been hinting at this next leg of Fleetwood Mac’s world tour since it posted a pixelated image of the band’s Expanded Play EP on Tuesday. The latest teaser reads, “Happy Friday! We’ll be announcing a BIG tour this Sunday… “