Fleetwood Mac's world tour begins on October 26th


Rolling Stone (issue 303)
November 1, 1979

Fleetwood Mac's first world tour in two years will begin in Pocatello, Idaho, on October 26th, about a week after the release of their new album, Tusk. The group will play thirty-one concerts in twenty-three cities before heading to Japan, Australia and New Zealand; the band will return to the U.S. next year for more dates.

Most of the two-hour sets will be in arena-sized halls. Danny Douma, whose debut solo album features appearances by all the members of Fleetwood Mac, will open the majority of the shows.

Their U.S. itinerary is as follows:

October 27th, Ogden, UT;
October 28th, Salt Lake City, UT;
October 31st, November 1st, Denver, CO;
November 2nd, Albuquerque, NM;
November 5th, 6th, St. Louis, MO;
November 7th, Cincinnati, OH;
November 10th, New Haven, CT;
November 11th, 12th, Hempstead, NY;
November 15th, 16th, NYC;
November 17th, Boston, MA;
November 20th, Rochester, NY;
November 21st, Philadelphia, PA;
November 22nd, Providence, RI;
November 25th, Washington DC;
November 26th, Pittsburgh, PA;
November 29th, Ann Arbor, MI;
November 30th, Champaign, IL;
December 1st, Cedar Falls, IA;
December 4th-6th, Los Angeles, CA;
December 9th, San Diego, CA;
December 10th, 11th, Los Angeles, CA;
December 14th-16th, San Francisco, CA.

(With thanks to Dark Angel who sent me this article)