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1970

January 1, 1970 Eagle Auditorium, Seattle, WA

January 2-4, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Supporting The Byrds, with John Hammond)

January 3-4, 1970 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL

January 7-11, 1970 Whiskey A Go-Go, Hollywood, CA (supported by The Litter & Boz Scaggs)

January 8, 1970 Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Playboy After Dark" performing "Rattlesnake Shake")

January 16-17, 1970 Eagle Auditorium, Seattle, WA

January 18, 1970 Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, BC (supported by Spring)

January 23-24, 1970 Action House, Island Park, NY (supported by Frost)

January 25, 1970 Sports Arena, Atlanta, GA

January 27, 1970 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (unconfirmed)

January 30-February 1, 1970 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supporting The Grateful Dead, with Flock. The Dead were busted on the 31st, so The 1st was a drug bust fund fundraiser. Peter Green sat in with the Dead on the 1st on "Turn On Your Lovelight")

February 5-7, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by The James Gang. The Mac were joined by Eric Clapton)

February 11, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (With Grateful Dead & Allman Brothers. Peter Green and most The Allmans joined The Grateful Dead on stage for a medley of their songs "Dark Star", "Spanish Jam" & "Lovelight")

February 13, 1970 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supporting Sly & The Family Stone)

February 15, 1970 Worcester, MA

February 15, 1970 Boblingen, GER ???

February 25, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG

February 26, 1970 National Stadium, Dublin, IRE

February 27, 1970 Savoy Theatre, Cork, IRE

February 28, 1970 Ulster Hall, Belfast, NI

March 3, 1970 Exeter University, Exeter, FRA (supported by Cressida)

March 7, 1970 L'Olympia, Paris, FRA

March 9, 1970 Lemathaus, Basel, SUI

March 10, 1970 Lemathaus, Zurich, SUI

March 12, 1970 Theatre Beaulieu, Lausanne, SUI

March 13, 1970 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED

March 14, 1970 Londerzeel Egmont Complex, Brussels, BEL

March 15, 1970 DeDoelen, Rotterdam, NED

March 18, 1970 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover, GER ???

March 18, 1970 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER

March 19, 1970 Sportpalast, Berlin, GER

March 20, 1970 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER

March 21, 1970 Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, GER

March 22, 1970 Circus Krone, Munich, GER (2 shows)

March 23, 1970 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER

March 24, 1970 Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg, GER

March 25, 1970 Konzerthaus, Vienna, AUT

March 26, 1970 Sporthalle, Boblingen, GER

March 28, 1970 Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, DEN

March 30, 1970 Fyens Forum, Odense, DEN

April 1-2, 1970 Konserthuest, Stockholm, SWE

April 3, 1970 Kultuuritaalo, Helsinki, FIN

April 4, 1970 Paris Theatre, London, ENG

April 9, 1970 Paris Cinema, London, ENG (broadcast April 19, 1970)

April 11, 1970 Thrum Hall Ground, Halifax, ENG (supported by Chicken Shack, The Tremeloes, The Foundations, Flying Machine & Salt and Pepper)

April 12, 1970 Lyceum Ballroom, London, ENG

April 21, 1970 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT (supported by The John Dummer Band)

April 22, 1970 Music Hall, Aberdeen, SCOT

April 23, 1970 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT

April 24, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Pop Proms 1970, supported by Hookfoot & Mighty Baby. Hosted by John Peel)

April 25, 1970 Football Club, Reading, ENG (Cancelled. "Spring Fling", supported by Chicken Shack, Mike Cooper, Christine Perfect, Colisseum, Big Grunt & Liverpool Scene)

April 27, 1970 BBC session, Radio One, Top Gear

May 1, 1970 College Of Commerce, Manchester, ENG (The Commerce May Ball, supported by Christine Perfect & Grisby Dyke)

May 2, 1970 Lanchester College of Tech, Coventry, ENG

May 3, 1970 Coatham Hotel, Redcar, ENG

May 18, 1970 Eisstadion, Düsseldorf, GER (Joint Meeting 1970. Fleetwood Mac didn't appear)

May 23, 1970 Twerton Park, Bath, ENG (Spring Music Festival, with Chicken Shack (who replaced Soft Machine), Juicy Lucy, Sam Apple Pie, Matthews Southern Comfort, Quintessence, Wildmouth, Wishbone Ash, Shapes & Sizes, The Sharons, Pete Keeley & (compere) Pete Drummond)

May 27, 1970 London, ENG (UK TV "Disco 2" performing "Tiger")

May 28, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (last official performance with Peter Green)

Line-Up: #4 May 29, 1970 - August, 1970

  • Jeremy Spencer - vocal, guitar
  • Danny Kirwan - vocal, guitar
  • John McVie - bass
  • Mick Fleetwood - drums

June 11, 1970 Kensington Town Hall, London, ENG

July 7, 1970 Maida Vale 4 Studio, London, ENG (UK Radio "First Gear" performing "Buddy’s Song", "When Will I Be Loved", "Jenny Lee", "When I See My Baby" & "Honey Hush". Broadcast July 22, 1970)

July 9, 1970 Paris Cinema, London, ENG

Line-Up: #5 August, 1970 - February, 1971

  • Jeremy Spencer - vocal, guitar
  • Danny Kirwan - vocal, guitar
  • John McVie - bass
  • Christine McVie - vocal, keyboards
  • Mick Fleetwood - drums

August 1, 1970 Warehouse Cafe, New Orleans, LA (supported by Jerry Hahn Brotherhood)

August 2, 1970 Jam Factory, San Antonio, TX

August 6-9, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Buddy Miles & Albert Collins)

August 11, 1970 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supporting Jethro Tull, with Django-High Flying Bird)

August 12-16, 1970 Whisky A Go Go, West Hollywood, CA (supported by Mason Proffit)

August 20, 1970 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by Hampton Grease Band)

August 22, 1970 Wollman Skating Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY (Schaefer Music Festival, supported by Bloodrock and Zephyr)

August 28-29, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supporting Savoy Brown, with Fairport Convention & Jake & the Family Jewels)

September 4-5, 1970 Eastown Theatre, Detroit, MI (supported by Springwell & The Stooges. Iggy Pop walked off the stage several times during The Stooges set and their performance was eventually aborted)

September 10-12, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Fairport Convention)

October 9, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG

October 29, 1970 Dublin, IRE (supported by Thin Lizzy)

November 6, 1970 Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds, ENG

November 10, 1970 Maida Vale 4 Studio, London, ENG (UK Radio "Radio 1 Club" performing "Sandy Mary", "Crazy About You Baby", "Down at the Crown for Now", "Turn Me Loose" & "Tell Me All the Things You Do". Broadcast December 14 & 16, 1970)

November 13, 1970 Regent Theatre Concert Hall, Brighton, ENG (supported by Genesis, Jerry Floyd & UMA Lights)

November 14, 1970 Village Roundhouse, Dagenham, ENG (supported by Mandrake)

November 19, 1970 Music Hall, Aberdeen, SCOT (supported by Trees & Northwind)

November 20, 1970 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by Trees & Northwind)

November 21, 1970 Durham University, Durham, ENG

November 22, 1970 Coventry College Of Education, Coventry, ENG

November 24, 1970 Maida Vale 5 Studio, London, ENG (UK Radio "Mike Harding - Sounds Of The Seventies" performing "Down At the Crown for Now", "Purple Dancer" & "Station Man". Broadcast December 1, 1970)

November 25, 1970 Manchester Polytechnic, Manchester, ENG

November 27, 1970 Queen Mary College, London, ENG (supported by Shape Of The Rain)

November 29, 1970 Guildhall, Plymouth, ENG (supported by Medicine Head)

December 10, 1970 Queen Mary College, Devon, ENG

December 11, 1970 Leicester, ENG (supported by Audience & Lindisfarne)

December 20, 1970 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG

December 21, 1970 Civic Hall, Dunstable, ENG (Supported by Christine Perfect & Howl)

1971

January 5, 1971 Maida Vale 4 Studio, London, ENG (UK Radio "Mike Harding - Sounds Of The Seventies" performing "Teenage Darling", "Preachin'", "Purple Dancer" & "Station Man". Broadcast January 23, 1971 & March 27, 1971)

Mid January Tour of Scotland

February 6, 1971 Vermont (Start of US Tour)

February 10, 1971 Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, BC (2 shows 6.30 & 9.30)

February 11-14, 1971 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Tom Rush & Clover. Jeremy Spencer's last show with Fleetwood Mac)

February 15, 1971 LA booked at the Hollywood Hawaiian Jeremy Spencer disappears from Fleetwood Mac the day after the Sylmar earthquake.

February 15-18, 1971 The Whiskey A Go-Go, Hollywood, CA (cancelled when Jeremy doesn’t show up)

Line-Up: #6 February, 1971 - March, 1971

  • Danny Kirwan - vocal, guitar
  • John McVie - bass
  • Christine McVie - vocal, keyboards
  • Mick Fleetwood - drums

February 18-24, 1971 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA

February 19, 1971 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supporting Quicksilver Messenger Service, with Mike Bloomfield & Friends & The Robert Savage Group)

February 26-27, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (with Van Morrison & Freeway)

February 28, 1971 SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY (supporting Quicksilver Messenger Service, with Mike Bloomfield & Friends & The Robert Savage Group)

March 2, 1971 University Of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC (supporting Black Sabbath)

March 4, 1971 Bayfront Stadium, St. Petersburg, FL (supporting Black Sabbath)

March 5, 1971 Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL (supporting Black Sabbath)

March 6, 1971 Pirates World, Dania, FL (supporting Black Sabbath)

March 7, 1971 Painters Mill Music Fair, Owings Mills, MD (supporting Black Sabbath)

March 12-13, 1971 Eastown Theatre, Detroit, MI (supporting Black Sabbath, with Sir Lord Baltimore)

Line-Up: #7 March, 1971 - April, 1971

  • Peter Green - vocal, guitar
  • Danny Kirwan - vocal, guitar
  • John McVie - bass
  • Christine McVie - vocal, keyboards
  • Mick Fleetwood - drums

March 19, 1971 Palladium, Birmingham, MI (supported by Julia & Jam Band. Posibly Peter Green's first show back)

March 24, 1971 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (Supposedly this was the first show that Peter Green (along with Nigel Watson on congas) played when he rejoined after Jeremy Spencer left)

March 26-27, 1971 Rock Pile, Long Island, NY (with Edgar Winter & Tinhouse)

April 2, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (Cancelled, replaced by Humble Pie

April 10th 1971, Sports Arena, Toledo, OH (supported by The Damnation of Adam Blessing & Catfish. Line-up: Fleetwood, McVie, Christine, Kirwan, and Green) (poss March 14th)

Line-Up: #8 April, 1971 - September, 1972

  • Bob Welch - vocal, guitar
  • Danny Kirwan - vocal, guitar
  • John McVie - bass
  • Christine McVie - vocal, keyboards
  • Mick Fleetwood - drums

May 31, 1971 Burgemeester Damen Sportpark, Geleen, NED (The Pinkpop Festival, supported by Brainbox, Focus, Super Sister, Shocking Blue, CCC Inc, Hardin & York & Forest)

June 3, 1971 Kinetic Circus, Birmingham, ENG

June 4, 1971 Forest Technical College, Waltham Forest, ENG (supported by Warm Dust)

June 5, 1971 Imperial Hall, Nelson, ENG

June 6, 1971 Rowing Club, Nottingham, ENG

June 7, 1971 Glen Club, Llanelli, WAL

June 11, 1971 Kensington Town Hall, London, ENG

June 12, 1971 Assembly Rooms, Aylesbury, ENG (supported by Gothic Horizon)

June 17, 1971 Bath Pavillion, Bath, ENG

June 18, 1971 Up The Junction, Crewe, ENG

June 19, 1971 Belfry Hotel, Sutton Coldfield, ENG

June 20, 1971 Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, ENG

June 25, 1971 Chez Club, Leytonstone, ENG

June 26, 1971 Pier Pavillion, Felixstowe, ENG

June 27, 1971 Floral Hall, Stockport, ENG

June 30, 1971 Big Brother, Greenford, ENG

July 1, 1971 Aeolian Hall Studio 2, London, ENG (UK Radio "Alan Black - Sounds Of The Seventies" performing "Woman of a Thousand Years'", "Show Me a Smile" & "Future Games". Broadcast July 23, 1971)

July 2, 1971 Queen Anne's Hall, Barnstaple, ENG

July 5, 1971 King George V Hall, Blackburn, ENG

July 6, 1971 St. Anne’s Lowther Pavilion, Lytham St. Annes, ENG

July 9, 1971 The Penthouse, Scarborough, ENG

July 10, 1971 Resurrection Club Hermitage Ballroom, Hitchin, ENG (supported by Home)

July 14, 1971 Town Hall, Torquay, ENG

July 15, 1971 Winter Gardens, Penzance, ENG

July 16, 1971 Poperama, Devizes, ENG

July 17, 1971 The Swan, Yardley, ENG

July 22, 1971 Orchid Ballroom, Purley, ENG

July 23, 1971 Mistrale Club, Beckenham, ENG

July 24, 1971 Small Heath Park, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Status Quo)

July 25, 1971 GER (GERMAN TV "The Beat Club" performing "Dragonfly", "Moses (Lay It All Down)" & "Danny E Minor")

July 29, 1971 Royal Ballroom, Bournemouth, ENG

July 30, 1971 Town Hall, Tenby, ENG

July 31, 1971 Memorial Hall Theatre, Barry, WAL

August 1971 Washington Park, Chicago, IL (Summer Of Stars)

August 12, 1971 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (supporting Deep Purple)

August 20, 1971 Sportpalast, Berlin, GER

August 26, 1971 Starkers Royal Ballroom, Bournemouth, ENG

August 28, 1971 Village Roundhouse, London, ENG

August 30-31, 1971 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Nick Pickett)

September 1, 1971 Hobbit's Garden, Wimbledon, ENG (supported by Hard Meat & Skin Alley)

September 2, 1971 Northampton County Cricket Ground, Northampton, ENG

September 4, 1971 Rheinhalbinsel, Speyer, W. GER ("British Rock Meeting Festival", with Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Rod Stewart & The Faces, Family, Curved Air, Rory Gallagher, East Of Eden, Groundhogs, Hardin & York, Fairport Convention, Osibisa, Juicy Lucy, Mick Abrahams, Gentle Giant, Jerusalem, Beggars Opera, Stone the Crows, Bullet, Roy Young Band, Ashton Gardner & Dyke & Heaven)

September 5, 1971 Stadthalle, Viena, AUT ("British Superstar Festival", with Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Rod Stewart & The Faces, Family, Curved Air, Rory Gallagher, East Of Eden, Groundhogs, Hardin & York, Fairport Convention, Osibisa, Juicy Lucy, Mick Abrahams, Gentle Giant, Jerusalem, Beggars Opera, Stone the Crows, Bullet, Roy Young Band, Ashton Gardner & Dyke & Heaven)

September 9, 1971 Ballerina Ballroom, Nairn, SCOT

September 12, 1971 Bowes Lyon House, Stevenage, ENG

October 8-9, 1971 Rock Pile, Island Park, NY

October 15-16, 1971 Eastown Theatre, Detroit, MI (supported by Angus & Tucky Buzzard)

October 20, 1971 Milwaukee Arena, Milwaukee, WI (supporting Frank Zappa, with Rory Gallagher)

October 22, 1971 Felt Forum, New York City, NY (supporting Deep Purple, with Daddy Cool)

October 23, 1971 William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA (supporting Deep Purple, with Daddy Cool & Coolie Loach)

October 24, 1971 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (supporting Deep Purple. Fleetwood Mac gear didn’t arrive in time, so band used Deep Purple’s equipment. Also, Ian Gillian couldn’t sing for Deep Purple because of Yellow Jaundice)

October 31, 1971 Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI (Fleetwood Mac played for Deep Purple, who had to cancel with three-day’s notice)

November 5, 1971 Dorton Arena, Raleigh, NC (supported by Al Kooper & Daddy Cool)

November 6, 1971 Hollywood Sportatorium, Hollywood, CA (supporting Deep Purple, with Daddy Cool)

November 9, 1971 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supporting Poco (who replaced Deep Purple), with Colisseum)

November 10, 1971 Music Hall, Boston, MA (Benefit for St. Judes Hospital. Supporting J. Geils, with Lighthouse. Deep Purple was originally supposed to headline but Ian Gillian contracted Hepatititis and Jaundice and could not perform)

November 12, 1971 Palladium, Hollywood, CA (supported by Taj Mahal, Jo Jo Gunne & Country)

November 13, 1971 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Taj Mahal, Jo Jo Gunne & Country)

November 17, 1971 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supported by Colisseum)

November 20, 1971 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Ballin Jack)

November 22, 1971 Whisky A Go Go, West Holywood, CA

November 24, 1971 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (supported by Jacobs Ladder)

December 5, 1971 Barbarellas, Birmingham, ENG

December 11, 1971 The Leys Youth Club, Letchworth, ENG (supported by Pahaina)

December 12, 1971 White Hart Inn, Tottenham, ENG (supported by Slowbone)

December 15, 1971 Poly of North London, London, ENG (supported by Renia)

December 18, 1971 IOW Cascadia Ballroom, Ventor, ENG

1972

January 13, 1972 King's Hall, Derby, ENG

January 14, 1972 Huddersfield Polytechnic, Huddersfield, ENG

January 15, 1972 Leas Cliff's Hall, Folkestone, ENG

January 20, 1972 Top Rank, Sunderland, ENG

January 21, 1972 Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds, ENG

January 24, 1972 Sporthalle, Sindelfingen, GER

February 4, 1972 London City University, London, ENG

February 18, 1972 Brunel University, Uxbridge, ENG

February 25, 1972 Community Concourse Theatre, San Diego, CA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

February 26, 1972 Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

February 27, 1972 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

February 28, 1972 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

February 29, 1972 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 2, 1972 Salpointe High School, Tucson, AZ (2 shows supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry. Long John Baldry's lead guitarist was future Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Weston. They cleared out the gym for the second show, but some people hid under the bleachers and were able to stay for the second show for free. Savoy Browns lead singer was Dave Walker, who ended up joining Fleetwood Mac shortly after this tour)

March 3, 1972 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 4, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, HI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 5, 1972 International Center Arena, Honolulu, HI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 6, 1972 Travelodge Theatre or Star Theater, Phoenix, AZ (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 8, 1972 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 9, 1972 Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 10, 1972 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 11, 1972 Salem Armory, Salem, OR (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 12, 1972 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 13-14, 1972 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 15, 1972 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 16, 1972 Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 17, 1972 Pershing Center, Lincoln, NE (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 18, 1972 Larkin High School, Elgin, IL (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 19, 1972 St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 21, 1972 Civic Center, Saginaw, MI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 22, 1972 University Of New Haven, New Haven, CT (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry & Ashmun & Reynolds)

March 23, 1972 Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 24, 1972 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 25, 1972 SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 26, 1972 Painters Mill Theater, Baltimore, MD (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 27, 1972 Goddard College, Plainfield, VT (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 29, 1972 Virginia Beach Dome, Virginia Beach, VA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 30, 1972 Civic Theatre, Akron, OH (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

March 31, 1972 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 1, 1972 Ritz Theatre, Staten Island, NY (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 2-3, 1972 Caribbean Beach, Vega Baja, Puerto Rico (Mar Y Sol)

April 4, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 5, 1972 Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 7-8, 1972 Academy of Music, New York City, NY (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 13, 1972 Orlando Sports Center, Orlando, FL (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 14, 1972 Pirates World, Dania Beach, FL (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 15, 1972 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 16, 1972 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

April 22, 1972 Long Island Arena, Commack, NY (with Alice Cooper & Blue Oyster Cult)

April 23, 1972 War Memorial, Rochester, NY (with Alice Cooper)

April 26, 1972 Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO (cancelled)

April 28, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Mountain & Spirit)

April 29, 1972 Harold L. Richards High School, Oak Lawn, IL (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry)

May 6, 1972 Alumni Stadium, Amherst, MA (Free Concert, supported by McKendree Spring & Ashton, Gardner & Dyke)

May 8, 1972 Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY (with Everly Brothers & Long John Baldry with Joyce Everson)

May 13, 1972 The Barn, Peoria, IL (supported by McKendree Spring & Ashton, Gardner & Dyke)

May 14, 1972 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Long John Baldry & Ashman-Reynolds)

May 15, 1972 Fox West Coast Theater, Long Beach, CA

May 17, 1972 Sacramento, CA

May 19, 1972 Boise, ID

May 20, 1972 Portland, OR

May 21, 1972 Calgary, AB

May 22, 1972 Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (supported by McKendree Spring & Ashton, Gardner & Dyke. Brought forward from May 26th)

May 25, 1972 San Antonio, TX

May 26, 1972 Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (supported by McKendree Spring & Ashton, Gardner & Dyke. Moved forward to May 22nd)

May 28, 1972 Madison, WI

August 14, 1972 Boston Common, Boston, MA (supporting Savoy Brown, with Rory Gallagher)

August 18, 1972 North Carolina Motor Speedway, Rockingham, NC ("The Peachtree Festival", with 3 Dog Night, Birtha, Fabulous Rhinestones, Rory Gallagher, The James Gang, Bloodrock, Black Oak Arkansas featuring Jim Dandy, Tower of Power, Savoy Brown, Dillards, Goose Creek Symphony. The Faces cancelled and were replaced by Alice Cooper. Poco was on the bill but stopped performing mid-set because they were suffering from heat exhaustion)

August 19, 1972 Charlotte, NC

August 20, 1972 Staten Island, NY

August 21, 1972 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

August 22, 1972 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf & Curved Air)

August 22, 1972 Sunshine Inn, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Brownsville Station & Henry Gross)

August 24, 1972 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf & Silverhead)

August 24, 1972 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supporting Deep Purple, with Silverhead whose vocalist was Michael DesBarres)??

August 25, 1972 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (KQV Summer Festival of Rock, supporting Deep Purple, with Silverhead whose vocalist was Michael DesBarres)

August 26, 1972 Long Island Arena, Commack, NY (Concert was postponed to September 2nd. supporting Deep Purple, with Silverhead & Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

August 27, 1972 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

August 28-29, 1972 Municipal Auditorum, Atlanta, GA (supporting Deep Purple, with Silverhead & Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

August 30, 1972 Gaelic Park, Bronx, NY (Concert was postponed to August 31st. Supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

August 31, 1972 Gaelic Park, Bronx, NY (Concert was rescheduled from August 30th. Supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

Line-Up: #9 September 1972 - June 1973

  • Bob Welch - Guitar, Vocals
  • Mick Fleetwood - Percussion
  • John McVie - Bass Guitar
  • Christine McVie - Lead Vocals and Keyboard
  • Bob Weston - Lead Guitar, Background Vocals
  • Dave Walker - Lead Vocals

September 2, 1972 Long Island Arena, Commack, NY (Concert was rescheduled from August 26th. supporting Deep Purple, with Silverhead & Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

September 3, 1972 Empire Dragway, Leicester, NY ("A Change Of Season On Labor Day" with Deep Purple, Silverhead, Elf, Nazareth, Buddy Miles & Ginger Baker)

September 4, 1972 Bull Island, Griffin, IN (Erie Canal Soda Pop Festival. Fleetwood Mac were billed but didn’t perform)

September 6, 1972 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (with The Faces)

September 8, 1972 Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH (with Rory Gallagher & Danny O’Keefe)

September 9, 1972 Indianapolis Raceway, Indianapolis, IN

September 14, 1972 Wilmington, NC

September 15, 1972 Trenton, NJ

September 16, 1972 Tuscaloosa, AL

September 23, 1972 Hartford, CT

September 29-30, 1972 Greensboro, NC

October 1, 1972 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supported by Elf with Ronnie James Dio. Mark-Almond was scheduled to play as well, but cancelled at the last minute)

November 3, 1972 Polytechnic, Newcastle, ENG (cancelled)

November 9, 1972 Syracuse, NY (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 10, 1972 Hersheypark Arena, Hershey, PA (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 11, 1972 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 12, 1972 Williamsburg, VA (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 16, 1972 North Gloucs Tech College, Cheltenham, ENG (cancelled)

November 17, 1972 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (cancelled)

November 17, 1972 International Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 18, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 19, 1972 Chelsea Bowl, Bournemouth, ENG (cancelled)

November 19, 1972 Minneapolis, MN (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 22, 1972 Tulsa, OK (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 23, 1972 Mile End Sundown, London, ENG (cancelled, supported by McKendree Spring)

November 23, 1972 Oklahoma City, OK (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 24, 1972 Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds, ENG (cancelled)

November 24, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Bakersfield, CA (supported by ZZ Top)

November 25, 1972 Stratchclyde University, Glasgow, SCOT (cancelled, supported by Camel)

November 25, 1972 Sam Houston Coliseum Houston, TX (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

November 26, 1972 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

December 1, 1972 Veterans Memorial Hall, Des Moines, IA (supporting Deep Purple, with Dick Heckstall-Smith)

December 2, 1972 State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN (supporting Deep Purple, with Dick Heckstall-Smith)

December 3, 1972 Sports Center, St. Paul, MN (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

December 6, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

December 7, 1972 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (supporting Deep Purple, with Blue Oyster Cult)

December 8, 1972 IMA Auditorium, Flint, MI (supporting Deep Purple, with Blue Oyster Cult)

December 9, 1972 IMA Auditorium, Alexandria, VA (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

December 10, 1972 Civic Centre, Salem, VA (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

December 12, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL (supporting Deep Purple, with Dick Heckstall-Smith)

December 13, 1972 Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AK (supporting Deep Purple, with Elf with Ronnie James Dio)

December 14, 1972 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (supporting Deep Purple, with Dick Heckstall-Smith)

December 16, 1972 Pirates World, Dania, FL (supporting Deep Purple, with Dick Heckstall-Smith)

December 19, 1972 Civic Theatre, Akron, OH (Supported by Mott The Hoople)

December 22, 1972 Chicago, IL

December 23, 1972 Academy Of Music, New York City, NY (Supported by Elephant’s Memory, McKendree Spring & Dick Heckstall-Smith)

1973

February 27, 1973 MSU Auditorium, East Lansing MI (supported by Elf)

March 4, 1973 Ban Johnson Field House, Marietta, OH (supported by Elf & Tempest) March 9, 1973 Virginia Comonwealth University New Gym, Richmond, VA (supported by Tempest) March 22, 1973 Rockford, IL (supported by Tempest) March 23, 1973 Battle Creek, MI (supported by Tempest) March 24, 1973 Vermillion, SD March 25, 1973 Daytona Beach, FL (supported by Tempest) March 28, 1973 Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NY (supported by Tempest) March 30, 1973 Academy Of Music, New York City, NY (supported by Tempest) March 31, 1973 Memphis, TN (supported by Tempest) April 2, 1973 Austin, TX April 4, 1973 Sports Center, Owensboro, KY April 11, 1973 California State University, San Jose, CA April 12, 1973 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 13, 1973 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 14, 1973 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 15, 1973 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 17, 1973 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 18, 1973 Stampede Corale, Calgary, AB (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 20, 1973 Edmonton Gardens, Edmonton, AB (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 22, 1973 PNE Agrodome, Vancouver, BC (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 23, 1973 Fairgrounds, Boise, ID (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 25, 1973 Civic Plaza, Phoenix, AZ (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 26, 1973 Convention Center, Tucson, AZ (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 27, 1973 Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV (supporting Deep Purple, who failed to show, with Rory Gallagher) April 28, 1973 Oakland Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) April 29, 1973 Billy Hebert Field, Stockton, CA (with Elvin Bishop, Canned Heat & Buddy Miles. The gig went long, as Fleetwood Mac extended its set. During that extra hour, a fight broke out between Black and white motorcyclists. The fight set off a melee that ended with police using tear gas to subdue the crowd. More than 80 people, including 28 cops were hurt & 50 arrests were made. Because of the violence this was the last rock concert ever held at that venue) April 30, 1973 Coliseum, El Paso, TX (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 1, 1973 Civic Center, Alburquerque, NM (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 2-3, 1973 Coliseum, Denver, CO (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 4, 1973 Pershing Municipal Auditorium, Lincoln, NE (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 5, 1973 Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 6, 1973 Hearnes Center, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 7, 1973 KCC Abraham Lincoln Gym, Kankakee, IL (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 8, 1973 Duluth Arena, Minneapolis, MN (supporting Deep Purple, with Rory Gallagher) May 9, 1973 Madison, WI

Line-Up: #10 June 1973 - September 1973

  • Bob Welch - Guitar, Vocals
  • Mick Fleetwood - Percussion
  • John McVie - Bass Guitar
  • Christine McVie - Lead Vocals and Keyboard
  • Bob Weston - Lead Guitar, Background Vocals

Line-Up: #11 September 1973 - December 1974

  • Bob Welch - Guitar, Vocals
  • Mick Fleetwood - Percussion
  • John McVie - Bass Guitar
  • Christine McVie - Lead Vocals and Keyboard

September 27, 1973 Carver Gymnasium, Bellingham, WA (supported by Weather Report) September 29, 1973 Contra Costa County Fairgrounds, Antioch, CA (supported by Joe Hicks & Elvin Bishop) September 30, 1973 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (with Rare Earth & Nazareth) October 6, 1973 Shubert Theater, Philadelphia, PA (supported by The Strawbs) October 12, 1973 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Nazareth & ZZ Top) October 13, 1973 Albee Hall, Osh Kosh, WI (supported by Blue Oyster Cult & Jambalaya) October 14, 1973 Roberts Municipal Stadium, Evansville, IN (supported by ZZ Top) October 23, 1973 Gunter Hall, Greeley, CO (supported by Birtha) November 1, 1973 Case Western Reserve University, Adelbert Gym, Cleveland, OH (supported by Jambalaya & Climax Blues Band) November 9, 1973 Stampede Corral, Calgary, AN (supported by Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

1974

Fake Fleetwood Mac Line-Up: Elmer Gantry (vocals, guitar) Kirby Gregory (guitar) Paul Martinez (bass) John Wilkinson (keyboards) Craig Collinge (drums)

January 18, 1974 Warehouse Cafe, New Orleans, LA January 22, 1974 York College Of Pennsylvania, York, PA January 23, 1974 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD January 25, 1974 Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, NY January 26, 1974 Academy of Music, New York City, NY (supported by Kiss & Silverhead with Michael Des Barres) January 29, 1974 Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO January 31, 1974 Civic Center, San Jose, CA February 1, 1974 Humboldt State College, Arcata, CA February 3, 1974 Civic Center, Yuma, AZ February 4, 1974 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT February 6, 1974 College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, ID February 7, 1974 Boise County Fairgrounds, Boise, ID February 8, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (supported by Tim Buckley & Silverhead with Michael Des Barres) February 9, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA February 11, 1974 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT February 12, 1974 Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, WA February 14, 1974 Chico State College, Chico, CA February 15-16, 1974 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (Cancelled, supported by Rory Gallagher, Silverhead. Fleetwood Mac were replaced by Savoy Brown) February 17, 1974 Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA February 19, 1974 Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB February 20, 1974 Kinsmen Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB (with Status Quo) February 22 Civic Auditorium, Fargo, ND February 23 Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL February 24 Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL February 26 Century II, Wichita, KS February 27 Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO March 1, 1974 Warner Theatre, Washington, DC March 2, 1974 Virginia Polytechnic, Blacksburg, VA March 3, 1974 College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA March 6, 1974 Ambassador Theatre, St. Louis, MO March 8, 1974 State University of New York, Delhi, NY March 9, 1974 University of Vermont, Burlington, VT March 13, 1974 Hamburg Field House, Hamburg, PA March 15, 1974 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL March 23, 1974 Alma College, Alma, MI March 29, 1974 City Coliseum, Austin, TX March 30, 1974 Moody Coliseum, Dallas, TX April 6, 1974 Ambassador Theatre, St Louis, MO (supported by Nazareth)

Line-Up: Mick Fleetwood - Percussion Bob Welch - Lead Vocals/Guitar John McVie - Bass Guitar Christine McVie - Lead Vocals and Keyboard Doug Graves - Keyboards

September 29, 1974 John Long Centre, Scranton, PA (supported by Triumvirat) October 2, 1974 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (supported by Triumvirat) October 4, 1974 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA (supported by Triumvirat) October 5, 1974 Academy of Music, New York City, NY (supported by Triumvirat) October 6, 1974 Constitution Hall, Washington DC (supported by Triumvirat) October 9, 1974 New Century Theatre, Buffalo, NY (supporting Jefferson Starship, with Triumvirat) October 11, 1974 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Jefferson Starship, with Triumvirat)

October 12, 1974 Palace Theatre, Providence, RI (supported by Triumvirat. After the concert there was a screening of the new Rolling Stones movie "Ladies and Gentlemen...The Rolling Stones". Technical difficulties delayed the start of Fleetwood Macs set for two hours. When they finally came on they played an endless show. The movie started around 2am and everyone who stayed ended up sleeping in the theater overnight)

October 13, 1974 Walsh Auditorium, South Orange, NJ (supported by Triumvirat) October 14, 1974 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Triumvirat) October 15, 1974 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (supported by Triumvirat) October 16, 1974 Cleveland, OH (supported by Triumvirat) October 17, 1974 Cincinnati, OH (supported by Triumvirat) October 18, 1974 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supported by Triumvirat) October 19, 1974 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (supported by Triumvirat) October 20, 1974 University Of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI (supported by Triumvirat) October 21, 1974 Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Triumvirat) October 23, 1974 University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI (supported by Triumvirat) October 24, 1974 Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Triumvirat) October 25, 1974 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL (supported by Triumvirat) October 26, 1974 Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL (supported by Triumvirat) October 27, 1974 Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (supported by Triumvirat) October 30, 1974 Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, MS (supported by Triumvirat) October 31, 1974 Omni Coliseum, Atlanta, GA (supporting Jefferson Starship, with Triumvirat) November 1, 1974 St. Bernard Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (supported by Triumvirat) November 3, 1974 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO (supported by Little Feat & Triumvirat) November 4, 1974 International Building, Oklahoma City, OK (supported by Triumvirat) November 5, 1974 Dallas, TX (supported by Triumvirat) November 6, 1974 Hofheinz Pavillion, Houston, TX (supported by Triumvirat) November 7, 1974 Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX (supported by Triumvirat) November 8, 1974 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX (supporting Jefferson Starship, with Triumvirat) November 13, 1974 University Of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (supported by Triumvirat) November 14, 1974 Regis College, Denver, CO November 15, 1974 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT (supported by The Unicorn) November 16, 1974 Montana State University, Bozeman, MT (supported by The Unicorn) November 17, 1974 University of Montana, Missoula, MT (supported by The Unicorn) November 19, 1974 Whitworth College, Spokane, WA (supported by Triumvirat) November 21, 1974 Oregon State University, Corvalis, OR (supported by Triumvirat) November 22, 1974 Mt. Hood Community College Gym, Gresham, OR November 22, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supported by Triumvirat) November 24, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (supported by Jacobs Ladder) November 26, 1974 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA (supported by Triumvirat) November 27, 1974 UCSB Robertsons Gym, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Litle Feat & Triumvirat) November 28, 1974 Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Triumvirat) November 29, 1974 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supporting Jefferson Starship) November 30, 1974 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Jefferson Starship, with Triumvirat) December 1, 1974 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Eric Burdon Band & Triumvirat) December ?, 1974 Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (supported by Climax Blues Band. Bob Welchs final show as an official member of the band)

1975

Line-Up: #11 January 1975 - July 1987

  • Lindsey Buckingham - Guitar, Vocals
  • Stevie Nicks - Vocals
  • Mick Fleetwood - Percussion
  • John McVie - Bass Guitar
  • Christine McVie - Lead Vocals and Keyboard

April 12, 1975 Balboa Bowl, San Diego, CA (with Rod Stewart & The Faces, Loggins & Messina & Lynyrd Skynyrd)

May 5, 1975 Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton, AB

May 15, 1975 El Paso, TX

May 1975 Dallas, TX

May 1975 Civic Center, Amarillo, TX

May 1975 Taylor County Expo Center, Abilene, TX

May 19, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Kansas, who cancelled when their plane couldn't land at the airport)

May 20 (May 21 according to other sources), 1975 Austin Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX (Kansas opened this one. Attendance was surprisingly very light.)

May 22, 1975 Michigan Theatre, Detroit, MI (supported by Ambrosia)

May 23, 1975 Civic Theatre, Akron, OH

May 24, 1975 Veteran's Memorial, Ft. Wayne, IN

May 25, 1975 Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend, IN

May 27, 1975 Miami University, Oxford, OH (supported by Climax Blues Band)

May 29, 1975 Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA

May 30, 1975 Capitol Theatre, Portchester, NY (supported by Henry Gross)

May 31, 1975 Richmond Mosque, Richmond, VA

June 1, 1975 Constitution Hall, Washington DC (supported by Henry Gross)

June 3, 1975 Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Ace & Henry Gross)

June 4, 1975 War Memorial Hall, Trenton, NJ

June 5, 1975 New Century Theatre, Buffalo, NY

June 6, 1975 Calderone Theatre, Hempstead, NY (supported by Ace & Henry Gross)

June 7, 1975 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (supported by Golden Earring & Henry Gross)

June 8, 1975 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT

July 1975 Music Hall, Houston, TX

July 26, 1975 City Park Stadium, New Orleans, LA (supporting ZZ Top, with J Boy Adams, Trooper, Jeff Beck & Aerosmith)

August 1, 1975 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Robin Trower, Ruby Star & Grey Ghost)

August 2, 1975 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA (supported by Dave Mason & Peter Frampton)

August 3, 1975 Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA ("A Day On The Green", supported by Robin Trower, Dave Mason & Peter Frampton)

August 1975 Sports Arena, Anchorage, AK (supported by Canned Heat)

August 7, 1975 PNE Gardens, Vancouver, BC

August 8, 1975 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA

August 9, 1975 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR

August 10, 1975 University Of Montana, Missoula, MO

August 11, 1975 Sportsplex, Lethbridge, AB

August 12, 1975 Edmonton, AB

August 13, 1975 Calgary Stampede, Calgary, AB

August 15, 1975 Milwaukee Arena, Milwaukee, WI

August 16, 1975 Minneapolis, MN

August 17, 1975 At The Grove, Kansas City, MO

August 18, 1975 St. Louis, MO

August 19, 1975 St. Louis, MO

August 20, 1975 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT

August 1975 Century Theatre, Wichita, KS

August 22, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM

August 23, 1975 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ

August 24, 1975 Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ

August 1975 Tucson Community Center, Tucson, AZ (with Marshall Tucker Band)

August 26, 1975 Las Vegas, NV

August 29, 1976 Olympic Gold Ice Arena, Modesto, CA

August 30, 1975 Anaheim Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

August 30, 1975 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA (Sunshine Festival. Supporting Rod Stewart & The Faces & Loggins & Messina)

August 31, 1975 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA (supporting Rod Stewart & The Faces, Loggins & Messina & Lynyrd Skynyrd)

September 1, 1975 Madera Speedway, Fresno, CA (supporting Rod Stewart & The Faces, Black Sabbath & Lynyrd Skynyrd)

September 1975 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA (supporting Procol Harum, With David Blue)

September 3, 1975 Trod Nossel Studios, Wallingford, CT (Tour Rehearsal)

September 12, 1975 McNichol's Arena, Denver, CO (supporting Rod Stewart & The Faces)

September 14, 1975 Fairgrounds Arena, Casper, WY (supported by Johnny Rivers & Sugarloaf)

September 16, 1975 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE

September 17, 1975 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

September 18, 1975 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL

September 19, 1975 University of Illinois, Urbana, IL

September 20, 1975 Edward C. Elliot Hall of Music, West Lafayette, IN

September 21, 1975 Edgewater Raceway, Cincinnati, OH (with the Eagles, Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels & New Riders of The Purple Sage)

September 23, 1975 Mary Sawyer Auditorium, LaCrosse, WI

September 24, 1975 RKO Orpheum Theatre, Davenport, IA (supported by Head East)

September 25, 1975 University Of Illinois, Champaign, IL

September 26, 1975 Kent State University, Kent, OH

September 27, 1975 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI

September 28, 1975 Busch Stadium (?), Indianapolis, IN

September 29, 1975 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, Columbus, OH

October 3, 1975 Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, VA

October 4, 1975 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA

October 5, 1975 Capital Centre, Largo, MD (supporting Loggins & Messina)

October 8, 1975 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY (supporting Loggins & Messina)

October 9, 1975 New Century Theatre, Buffalo, NY

October 10, 1975 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (supporting Loggins & Messina! With John Sebastian)

October 11, 1975 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Loggins & Messina, with The Amazing Rhythm Aces)

October 12, 1975 Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA

October 1975 Student Union Gym, Johnstown, PA (supported by The Amazing Rhythm Aces)

October 13, 1975 South Orange, NJ

October 15, 1975 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supporting Jefferson Starship)

October 16, 1975 Erie Fieldhouse, Erie, PA

October 17, 1975 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (supporting Procol Harum, With David Blue)

October 18, 1975 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA (supporting Jefferson Starship)

October 20, 1975 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supporting Jefferson Starship)

October 25, 1975 University Of Connecticut, Storrs, CT (supported by Renaissance)

October 26, 1975 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY

November 1975 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX (supported by Aja)

November 1975 Mesa State Junior College, Grand Junction, CO

November 12, 1975 Birmingham, AL (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 14, 1975 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA

November 15, 1975 Charleston, NC (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 16, 1975 Greenville, NC (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 18, 1975 Chapel Hill, NC (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 19, 1975 Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 20, 1975 Yale Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 21, 1975 University of West Virginia Coliseum, Morgantown, WV (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 23, 1975 Charleston, NC (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 26, 1975 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 27, 1975 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright. Bob Welch was in the audience and stood in the wings while the band played "Hypnotized" during the encore)

November 28-29, 1975 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Brian Auger & The Oblivion Express & Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

November 30, 1975 Civic Center, San Jose, CA (supported by Brian Auger)

December 2, 1975 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

December 6. 1975 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by Jiva, whose lead singer was Gary Wright)

December 10, 1975 Convention Complex, Denver, CO

December 12, 1975 Robertson Gym, Santa Barbara, CA

December 18, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Bakersfield, CA

December 19, 1975 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supporting Dave Mason, with Little Feat)

December 22, 1975 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA

December 31, 1975 Diamond Head Festival, Honululu, HI (The Diamond Head Festival Of Life. Two day festival with the following artists: America, BTO, Melissa Manchester, Herbie Hancock, Seals & Crofts, Tower Of Power, Stampeders, Shawn Phillips, Stevie Ferguson & The Gypsy Hollow Boys, Ratdorf & Moonfy & Cheech and Chong)

1976

April 22, 1976 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (supported by Gary Wright & Status Quo)

April 23, 1976 Civic Plaza, Phoenix, AZ (Benefit for the Maricopa Division of the American Heart Association)

April 25, 1976 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA ("The British Are Back To Back", supporting Peter Frampton with Gary Wright, Status Quo & UFO)

May 1, 1976 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA ("The British Are Back To Back", supporting Peter Frampton with Gary Wright, Status Quo & UFO)

May 2, 1976 Campus Field, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by UFO)

May 1976 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA (Mick broke his bass drum pedal during the intro to "You Make Loving Fun" (a song they debuted publically for the first time that night) and made the band stop the song while it was being fixed)

May 28, 1976 Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO (with Ted Nugent, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck & Jan Hammer)

June 15, 1976 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

June 18, 1976 Royals Stadium, Kansas City, MO ("Summer Jam 76", co-headlining with Kansas, supported by Head East, REO Speedwagon & Henry Gross. Heart was billed to appear, but did not show up)

June 19, 1976 Civic Center, Omaha, NE (supported by Kansas & Henry Gross)

June 20, 1976 Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, IA

June 21-22, 1976 Pine Knob Music Center, Detroit, MI

June 24, 1976 Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, WI

June 25, 1976 Glen Oak Park Amphitheatre, Peoria, IL (The Illinois River Jam II, supported by Jeff Beck)

June 26, 1976 Parade Stadium, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Jeff Beck & Henry Gross)

June 27, 1976 North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND ("Dakota Jam", supported by Jeff Beck with Jan Hammer & Henry Gross)

June 29, 1976 Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, & Ted Nugent)

June 30, 1976 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

July 2, 1976 Winston Salem Speedway, Greensboro, NC (supporting The Eagles, with Boz Scaggs)

July 3, 1976 Omni, Atlanta, GA (supporting The Eagles, with Boz Scaggs)

July 4, 1976 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL (To commemorate the American Bicentennial, supporting The Eagles, with Loggins & Messina)

July 1976 Jacksonville, FL

July 12, 1976 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by New Riders Of The Purple Sage & Firefall)

July 13, 1976 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by Firefall)

July 14, 1976 Colt Park, Hartford, CT (supporting Jefferson Starship)

July 16, 1976 Brown County Arena, Green Bay, WI (supported by Sandcastle)

July 17, 1976 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (supported by Sandcastle)

July 18, 1976 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO (supporting The Beach Boys, with Santana & Gerard)

July 21, 1976 Washington Park, Chicago, IL (The Summer Of Stars)

July 23, 1976 Cleveland, OH

July 24, 1976 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA (supporting The Eagles, with Boz Scaggs)

July 25, 1976 Schaefer Stadium, Foxboro, MA (supporting The Eagles, with Boz Scaggs)

July 27, 1976 Capitol Center, Landover, MD (supported by Henry Gross)

August 24, 1976 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Firefall, Burrito Brothers, Stephen Stills, Spirit & Jo Jo Gunne)

August 26, 1976 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Firefall & Rick Roberts. Bob Welch was in the audience this night)

August 27-30, 1976 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA (supported by Peter Ivers)

September 5, 1976 Highway 620 & Quinlan Park Road, Austin, TX (with The Band, Chicago, England Dan & John Ford Coley & Firefall)

December 5, 1976 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN (Benefit for Senator Birch Bayh)

1977

Rumours Tour

February 24, 1977 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

February 28, 1977 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (Jacques Cousteau benefit concert. Stevie had a sore throat and could not make it through the entire set)

March 1, 1977 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

March 1977 Civic Center, El Paso, TX (supported by Kenny Loggins)

March 1977 Jefferson Coliseum, Birmingham, AL

March 6, 1977 Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX (Postponed till May 15th)

March 10, 1977 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

March 19, 1977 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC (supported by Firefall)

March 21, 1977 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Firefall)

March 22, 1977 Hershey Park Arena, Hershey, PA

March 23, 1977 Civic Center, Hartford, CT

March 24, 1977 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (supported by Firefall)

March 25, 1977 Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT (supported by Firefall)

March 1977 Ramshead Airforce Base, Annapolis, MD (supported by Jeff Beck)

March 1977 Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC

April 1, 1977 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO (supported by Rocky Burnett)

April 2, 1977 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

April 4, 1977 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

April 5, 1977 Apollo, Manchester, ENG

April 8-10, 1977 Rainbow, London, ENG (on the 8th the group were visited backstage by Peter Green)

April 1977 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

April 14, 1977 Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, GER (supported by Volker Kriegel`s Mild Maniac)

April 15, 1977 Circus Krone, Munich, GER

April 16, 1977 Hamburg, GER

April 18, 1977 Le Zenith, Paris, FRA

April 19, 1977 Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, GER

April 23, 1977 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

April 24, 1977 Hovet, Stockholm, SWE

April 1977 Olympen, Lund, SWE

May 1, 1977 Folsom Field, Boulder, CO (supported by John Sebastian & Country Joe & The Fish)

May 7, 1977 Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA ("Day On The Green" With The Doobie Brothers & Gary Wright)

May 8, 1977 UC Stadium, Santa Barbara, CA (Cancelled because of rain. Rescheduled to October 2nd)

May 11, 1977 County Coliseum, El Paso, TX (supported by Kenny Loggins)

May 15, 1977 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX (Rescheduled from March 6th)

May 16, 1977 Summit, Houston, TX

May 18, 1977 Fairgrounds Arena, Oklahoma City, OK

May 21, 1977 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN (supported by Kenny Loggins)

May 28, 1977 Miami Baseball Stadium, Miami, FL (supported by Kenny Loggins & Chick Corea's Return to Forever)

May 29, 1977 Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL (Rock Superbowl I, supported by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke & Return To Forever & Kenny Loggins)

June 1, 1977 Omni, Atlanta, GA (supported by Kenny Loggins)

June 2, 1977 Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, AL (supported by Kenny Loggins)

June 3, 1977 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (supported by Kenny Loggins)

June 5, 1977 Tad Gormley Stadium, New Orleans, LA (supported by Bob Seger, Foreigner & Kenny Loggins)

June 25, 1977 Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AK

June 28, 1977 Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY

June 29-30, 1977 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

July 2, 1977 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY

July 4, 1977 Exhibition Stadium, Toronto, ON (supported by Loggins & Messina & Little River Band)

July 7, 1977 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Kenny Loggins)

July 11, 1977 The Scope, Norfolk, VA (supported by Kenny Loggins)

July 13, 1977 Capitol Center, Washington DC (supported by Kenny Loggins)

July 16, 1977 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY (supported by Kenny Loggins)

July 23-24, 1977 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL

August 15, 1977 Pine Knob Theatre, Clarkston, MI

August 24-25, 1977 Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas, NV

August 27, 1977 University of Arizona Football Stadium, Tucson, AZ (A benefit for the American Heart Association, supported by Marshall Tucker Band, Kenny Loggins & Arizona")

August 29-30, 1977 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA

September 3, 1977 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA

September 4, 1977 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

September 5, 1977 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver BC

September 7, 1977 Calgary Stampede, Calgary, AB

September 8, 1977 Edmonton, AB

September 11, 1977 Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee, WI

September 12, 1977 St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN

September 15, 1977 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE

September 16, 1977 Kemper Arena, Kansas, MO

September 17, 1977 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis. MO (supported by Ram Jam)

September 20, 1977 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN (supported by Stephen Bishop)

September 21, 1977 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY (supported by Stephen Bishop)

September 25-26, 1977 The Coliseum, Cleveland, OH (supported by Kenny Loggins)

September 27, 1977 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Kenny Loggins. Stevie joined him to sang harmony on "Vahevala")

September ?, 1977 Forum, Inglewood, CA (3 shows ?)

October 2, 1977 UC Stadium, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Kenny Loggins. Rescheduled from May 8th)

October 3-4, 1977 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

November 6, 1977 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, NZ

November 9, 1977 Parklands, Brisbane, AUS

November 11, 1977 RAS Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney, AUS ("Rockarena" with Santana, Little River Band, The Kevin Borich Express & Creation)

November 13, 1977 Calder Park Raceway, Melbourne, AUS ("Rockarena" with Santana, Little River Band, The Kevin Borich Express & Creation)

November 15, 1977 Festival Hall, Queensland, AUS

November 17, 1977 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS

November 18-19, 1977 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS

November 23, 1977 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, AUS

November 27, 1977 Western Springs, Auckland, NZ

December 1, 1977 Shi Kokaido, Nagoya, JPN

December 3-4, 1977 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN

December 5, 1977 Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

December 10, 1977 Royal Lahaina Tennis Stadium, Honolulu, HI (supported by Stephen Bishop)

December 1977 Maui Sheraton, Maui, HI (outdoor benefit concert)

1978

March 18, 1978 Ontario Motor Speedway, Ontario, CA ("CalJam II", Stevie and Mick joined Bob Welch on stage, to perform "Ebony Eyes" together)

July 17-19, 1978 Alpine Valley Music Theater, East Troy, WI

July 1978 University of Texas, Austin, TX (supported by Firefall)

July 23, 1978 Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX (supported by Steve Miller Band, Bob Welch & Little River Band)

July 26, 1978 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, NY

July 28, 1978 Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, NY ("Summerfest" supported by Foreigner, Pablo Cruise & Bob Welch)

July 29-30, 1978 JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA (co-headlined with Steve Miller band, supported by Sanford Townshend Band & Bob Welch. Lindsey collapsed earlier in the day and had to have a spinal tap. The band cancelled the next few shows)

August 5, 1978 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH ("The World Series Of Rock". Postponed until August 26, 1978, because Lindsey had not sufficiently recovered from a spinal tap)

August 24, 1978 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY

August 26, 1978 Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, OH ("The World Series Of Rock", supported by The Cars, Todd Rundgren, Bob Welch & Eddie Money. J. Geils was originally supposed to headline but backed out at the last minute. Rescheduled from August 5th)

August 28, 1978 Jefferson Civic Auditorium, Birmingham, AL

August 29, 1978 Omni, Atlanta, GA

August 30, 1978 LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA

1979

Tusk Tour

The Touring Band Mick Fleetwood: Drums and Percussion John McVie: Bass Guitar Christine McVie: Keyboards and Vocals Stevie Nicks: Vocals Lindsey Buckingham: Guitars and Vocals Ray Lindsey: Acoustic Guitar on "Go Your Own Way" throughout the tour.

October 10, 1979 Fleetwood Mac receive a star on the Hollywood walk of fame

October 26, 1979 Mini Dome, Pocatello, ID

October 27, 1979 Dee Events Center, Ogden, UT

October 28, 1979 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT

October 31-November 1, 1979, McNichol's Sports Arena, Denver, CO

November 2, 1979 Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM (Micks new wife Sara stole the house cat from the venue)

November 5-6, 1979 Checker Dome, St. Louis, MO

November 7, 1979 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH

November 10, 1979 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT (supported by Danny Douma & Night Eyes)

November 11-12, 1979 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

November 15-16, 1979 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

November 17, 1979 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

November 20, 1979 Rochester Community War Memorial, Rochester, NY

November 21, 1979 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Danny Douma & Night Eyes)

November 22, 1979 Civic Center, Providence, RI

November 25, 1979 Capital Center, Largo, MD (The night before the concert, a private birthday party for John McVie was held at a DC club. Bob Welch attended, as did Dennis Wlison and members of The Eagles)

November 26, 1979 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

November 29, 1979 Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI

November 30, 1979 Assembly Hall, Champaign, IL (supported by Danny Douma)

December 1, 1979 Uni Dome, Cedar Falls, IA (supported by Danny Douma)

December 4-6, 1979 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Danny Douma & Night Eyes. The USC Trojan Marching Band performed Tusk live on the 4th)

December 9, 1979 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

December 10-11, 1979 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Danny Douma & Night Eyes)

Dec 14-16, 1979 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA