The Fleetwood Mac tour date scheduled for Thursday, March 12th at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City has been postponed due to an illness, according to an announcement by the band and venue. The show has been rescheduled for April 17, and tickets issued for the original concert date will be honored at the venue on the rescheduled date.
The specifics regarding who’s sick and how severely remained private. This is the third time a show on their tour has been postponed due to someone feeling ill. Fleetwood Mac’s show in Little Rock, Arkansas on March 11th was also postponed due to the unspecified illness. Previously, the band’s January 17th stop in Lincoln, Nebraska had to be cut short after drummer Mick Fleetwood came down with a stomach flu partway through the set, forcing his drum tech to step in for a couple of numbers during an abbreviated show.
Fleetwood Mac’s concert tickets in Oklahoma City for March 12th at Chesapeake Energy Arena had an average ticket price of $281.77 with a get-price of $71. Those prices come from secondary market data provided by Totally Tickets.
The On with the Show tour began in Minneapolis, Minnesota on September 30th and is currently scheduled to finish in Dublin, Ireland on July 11th. At the end of 2014, the tour placed 13th on Pollstar's "Top 100 Worldwide Tours", earning $74.1 million from 40 shows in North America.
One of the best-selling bands of all-time, members of Fleetwood Mac were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. This stop on their over 100-stop tour across the globe will still bring an amazing performance to Oklahoma City -- but fans will need to wait until April.
Formed in 1967, Fleetwood Mac’s still has a worldwide following and the “must-see” label remains over four decades later. In 2014, Christine McVie overcame cancer to rejoin the band, which created even more excitement for their current tour. Since her return, Fleetwood Mac is whole again and concertgoers have been thrilled to see and hear the band's classic Rumours lineup back together. The reinvigorated performers have an energy that has to be seen live in person.