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One of the world’s most loved bands, Fleetwood Mac, takes on a new life with an all-Australian line-up to celebrate their music.

As one of the stand-out shows for the 2023 Night at The Barracks series, the critically acclaimed Yesterday’s Gone, is launching its first tour around Australia in August and September 2024. Paying homage to Fleetwood Mac’s enduring legacy, Kav Temperley (of Eskimo Joe fame), country pop artist Fanny Lumsden, Charlie Collins, and Karen Lee Andrews are all acclaimed stars in their own right. They will be backed by some of Australia’s finest musicians to perform all the incredible hits including Dreams, Landslide, Don’t Stop, Rhiannon, Go Your Own Way, Everywhere, Songbird, Gypsy, Little Lies, Say You Love Me and more!

Australian Musician editor Greg Phillips caught up with Fanny Lumsden (just before she heads to New Zealand on her Country Halls tour) to chat about the Fleetwood Mac legacy and the upcoming August/September tour of the show Yesterday’s Gone.

With a career spanning over 50 years, Fleetwood Mac are one of the very rare bands who have managed to remain influential and popular to multiple generations throughout each decade of their existence. With viral videos, dance mixes and multitudes of cover versions keeping their songs at the front of mind, Fleetwood Mac’s incredible catalogue of songs continues to gain new fans every year.

Get transported back in time to the heyday of Fleetwood Mac as Yesterday’s Gone makes its way around Australia.

Tickets available here


Sunday 25th August
Hamer Hall, Melbourne VIC

Tuesday 27th August
Canberra Theatre, Canberra ACT

Friday 30th August
Crown Theatre, Perth

Saturday 31st August
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Bunbury WA

Tuesday 3rd September
Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury

Thursday 5th September
State Theatre, Sydney NSW

Friday 6th September,
Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul NSW

Sunday 8th September
Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide SA

Tuesday 10th September
Kings Theatre, Caloundra QLD

Thursday 12th September
HOTA, Gold Coast QLD

Friday 12th September
The Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane QLD

Sunday 15th September
Glasshouse, Port Macquarie NSW

Tuesday 17th September
Civic Theatre, Newcastle NSW

Tickets available here

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