Iconic British-American rock outfit Fleetwood Mac have announced a fresh run of US tour dates - which has pretty much ruled them out of performing at the return of Glastonbury this year.
The band, who are celebrating the 35th anniversary of their record ‘Rumours’ - which many fans claim to be their best album - are set to kick off their world tour in Columbus this April, and will tour throughout April, May, June, and into July.
Adding dates to their tour, the band have now announced a number of new shows, including gigs in Spokane, Washington on Saturday June 29th and Portland, Oregon on Sunday June 30th. This means that the band would only have a chance to perform at Glastonbury on the Friday, and would have to travel straight back to the US the next morning - suggesting that a Glastonbury appearance for Fleetwood Mac is almost certainly out of the question.
British fans of the band are currently awaiting the announcement of the band’s UK tour dates, which are expected to be announced in the near future. We expect there will some large-scale appearances from the band - and they could even be lined-up as one of the Hyde Park or Olympic Park event headliners. We’ll have to hold tight for some official announcements.