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Fleetwood Mac Add More U.S. Tour Dates

Second shows in Chicago, Boston and L.A. among 13 new gigs

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January 24, 2013 10:05 AM ET

Fleetwood Mac have added 13 new dates to their upcoming Fleetwood Mac Live 2013 tour this spring, including second shows in Chicago, Boston and Los Angeles.

The tour kicks off April 4th in Columbus, Ohio, with the additional dates starting June 14th in Chicago. The band will hit cities missed during the first go-around, including Cleveland; Charlotte, North Carolina; Des Moines, Iowa; Portland, Oregon; Wantagh, New York; Spokane, Washington; Sacramento, California; Albany, New York; and Montreal.

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Fleetwood Mac Live 2013 marks the band's first tour since 2009, and while they won't be pushing a new album, the trek will come on the heels of the massive reissue of their 1977 classic Rumours that's filled with unreleased live and studio material, and a DVD of the 1977 documentary The Rosebud Film

Tickets for the additional dates for Fleetwood Mac Live 2013 go on sale beginning February 1st; dates are below. 

6/14 Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena
6/15 Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena
6/18 Montreal, QC – Bell Center
6/19 Albany, NY – Times Union Center Arena
6/21 Boston, MA – Comcast Center
6/22 Wantagh, NY – Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
6/24 Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena
6/26 Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Center
6/29 Spokane, WA – Spokane Arena
6/30 Portland, OR – Rose Garden Arena
7/3 Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
7/5 San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena
7/6 Sacramento, CA – Sleep Train Arena

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