(Anna-Karin Nilsson)

CONCERT VIDEOS: Fleetwood Mac @ Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden

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Fleetwood Mac performed in concert at the Ericsson Globe in the beautiful Swedish city of Stockholm on Wednesday night. The band had an earlier start time of 7:30 p.m. and came onstage at approximately 7:45. As expected, the band started the night off with the reliable Rumours trifecta: “Second Hand News,” “The Chain,” and “Dreams.” Just before “Dreams,” Stevie greeted the Swedes warmly and gave her usual concert battle cry to fire up the crowd.

“We are so glad to be here. It’s a long way from the United States to Stockholm, but it’s worth every minute of it. So that being said, we think we should just get right on with this program and get this party started!”

Fans at the show quickly tweeted their praises of the band in action:

Stevie dedicated “Landslide” to Adriana and Torsti, “two really lovely people” that she met while shopping in Stockholm.

Scroll down the page for concert videos (coming soon), fan reaction, critic reviews (coming soon), and the set list of the show.

Fleetwood Mac closes out the European tour on Saturday night, with an encore performance at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. The band will take a short break before starting up once again for the Australia / New Zealand leg of the 2013 world tour, which kicks off at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on November 10.


Second Hand News (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


The Chain (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


The Chain (courtesy of JennLeighx)

Fleetwood Mac - The Chain


Dreams (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


Dreams (courtesy of Xasapidas AEL)

Fleetwood Mac - Dreams , live@Stockholm 23.10.2013, AEL Sweden Fans


Sad Angel (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


Rhiannon (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


Rhiannon (courtesy of Xasapidas AEL)

Fleetwood Mac - Rhiannon , live@Stockholm 23.10.2013, AEL Sweden Fans


Not That Funny (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


Tusk (courtesy of Mattias Haggren)


Sisters of the Moon (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Big Love (courtesy of Brian Askrud)

Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac – Big Love "Unplugged" @ Globen, Stockholm


Big Love (courtesy of Mintylight)

Fleetwood Mac - Big Love - 2013-10-23 - Stockholm


Landslide (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Without You – intro (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Gypsy (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Gold Dust Woman (courtesy of fryzzled)

Fleetwood Mac Stockholm 2013


Gold Dust Woman – partial (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Stand Back (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Go Your Own Way (courtesy of Ron Chlebek)

Guitar solo Fleetwood Mac


Don’t Stop (courtesy of Håkan Loberg)

Fleetwood Mac in Globen, Stockholm


Silver Springs (courtesy of Angelica Bellborg)


Critic reviews

Fan reaction via Twitter


Stockholm setlist

01. Second Hand News 13. Without You
02. The Chain 14. Gypsy
03. Dreams 15. Eyes of the World
04. Sad Angel 16. Gold Dust Woman
05. Rhiannon 17. I’m So Afraid
06. Not That Funny 18. Stand Back
07. Tusk 19. Go Your Own Way
08. Sisters of the Moon 20. World Turning
09. Sara 21. Don’t Stop
10. Big Love 22. Silver Springs
11. Landslide 23. Say Goodbye
12. Never Going Back Again

European tour dates

20 Sep O2 Dublin Dublin, Ireland
21 Sep O2 Dublin Dublin, Ireland
24 Sep O2 Arena London, Great Britain
25 Sep O2 Arena London, Great Britain
27 Sep O2 Arena London, Great Britain
29 Sep LG Arena Birmingham, Great Britain
01 Oct Manchester Arena Manchester, Great Britain
03 Oct Hydro Glasgow, Great Britain
06 Oct Lanxess Arena Cologne, Germany
07 Oct Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, Netherlands
09 Oct Sport Palais Antwerp, Belgium
11 Oct Bercy Paris, France
13 Oct Hallenstadion Zürich, Switzerland
14 Oct Schleyerhalle Stuttgart, Germany
16 Oct O2 World Berlin, Germany
18 Oct Jyske Bank Boxen Herning, Denmark
20 Oct Oslo Spektrum Oslo, Norway
23 Oct Ericsson Globe Stockholm, Sweden
26 Oct Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, Netherlands

2022 Tour

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May 11, 2022

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Quincy, WA
May 14, 2022

RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
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June 10, 2022

Shoreline Amphitheatre
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June 12, 2022

USANA Amphitheatre
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June 16, 2022

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
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June 19, 2022

Ruoff Music Center
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June 21, 2022

Jazz Aspen Snowmass
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Labor Day 2022

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September 8, 2022
September 10, 2022

Sea Hear Now Festival
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Sound on Sound Festival
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Ohana Festival
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