If you couldn't get tickets for Fleetwood Mac's Irish gig, the next best thing is here
Europe’s best tribute band. A cracking night for Fleetwood Mac fans.
While the Irish Fleetwood Mac who bagged tickets to the band's gig in Dublin are absolutely delighted with themselves, those who couldn't get the golden ticket were forced to go their own way.
Well, there's no need to break the chain of support for the band just yet because the next best thing is coming to Ireland and really soon too.
Europe’s best tribute to the beloved band, Mack Fleetwood, will be playing Encore in Naas on 16 March and Twenty Two in Dublin on 22 March, as well as host of further dates across the country in the coming months.
Granted, nothing can ever rival seeing the real deal in the flesh, but having been voted as Europe's number one Fleetwood Mac cover band and previously being asked to play Vicar Street, you know that word of their talent is more than just rumours.
As stated on the official event page, the concert will "bring you on a magical musical journey from the Peter Green blues era to the multi-platinum selling band that still tour today".
"Mack Fleetwood bewitch their audience with authentic renditions of all your favourite classic Fleetwood Mac hits. Their love of the material and musical prowess shines through each song."
Tickets to the gigs cost €16.87 and you can check out details of further gigs in Ireland in the coming months, including in venues in Laois, Waterford, Wexford, Dublin, Limerick, Louth, Wicklow and Kilkenny on the band's official Facebook page.