Fleetwood Mac

One of the biggest-selling bands of all time, Fleetwood Mac wrapped up an extensive 120-date, 14-month world tour in late 2015. Their On With The Show tour reunited the band’s classic line-up with keyboardist Christine McVie and was one of the top ten grossing live tours of 2015.

Since then, however, there’s been no word of any plans for Fleetwood Mac to play live again. Given Fleetwood Mac’s vintage and history, any tour could potentially be band’s last, so a new live announcement sparks a fair amount of hope among fans.

Be warned though, tickets aren’t cheap. On July 28, Fleetwood Mac will perform as part of the second annual Blue Diamond Gala, hosted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. They’ll perform a set from centerfield at Dodger Stadium. According to information on the Dodgers’ website, the Fleetwood Mac performance is being billed as a “Grandslam Night Of Greatest Hits” and will be the band’s only performance of 2016. The Gala will also honor Vin Scully, the long-time Dodgers announcer who’s set to retire at the end of the season.

Single tickets to the event start at $1500, while sponsorship packages go all the way up to $100,000. All proceeds from the evening will go towards the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, which benefits underprivileged local communities. For more details, go here.

In other news, a remastered version of Fleetwood Mac’s 1982 album Mirage is set to release on July 29.