Win tickets to Rumours of Fleetwood Mac at Bord Gais Energy Theatre

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 24 January 2015

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Following a sell-out tour earlier this year, the legendary Rumours of Fleetwood Mac begin their next tour in November of this year and will carry on through to 2015. See bellow how you can win a pair of tickets to their Dublin date.

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 24 January 2015

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac’s tour includes a date at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin on the 24th of January, 2015. See full tour dates below.

They are recognised internationally as the leading tribute to Fleetwood Mac. Tickets are priced from €28.50.

We have a pair of tickets to give away. There are more ways to enter the competition, and each one gives you a chance to win. The more ways you enter, the more chances you have to win. Good luck!

The winner will be announced on January 20th.

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

Tour dates:
2014

  • Mon 10 Nov – Bournemouth – Pavilion
  • Fri 14 Nov – Stoke – Victoria Hall
  • Sat 15 Nov – Llandudno – Venue Cymru
  • Mon 17 Nov – Perth – Concert Hall
  • Tue 18 Nov – Edinburgh – Queen’s Hall
  • Wed 19 Nov – New Brighton – Floral Pavilion
  • Sat 22 Nov – Scarborough – The Grand Hall
  • Mon 24 Nov – Ipswich – Regent
  • Tue 25 Nov – St Albans – Arena
  • Thu 27 Nov – Nottingham – Royal Concert Hall
  • Fri 28 Nov – Coventry – Warwick Arts Centre
  • Sun 30 Nov – Malvern – Forum
  • Mon 1 Dec – Oxford – New Theatre
  • Tue 2 Dec – Harrogate – Royal Hall

2015

  • Wed 21 Jan – Crewe – Lyceum Theatre
  • Fri 23 Jan – Belfast – Waterfront
  • Sat 24 Jan – Dublin – Bord Gais Energy Theatre
  • Mon 26 Jan – Buxton – Opera House
  • Tue 27 Jan – Croydon – Ashcroft Theatre
  • Wed 28 Jan – Yeovil – Octagon Theatre
  • Fri 30 Jan – Sheffield – City Hall
  • Sat 31 Jan – London – Union Chapel
  • Sun 1 Feb – Dartford – Orchard Theatre
  • Mon 2 Feb – Aylesbury – Waterside Theatre
  • Wed 4 Feb – Swansea – Grand Theatre
  • Thu 5 Feb – Salisbury – City Hall
  • Fri 6 Feb – Dorking – Hall
  • Sat 7 Feb – Southend – Cliffs Pavilion
  • Mon 9 Feb – Swindon – Wyvern Theatre
  • Tue 10 Feb – Bristol – Colston Hall
  • Thu 12 Feb – Barnstaple – Queen’s Theatre
  • Fri 13 Feb – Basingstoke – The Anvil
  • Sat 14 Feb – Kings Lynn – Corn Exchange
  • Mon 16 Feb – Gateshead – The Sage
  • Tue 17 Feb – Glasgow – Pavilion
  • Thu 19 Feb – Inverness – Eden Court Theatre
  • Fri 20 Feb – Aberdeen – Music Hall
  • Sun 22 Feb – Dunfermline – Alhambra Theatre
  • Mon 23 Feb – York – – Grand Opera House
  • Tue 24 Feb – Shrewsbury – Theatre Severn
  • Wed 25 Feb – London – Cadogan Hall
  • Fri 27 Feb – Cambridge – Corn Exchange
  • Sat 28 Feb – Salford – The Lowry
  • Mon 2 Mar – T-Wells – Assembly Hall
  • Tue 3 Mar – High Wycombe – Swan
  • Wed 4 Mar – Preston – Guildhall
  • Thu 5 Mar – Lverpool – Philharmonic Hall
  • Sat 7 Mar – Birmingham – Town Hall
  • Sun 8 Mar – Watford – Colosseum
  • Mon 9 Mar – Portsmouth – Guildhall
  • Tue 10 Mar – Northampton – Derngate
  • Thu 12 Mar – Scunthorpe – Baths Hall
  • Sat 14 Mar – Pymouth – Pavilions
  • Sun 15 Mar – Cardiff – St David’s Hall
  • Thu 26 Mar – Norwich – Theatre Royal
  • Fri 27 Mar – Darlington – Civic Theatre

 

Lucy Ivan

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