Fleetwood Mac concert sells out

Fleetwood Mac have sold out their November Dunedin show in less than an hour. 

There were queues at the box office and with online bookings the public sale tickets were snapped up in an instant.

DVML CEO Terry Davies said he was "delighted'' at the news and while he had not wanted to predict a sell-out ahead of tickets going on sale, he was not surprised at the result.

"Fleetwood Mac's immense popularity is reflected in the speed in which the show has sold out. It's going to be a fantastic night under the roof."

The city has been inundated with requests for accommodation.

Michael Coppel, president and CEO of Live Nation Australasia, the tour's promoter, said he was "genuinely thrilled" to be able to bring Fleetwood Mac back to New Zealand. He called the response to the band's visit -  "unbelievable''.

A second show has been announced for Auckland, 


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