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Fleetwood Mac, Dublin, October

Hear that? That’s the sound of groans from Elton John, James Taylor, The Eagles, Rod Stewart and a gallery of other AOR seniors with tickets to hawk for Irish summer shows as yet another heritage act decides to hit Ireland …

Thu, Jun 4, 2009, 06:18

   

Hear that? That’s the sound of groans from Elton John, James Taylor, The Eagles, Rod Stewart and a gallery of other AOR seniors with tickets to hawk for Irish summer shows as yet another heritage act decides to hit Ireland to add some ducats to their pension fund. Fleetwood Mac play Dublin’s 02 on October 24, which neatly puts paid to ridiculous rumours (hur, hur) that they were going to pitch a tent in Stradbally in early September. Per press release, tickets are “from” €86.25 a pop (no details on it about when they go on sale). How high will those tix go? Probably higher than even the Mac got when they were recording “Tusk”.

UPDATE: Tickets go on sale on June 12 and range in price from €126.25 to €86.25.