Two weeks after an earlier tour stop at TD Garden, Fleetwood Mac will return to the Boston arena on Oct. 25 to perform a second concert at the venue during its 2014 On with the Show Tour. This will be the last chance to see the group in this Massachusetts capital during the fall venture, in addition to being Christine McVie's first tour with Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, and John McVie in more than a decade. Don't miss out on the chance to travel back to the glory days of American rock as this reunited lineup shares live renditions of hits like "Little Lies" and "Sara" during this upcoming Saturday night concert.
TD Garden Seating Information
The members of Fleetwood Mac will deliver the concert from a stage set up in front of Sections 17-18. Note that due to this stage setup, fans sitting in some sections in the tiered levels of the arena will not have a full view of the show. That information should be included in the "Notes" sections of listings that fall into the limited or obstructed view categories. The tiered seating levels include the Loge (Sections 1-22), Club (Sections 107-115 and 137-145), Balcony (Sections 301-330), and Promenade (Sections N1-N29 and S1-S27). There are also several suites situated throughout the arena between the Club and Balcony Levels. Many more seats will be set up on the TD Garden's Floor Level in Sections A-J. You may also be able to secure meet-and-greet passes with Mick Fleetwood if any are still on sale.
TD Garden General Information
No Fleetwood Mac fans will be allowed to bring food or drink into TD Garden, but there will be numerous concessions vendors on site selling beverages and a variety of cuisines. Everyone will be subject to search when they pass through the venue gates, and items like laptops, briefcases, and large bags may also be prohibited. No one will be allowed to record audio or video of the Fleetwood Mac performance, but you may be able to take photos as long as you do not use flash or professional equipment.
TD Garden Parking Information
Parking for this Fleetwood Mac TD Garden show should be available in the North Station Garage, which offers plenty of spaces below the arena. You may be able to reserve a spot ahead of time; otherwise, the garage typically allows attendees to pay a flat fee beginning two and a half hours before the show. More parking structures will be open in the vicinity, and the MBTA offers additional public transit options that service TD Garden.
TD Garden Gate Times
As the Fleetwood Mac Boston show is expected to start at 8 p.m. EST, the doors to TD Garden should be opening no later than 7 p.m. Both of these times may change on the night of the concert.