After completing four epic shows in Auckland's Spark Arena, finally it's time to see Fleetwood Mac under the roof of Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin this Saturday the 21st.
NZ Transport Agency has reported that one-third of all ticket holders will be travelling from Christchurch and State Highway 1 is expected to be busy. See below for more info.
It will be the first time the new Fleetwood Mac line-up of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie along with newcomers Mike Campbell and our very own Neil Finn will perform in Dunedin and we are so, so excited to see them!
We've complied a handy need-to-know guide to help you prepare for Fleetwood Mac's epic show.
Getting in and out of Dunedin
Peak travel period going into Dunedin:
- Friday: 3pm - 6.00pm
- Saturday: 10am onward
- Peak travel period going out of Dunedin:
- Sunday: 10am onward
Possible delays to be expected around the Waiareka Bridge, south of Oamaru as repairs are being made. A 50km/h limit is in effect for a stretch of the highway there.
Getting to Forsyth Barr Stadium:
Forsyth Barr Stadium is located at 130 Anzac Ave.
The Stadium encourages the use of public transport for getting there, or arrive by foot as it will get very busy before and after the show.
The Stadium is an easy 20-minute stroll from The Octagon, and there will be free shuttles running from the Octagon central carriageway every 5 minutes from 6pm – 7pm. This free shuttle service will return to the Octagon from Harbour Terrace immediately after the concert.
There are regular bus services from the city centre to the Albany/Forth Street area. To check timetables go to www.orc.govt.nz.
A train will leave the Mosgiel Railway Station at 4.30pm, travel through Mosgiel and Wingatui to Dunedin. The return train leaves Dunedin again at midnight.
For departure times, and to book, call Dunedin Railway Station on 477 4449, or see dunedinrailways.co.nz.
Arriving by car:
Forsyth Barr Stadium have stressed that there is very limited parking available in the immediate area and parking restrictions around the area will be in place from 3pm.
For information on mobility parking head to the Forsyth Barr Stadium website.
Venue seating plan:
You can view the seating plan for Forsyth Barr Stadium by heading to this link.
Doors Open - 6:00pm
Show Start - 8:00pm
Show End - 10:45pm
*There is no opening act for this show so please be here in plenty of time. Timings are approximate and subject to change. Please use these as a guide only.
There will be a merchandise stand outside the Stadium near Gate A, which will be open from 5pm on Saturday.
Once inside the Stadium, you will be able to buy merchandise in the Speight's Stand and near Gate C and Gate E.
There will be bag searches on entry into the venue. Bags larger than the size of a piece of A4 paper (21cm × 29cm) are not permitted.
The only food and drink allowed in the venue is:
- Bottles of water, up to 1 litre, with seals unbroken - all lids will be removed from water bottles at the entrance Gates.
- Homemade food - such as sandwiches, cakes, fruit.
- Special foods for dietary requirements.
Food and drink can be purchased from the outlets inside the Stadium. Check the map for locations.
For full details on what can and can’t be brought into the Stadium click here.
There will be no cash out facilities.
Alcohol Ban around the stadium
Auckland show 2019 setlist:
- The Chain
- Little Lies
- Second Hand News
- Say You Love Me
- Black Magic Woman
- I Got You (Split Enz cover)
- World Turning
- Man of the World
- Oh Well
- Don't Dream It's Over (Crowded House cover)
- Hold Me
- You Make Loving You Fun
- Gold Dust Woman
- Go Your Own Way
- Free Fallin' (Tom Petty Cover)
- Don't Stop