Fleetwood Mac has found new fans thanks to a dude skating to work, drinking cranberry juice and singing along to “Dreams” on TikTok. Now, their best of will be given the Candlelight treatment at The Meeting Hall in the Adelaide Town Hall.
It’s a night not to be missed for fans both new and old where pianist Janice Tan and cellist Joseph Freer will combine their talents to enchant audiences basking in the flickering light of hundreds of candles.
Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours is often listed as one of the greatest albums of all time and the hit single “Dreams” was just that, a hit single that propelled the band’s fame even further.
Forty-odd years after its release, though, you can experience a brilliant performance surrounded by glowing candles where melodies will soar through the air and fill the room. Songs from the “culturally, historically, or artistically significant” dubbed album Rumours include the US number-one hit “Dreams” as well as “The Chain”, “Go Your Own Way”, “You Make Loving Fun”, “Don’t Stop” and “Never Going Back Again”.
Other songs by Fleetwood Mac to feature in the 60-65 minute illuminated performance include the ultra-singable “Everywhere”, the Stevie Nicks’ signature tune “Rhiannon”, the emotional “Landslide” and the love song “Say You Love Me” as well as a few others that will certainly wind back the clock and have you lip-syncing just like Nathan Apodaca—Fleetwood Mac’s viral-hit sensation.
Candlelight: Best of Fleetwood Mac takes place on Friday 21 October in the Adelaide Town Hall’s The Meeting Hall, one of the city’s hidden gems complete with 1860s charm—polished timber floors, high vaulted ceilings and chandeliers that’s sparkle in the candlelight.
There are two performances on the evening, so Candlelight guests make their dreams come true early in the evening or later in the night. Tickets from $29.