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Fleetwood Mac Ticket Sales: Public On-Sales Are Scheduled For December 14-17 And QueenBeeTickets.com Has Plans To Offer Discount Fleetwood Mac Tickets.

Fleetwood Mac ticket sales have been impressive for decades, and tickets for the group's recently announced 2013 North American tour will be released to the public on December 14 and 17. Fans can find a great variety of discount Fleetwood Mac tickets for

GERMANTOWN, Wis., Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fleetwood Mac Ticket Sales for the group's 2013 tour will be officially begin on Friday, December 14 and Monday, December 17. Between these two dates, tickets for all 34 North American performances for 2013 year will be released for public purchase.

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It has been a long three years since fans had the opportunity to watch one of the music's legendary groups on tour. On December 3, Fleetwood Mac announced that the wait is nearly over. Fleetwood Mac tour tickets will be sold for performances in 34 cities in North America.

Next year's tour will kick off on April 4, 2013, with a show at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Throughout April, May and June, Fleetwood Mac will perform in cities such as New York City, Boston, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Tampa and many others. Currently, the tour is slated to end on June 12 after a performance at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit Michigan, home of the Detroit Red Wings. 

The 2013 tour is sure to include many of Fleetwood Mac's biggest hits, and Stevie Nicks has also announced that new songs will debut during the tour. Since the band has not toured since 2009, fans are especially excited to snatch up Fleetwood Mac tour tickets for next year's tour.

Fleetwood Mac has been providing their unique rock and roll sound to the world since 1967. The band lineup has changed numerous times during that period, and drummer Mick Fleetwood is the only remaining founding member of the band. The group took a brief hiatus from 1995-97, but their popularity has increased even more in recent years.

QueenBeeTickets.com is excited to offer fans discount Fleetwood Mac tickets. Because of the band's incredible popularity, Fleetwood Mac tour tickets are expected to sell quickly. Fans who do not want to miss the exciting 2013 tour can visit QueenBeeTickets.com to browse an impressive selection of tickets when Fleetwood Mac ticket sales begin on December 14, 2012. 

Popular online ticket marketplace QueenBeeTickets.com connect fans with the event tickets that they want the most. The site is proud to offer discounted tickets for today's most popular sports games, theater performances, and concert tours. QueenBeeTickets.com is constantly checking their competitor's prices to be sure that they are offering some of the lowest ticket prices on the Internet. Other hot sellers for today include Eric Clapton Crossroads Festival Tickets, Justin Bieber Tickets, and Bon Jovi Tickets.

Media Contact: Andrea Pedersen Queen Bee Tickets, LLC, +1-262-422-9800, [email protected]

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