Stevie Nicks has announced two rescheduled dates for her postponed Manchester and Glasgow concerts.

Just hours before the former Fleetwood Mac singer was due to perform at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, it was announced that both the Glasgow and Manchester dates were being pushed back because of an injury.

Nicks did confirm that tomorrow’s (July 12) headline BST Hyde Park show in London is still scheduled to go ahead, but said she would have to move the two preceding gigs as she requires a “minor surgical procedure”.

In a statement issued to social media, her team advised all ticket holders for Glasgow and Manchester to “hold on to their tickets” as rescheduled dates would be announced soon.

Now, it’s been confirmed that Nicks’ Manchester Co-op Live concert will take place on Tuesday, July 16, and the Glasgow OVO Hydro gig on Wednesday, July 24.

The full line-up for tomorrow’s headline gig was revealed in June, with support coming from Baby QueenNina Nesbitt, Siobhan Winifred, CATTY, Talia Rae, Stevie Bill and Nina Versyp, as well as Brandi Carlile, Anna Calvi and Paris Paloma.

Nicks last performed at BST Hyde Park back in 2017 when she opened for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. You can find any remaining tickets for 2024 here.

Tomorrow’s show falls on the late Christine McVie’s birthday. Nicks previously described her late bandmate as a “force of nature” in conversation with NME.

“In the first two months I was in the band, Chris and I made a pact that we would never be in a room full of famous English or American guitar players and be treated like second class citizens,” she recalled. “If we weren’t respected, we would say, ‘this party’s over.’ We have stayed true to that our entire career.”

Nicks has made it well known that “without Christine there is no chance of putting Fleetwood Mac back together”.

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