Lindsey Buckingham has announced that due to Covid, he’s been forced to postpone his first-ever solo European tour. The Fleetwood Mac legend had to scrap the final four dates of his just-wrapped North American tour when members of his touring outfit contracted the virus — and now it’s been revealed Buckingham also fell ill.

A message regarding the tour was posted on Lindsey Buckingham’s social media platforms which read:

It is with great sadness that we are announcing the postponement of Lindsey’s European tour. Along with other members of his band and crew, Lindsey contracted COVID-19 at the end of his latest North American tour, forcing that to end prematurely.

Unfortunately, he’s still recovering and has no choice but to move the upcoming tour to a later date. This is heartbreaking for Lindsey, he was so excited to come to Europe for the first time as a solo artist this spring.

We’re currently working on rescheduling the dates and hope to have some news to share on that very soon.

POSTPONED: Lindsey Buckingham European tour dates:

May 17 – Dublin, Ireland – The Helix
May 19 – Glasgow, Scotland – SEC Armadillo
May 21 – Liverpool – Philharmonic Hall
May 22 – London, England – The Palladium
May 24 – Ghent, Belgium – Capitole
May 25 – Paris, France – La Cigale
May 26 – Utrecht, Netherlands – TivoliVredenburg Grote Zaal
May 28 – Berlin, Germany – Theater am Potsdamer Platz
May 30 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus
May 31 – Oslo, Norway – Folketeateret
June 2 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Heartland Festival 2022 at Egeskov Castle


  • In December 2018, Lindsey Buckingham revealed that his lawsuit against the members of Fleetwood Mac had been settled.
  • Buckingham’s lawsuit read in part: “This action is necessary to enforce Buckingham’s right to share in the economic opportunities he is entitled to as a member of the partnership created to operate the business of Fleetwood Mac. . . By excluding Buckingham from participating in the 2018-2019 Fleetwood Mac tour in breach of their fiduciary duties of loyalty and good faith and fair dealing, the Defendants intentionally acted to interfere with Buckingham’s relationship with Live Nation and the prospective economic benefit he was to receive as a result of his participation in the tour.”
  • According to the filing, “a deal was made with Live Nation that would earn each member of the group an estimated $12 million to $14 million for 60 concerts.”

CHECK IT OUT: “Santa Rosa” from the 2021 Lindsey Buckingham album: