Fleetwood Mac are set to dazzle fans both young and old in an upcoming global tour which was recently confirmed by Christine McVie.
The band's co-lead vocalist was on BBC's The One Show when she revealed the band's big plans, Harpers Bazaar reported.
"We're going to start rehearsing in March, next year," she told presenter Alex Jones.
"The tour is around June. It will be global."
McVie left the band for 16 years before rejoining Mick Fleetwood, Linsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and ex-husband John McVie for their 'On With The Show' world tour in 2015.
Nicks, who recently took time off from the on-again-off-again band, suggested the possibility of an upcoming tour in an interview with Rolling Stone earlier this year.
However, doubts were cast after she was left out of McVie and Buckingham's duet album which also featured appearances from the band's drummer, Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie.
"Christine was gone for 16 years and came back, did a massive tour, and then it's like 'Now I'm just gonna go back to London and sit in my castle for two years'?" Nicks told Rolling Stone earlier this year.
"She wanted to keep working. I will be back with them at the end of the year for, I think, another tour. I just needed my two years off. Until then, I wish them the best in whatever they do."
In the meantime, Queen have also announced that they will be touring Australia once again in 2018, with singer-songwriter Adam Lambert joining remaining members Brian May and Roger Taylor on stage.
Could 2018 come any sooner?
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