The show started in style with a toe-thumping performance of 'The Chain', featuring *that* bass riff. Then followed a plethora of the band's greatest hits from Dreams to Say You Love Me, including a show-stopping version of 'Tusk'.
After this, the rest of the band members left the stage to leave Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks to do a few acoustic numbers, featuring a spine-tingling 'Big Love' and a very emotional 'Landslide', dedicated to Nicks' father.
When the band returned to the stage, Buckingham's position as rock's most underrated guitarist was confirmed after a sensational guitar solo in one of Fleetwood Mac's heavier efforts, 'I'm So Afraid'.
They even came back for a 4 song encore, kicking off with 'World Turning' including an incredible drum solo, from the bonkers but brilliant Mick Fleetwood complete with Freddie Mercury-esque sing backs with the crowd.
By the time they played 'Don't Stop', everyone in the crowd, including my Dad, were up on the feet and in the palm of the band's hand. Their penultimate song was the ethereal b-side 'Silver Springs' (how it didn't make it on to the album 'Rumours', God only know) and was arguably Nicks' strongest vocal performance of the night.
The evening finished with a message from Mick Fleetwood proclaiming that "the Mac are most definitely back". And as they move into their 70s, they've never sounded better.