Concert pic of the week: Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center

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Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center - CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
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  • Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center

We had the heart-in-stomach experience of losing most of our Fleetwood Mac photos to a technology failure this week, but it did nothing to diminish the memory of the incredible show, which - confusing and hilarious awful visual graphics aside - was as earth-shaking as we'd heard from the reports of the Tampa show earlier this year. Scroll down to see more photos from the show (March 23, Amway Center) that we were able to salvage.



This week's runner-up is a photo of King Khan & BBQ Show superfans who dressed up as their heroes and emulated the duo's fuck-all spirit:


Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center - CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
  • Christopher Garcia
  • Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center
Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center - CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
  • Christopher Garcia
  • Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center
Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center - CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
  • Christopher Garcia
  • Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center
Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center - CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
  • Christopher Garcia
  • Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center
Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center - CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
  • Christopher Garcia
  • Fleetwood Mac at Amway Center

More new concert photos this week:
Cult witness: Photos from Mantar, Mutilation Rites, Mindscar and Ad Nauseum at Hourglass Brewery
Bang bang: Photos from Ariana Grande and Rixton at Amway Center


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