RELEASE: The Omaha Symphony Celebrates Music of Fleetwood Mac

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The Omaha Symphony Celebrates Music of Fleetwood Mac
Ernest Richardson and the Omaha Symphony join Landslide for Fleetwood Mac’s greatest hits

Audiences are invited to hear symphonic arrangements of “Dreams,” “Go Your Own Way,” and more

OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 5, 2022 — Ernest Richardson and the musicians of the Omaha Symphony are joined by the dynamic outfit Landslide in a tribute to the iconic British-American rock band that defined 70’s-era Bohemian pop-rock, Fleetwood Mac. With inventive symphonic arrangements of the band’s iconic hits like “Go Your Own Way,” “Dreams” and “Gypsy,” audiences will be transported to the year 1977 as the band joins the Omaha Symphony to bring the music of Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham to life at the Holland Center’s Peter Kiewit Concert Hall.

Landslide—A Tribute to the Music of Fleetwood Mac is presented at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19 at the Holland Performing Arts Center. Tickets are on sale now at

Program Info:

7:30 p.m. Saturday, February 19

Holland Center Peter Kiewit Concert Hall

Ernest Richardson, conductor

Landslide, band

Setlist will be announced from the stage.

About Landslide

Landslide—A Tribute to the Music of Fleetwood Mac celebrates the music of one the greatest bands of all time. The show brings their amazing music to life like never before: with a full symphony orchestra. Band members include some of the top musicians in rock and roll. Most hail from Los Angeles, California, and have performed around the world. As a group, Landslide has performed with orchestras all across North America.

Zachary Throne, guitar

Jen Oberle, vocals

Allison Handal, vocals

Daniel Shane Soloski, bass

Sven Martin, keys

James Keegan, drums

Ticketing Information

Tickets for Landslide – A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac start at $20. Tickets can be purchased by visiting, through the Ticket Omaha app, or by calling Ticket Omaha at 402.345.0606. Performance dates are subject to change. In the event of performance changes or cancellations, the Omaha Symphony will email ticket holders to inform them of new dates and ticketing options. Patrons with questions may email The Omaha Symphony also regularly posts performance updates at, along with the Omaha Symphony’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages. Patrons can sign up for the latest updates at

Public Health Information

The safety of our patrons, musicians, staff, and community is the Omaha Symphony’s priority. The Omaha Symphony continues to work closely with the Douglas County Department of Health and our partners at Omaha Performing Arts and UNMC to ensure the safety of all involved in the Omaha Symphony’s return to live performances. All patrons will be required to complete a health screening questionnaire prior to accessing their mobile tickets via the Ticket Omaha app. Masks are required at indoor Omaha Symphony performances. The following changes have been implemented within the venue:

  • Enhanced Cleaning & Sanitation - Electrostatic technology disinfecting large common areas, enhanced sanitizing of high touch surfaces with hospital grade disinfectant and hand sanitizing stations throughout the venue.
  • Heating and Cooling System – Upgrades to air handling units includes bipolar ionization filtering out viruses through ventilation.
  • Staff and Patron Precautions – Staff, volunteers and patrons are required to wear face coverings regardless of vaccination status.
  • Touchless Experience – Tickets are accessible via the Ticket Omaha app. Tickets can also be printed at Will Call by request. Program notes will be delivered digitally.

Find the most up to date public health information at

This performance is sponsored by First National Bank of Omaha.

The Omaha Symphony is a non-profit organization that presents more than 100 live orchestral performances from September through June. In addition to Masterworks, Symphony Pops, Symphony Rocks, Movies, Symphony Joslyn, and Family series concerts, the Omaha Symphony’s nationally recognized education and community engagement programs touch the lives of more than 40,000 people each year. For tickets or information regarding the Omaha Symphony, call 402-345-0606 or visit Programs, artists, dates, times, prices, and availability are subject to change.

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