Stevie Nicks
(Alexa Marie / Jasmine Leslie)

RECAP: Bethlehem, PA – Sands Event Center

Scroll down for photos, videos, reviews, fan reaction, and the revised set list!

On Saturday night, Stevie Nicks performed at the Sands Event Center in Bethlehem, PA — the lucky 13th show of the 24 Karat Gold Tour.

Stevie has been telling audiences how important it is to do one wants, especially at her age. She stayed true to that advice by dropping “Dreams,” Fleetwood Mac’s only number single in the U.S, from Saturday night’s set list. The perennial favorite has been included in every major solo or Fleetwood Mac tour set list since its release in 1977. Stevie also dropped the related Bella Donna track “Outside the Rain,” another song often included in her set lists. But to the delight of the crowd, she replaced the two songs with Fleetwood Mac’s classic 1982 hit single “Gypsy.” She used the same black-and-white, projection-screen visuals featured in Fleetwood Mac’s 2014-2015’s On with the Show Tour.

During “Stand Back,” Stevie posed with the 1973 Buckingham Nicks record, which a fan had brought for Stevie to sign. (It had already been signed by guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.) A similar moment occurred during Fleetwood Mac’s On with the Show Tour, where a fan presented the album for both Lindsey and Stevie to sign.

Stevie Nicks

During “Edge of Seventeen,” two fans in the front row (Vikki Carlucci and Roseanne Mughetto) gave Stevie a rose-decorated crown, which Stevie graciously accepted and wore on stage (see more photos below).

Stevie Nicks
(Alexa Marie / Jasmine Leslie)

The following slideshow photos by Chris Shipley / The Morning Call

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The following slideshow photos by Matt Smith / Lehigh Valley Live

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Stevie Nicks
(Alexa Marie / Jasmine Leslie)
Stevie Nicks
(Alexa Marie / Jasmine Leslie)
Stevie Nicks
(Alexa Marie / Jasmine Leslie)
Stevie Nicks
(Alyssa)
Stevie Nicks
(Robbie Lopez)
Stevie Nicks
(Alyssa)

The following photos are courtesy of Vikki Carlucci:

 Reviews

Revised Set List (as of 11/19)

  1. Gold and Braid
  2. If Anyone Falls
  3. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  4. Belle Fleur
  5. Gypsy
  6. Wild Heart / Bella Donna
  7. Enchanted
  8. New Orleans
  9. Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)
  10. Starshine
  11. Stand Back
  12. Crying in the Night
  13. If You Were My Love
  14. Gold Dust Woman
  15. Edge of Seventeen
    ENCORES
  16. Rhiannon
  17. Leather and Lace

Videos

Much love and thanks to Michelle Cohn, Mickie Esemplare, and Gypsy Soul Sunflower for filming and sharing these wonderful video clips!

Intro/If Anyone Falls (Michelle Cohn)

If Anyone Falls – short clip (Mickie Esemplare)

Stevie Nicks Live – If Anyone Falls – Sands Bethlehem Event Center 11-19-2016

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Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (Gypsy Soul Sunflower)

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Gypsy (Gypsy Soul Sunflower)

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Bella Donna (Mickie Esemplare)

Stevie Nicks Live at Sands Bethlehem Event Center 11-19-2016 singing Bella Donna

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Enchanted (Gypsy Soul Sunflower)

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Starshine (Michelle Cohn)


Stand Back (Michelle Cohn)

Gold Dust Woman (Michelle Cohn)

Edge of Seventeen (Gypsy Soul Sunflower)

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Rhiannon – partial (Mickie Esemplare) 

Stevie Nicks – Sands – Rhiannon (Dreams Unwind) 11 19 16

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Leather and Lace (Gypsy Soul Sunflower)

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