Stevie Nicks
(TD Garden)

RECAP: Boston, MA – TD Garden

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

On Tuesday night, Stevie Nicks performed at TD Garden in Boston — the 12th show of the 24 Karat Gold Tour. Despite the poor weather conditions outside (heavy wind and rain), the show went on as planned.

Slideshow photos by John Wilcox / Boston Herald
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Stevie Nicks
(Alli Parker)
Stevie Nicks
(TD Garden)
Stevie Nicks
(TD Garden)
Stevie Nicks
(TD Garden)

 

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(Zachary Thai)
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(Carrie C)
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(kkpz)
Stevie Nicks
(TD Garden)
Stevie Nicks
(TD Garden)
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(Equus21)
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(Bobby Main)
Stevie Nicks
(Chelsea)

Videos

Much thanks and love to Damani Barboza, Carrie C, kcarton, Matthew Creen, Michal Korpalski, Lisa Samataro, Jason Trevino, and Wide awake for sharing these wonderful videos!

Gold and Braid (Damani Barboza)

Stevie Nicks live TD Garden! 11.15.16

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If Anyone Falls (kcarton)

Stevie Nicks – If Anyone Falls

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Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around feat. Chrissie Hyde (kcarton)

Stevie Nicks – Stop Draggin' My Heart Around feat Chrissie Hynde

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Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around feat. Chrissie Hyde (Jason Trevino)

That time Chrissie Hynde came out to sing Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around with Stevie Nicks. Rock goddesses.

A video posted by Jason Trevino (@jasetrevino) on

Outside the Rain / Dreams (kcarton)

Stevie Nicks – Outside The Rain

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Enchanted (kcarton)

Enchanted – Stevie Nicks

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Stand Back (Matthew Creen)

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Gold Dust Woman (Lisa Samataro)

Stevie Nicks Gold Dust Woman

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Gold Dust Woman (Michal Korpalski)

Stevie Nicks Gold dust woman, TD Garden in Boston, on November 15th, 2016 – The 24 Karat Gold Tour

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Edge of Seventeen (Wide awake)

Stevie Nicks Prince Tribute Boston 11/15/16

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Leather and Lace – partial (Jamee Culbertson)

Closing speech (Carrie C)

Stevie Nicks, Live in Boston 15 Nov 2016 – Closing Speech

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“This tour has made me really believe that, you know, we all really should do what we want to do. Sometimes people tell you what you should do and, where they want you to go — whether it’s your parents or your friends or your boyfriend, the girlfriends, whatever, and people have a whole lot to say about what it is that you do. And I just want to remind you that the person that knows what you should do for you the best IS YOU. And that is what I have learned in my very long life that — in my very long life — is that time passes, things pass, problems pass away, and what you are left with is you and your dreams. So take care of your dreams and make them work for you and be happy amongst your dreams and the things that you love because that’s really…when you get to be my age… I mean, I don’t feel old, even though I totally am. I don’t feel that way. I feel like I’m still wrapped in my dreams, and you should too.”

“So I love you all! You are a magnificent, magnificent city, and yes, I think I’m absolutely gonna get one of those beautiful apartments on Beacon Street. So I’ll see you there, walkin’ up and down the street. Thank you, Boston! You’ve been awesome!”

Set List

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

Reviews

https://twitter.com/tessaisdead/status/798743742375165952

When you’re a writer, you have to be very careful. We all know, especially after the last couples of years, what words do. You can’t just say shit, sorry. I know, I’m so grounded! I’m grounding myself.

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