Stevie Nicks
(David Trujillo)

RECAP: Las Vegas, NV – Park Theater @ Monte Carlo

On Saturday night, Stevie performed at the Park Theater @ Monte Carlo in Las Vegas — the penultimate show of the 24 Karat Gold Tour. Stevie had the honor of being the first major act to perform in the brand new, state-of-the-art Las Vegas entertainment venue. The Las Vegas business community took to Twitter to welcome The Park Theater to the neighborhood, wishing it well on opening night with Stevie as the headliner.

Being in Las Vegas, the show was pushed back an hour with The Pretenders opening at 8:30 pm and playing for an hour. After a short break to reconfigure the stage, Stevie came out at 9:45.

Stevie heads home to Southern California and will perform at The Forum in Inglewood on Sunday night to wrap up the first leg of the successful 24 Karat Gold Tour.

Stevie Nicks
(David Trujillo)
Stevie Nicks
(Phil Miller)
Stevie Nicks
(Brady Eagle)
Stevie Nicks
(Park Theater Las Vegas)
Stevie Nicks
(Bill Cimo)
Stevie Nicks
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Nicks’ latest outing was an ideal thematic fit for the Park Theater’s debut: The tour is named after her latest album, “24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault,” a collection of previously unreleased songs from throughout Nicks’ career, some of which spanned back four decades. For most of these tunes, Nicks explained their origins, creating a storyteller vibe that lent a casual intimacy to the evening—Jason Bracelin / Las Vegas Review-Journal (Read the full review here.)

“Nicks explained that she designed her latest solo tour to excavate deeper cuts from her catalog, and she did just that Saturday night, at one point reeling off six-consecutive non-charting songs between Fleetwood Mac classic “Gypsy” and synthy solo favorite “Stand Back.” —Spencer Patterson / Las Vegas Weekly (Read the full review here.)

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