Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, BOK Arena, Tulsa OK, March 6, 2017
(Robert Raab)

RECAP: Tulsa, OK – BOK Center

On Monday night, Stevie Nicks performed at the BOK Center Arena in Tulsa, OK — the 33rd show of the 24 Karat Gold Tour.

Stevie introduced the show by telling the crowd that she had been awoken by the Tulsa area’s extreme weather that morning.

Welcome, Tulsa, Oklahoma! Well, I can tell you that this morning at 8:00 I got woken up by the extreme wind. And by 11:00 I was sure I was Dorothy. And the night before, of course, I watched two hours of The Weather Channel on twisters, right? On whatever, tornadoes. So I was sure that I wouldn’t even make it to the show today. So anyway, just wanted to let you know that I did make it and there was an actual magical fairy…

So this show is not like the other Stevie Nicks shows that you have seen over the last two thousand years. It’s slightly…it’s different. I went back through my catalog of songs that didn’t make albums because they just weren’t done well enough, but they were still my favorite songs, or all kinds of other stories, which I will tell you about as we go through this journey, and that’s what it is. It’s a journey, it’s a trip, it’s a lot of fun, so let’s go!

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Thanks and much love to BOK Center, Robert Raab, and Cory Young/Tulsa World (slideshow photos) for sharing these photos.

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Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, BOK Arena, Tulsa OK, March 6, 2017
(Robert Raab)
Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, BOK Arena, Tulsa OK, March 6, 2017
(BOK Center)
Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, BOK Arena, Tulsa OK, March 6, 2017
(BOK Center)
Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, BOK Arena, Tulsa OK, March 6, 2017
(BOK Center)

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Videos

Thanks and much love to angelicdemise, angelnemesis, Charles T. Crook, Hunter Davis, Shanesta Garcia, Elizabeth Jane Gartrell, Dante Hill, King Crybaby, sgtmcgrail, Brian Talley, Jane Terry, Twisted Sense, and Dalton Williams for sharing these videos.

Gold and Braid / If Anyone Falls / Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around / Belle Fleur / Gypsy / Wild Heart / Bella Donna / Enchanted / New Orleans / Starshine (Twisted Sense)

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Welcome/Introduction (Charles T. Crook)

If Anyone Falls (sgtmcgrail)

Stevie Nicks – If Anyone Falls – Live @ BOK Center 3/6/2017

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If Anyone Falls (Dante Hill)

Gypsy (angelicdemise)

Stevie Nicks 'Gypsy' Tulsa

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Gypsy (Hunter Davis)

Bella Donna – partial (Dalton Williams)

New Orleans (Hunter Davis)

Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream) (Shanesta Garcia)

Stevie Nicks Tulsa 2017-4

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Stand Back (Jane Terry)

Stevie Nicks "Stand Back" 3/6/2017-Bok Center- Tulsa, Ok

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Gold Dust Woman – partial (angelnemesis)

Stevie Nicks- Gold Dust Woman

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Edge of Seventeen – partial (angelicdemise)

Stevie Nicks- Edge of Seventeen

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Rhiannon (King Crybaby)

Stevie Nicks- Rhiannon (Live at Tulsa BOK Center) (Encore)

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Landslide (Elizabeth Jane Gartrell)

Landslide (Brian Talley)

Landslide – Stevie Nicks

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Reviews

  • Stevie Nicks revisits storied career at BOK Center (Jimmie Tramel, Tulsa World) —”I don’t know how the majority of attendees felt about Nicks shifting back and forth between sing gear and talk gear, but why in the heck wouldn’t you want a concert to be a one-of-a-kind experience with artist commentary? If all you want is song after song with no elaboration, maybe a greatest-hits album should be your next adventure.”
  • What is there left to say about Stevie Nicks that hasn’t already been said? (Keaton Bell, Red Dirt Report) — “Nicks has never shied away from her love of over-the-top theatricality and melodrama. One of the biggest factors of her everlasting appeal is her ability to channel her deeply-felt emotions in such a universal way through everything she writes.”

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