24 Karat Gold Tour

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Stevie Nicks supported the release of her eighth solo album 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault with a North American tour. Planned to be a 27-city tour of the U.S. and Canada, the tour began in Phoenix, Arizona, on October 25, 2016 and ended in Los Angeles, California, on December 18, 2016. But due to strong ticket sales in major markets — including sellouts at Madison Square Garden in New York on December 1 and The Forum in Los Angeles on December 18 — Stevie added 20 additional dates in the new year, focused on the secondary concert market. Leg 2 of the tour kicked off in Reno, Nevada, on February 23, 2017 and ended on April 6, 2017 in Long Island, New York.

At the end of Leg 1 (at the Inglewood show), Stevie told the audience that she might be extending the tour to Australia, but didn’t know for sure. She kept those hopes alive at the end of Leg 2 (at the Uniondale show), telling the crowd that Australia tour may kick off in the fall.

On August 9, 2017, Stevie officially announced through her website that she would be touring Australia and New Zealand in November. The third and final leg of the tour began in Perth, West Australia, on November 2, 2017. The shows will continue throughout the month, wrapping up in Dunedin, New Zealand, on November 24, 2017. Stevie plans to take a well-deserved extended holiday after the tour.

The 24 Karat Gold Tour has been Stevie’s most successful solo tour, to date.

Deep Cuts

For this tour, Stevie refreshed her concert set list, performing an eclectic mix of songs from her vast career catalog. Half of the set list was comprised of material from what Stevie dubbed, “the gothic trunk of lost songs.” These deeper cuts were “Gold and Braid,” “Belle Fleur,” “Wild Heart,” “Bella Donna,” “New Orleans,” “Starshine,” “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream),” “If You Were My Love,” and the Buckingham-Nicks-era track “Crying in the Night.” The remaining songs in the set consisted of classics from her solo and Fleetwood Mac catalog, most of which were performed toward the end of the shows (“Stand Back,” “Gold Dust Woman,” “Edge of Seventeen, “Rhiannon,” and “Landslide.”)

As the tour progressed, Stevie told long stories behind these songs, to the joy — or frustration — of fans, depending on their desired concert experience. She was determined not to perform “the same show you’ve probably seen a million times.”

The Pretenders

Accompanying Stevie on the tour was fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee The Pretenders, led by the venerable Chrissie Hynde, who opened the shows. The Pretenders performed songs from an-equally-impressive career catalog — such as “Back on the Chain Gang,” “Don’t Get Me Wrong,” and “I’ll Stand By You.” Chrissie joined Stevie onstage later in the show for the hit duet “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” from Stevie’s first solo album Bella Donna (1981). To see the set list that The Pretenders performed at each of these shows, click here.

The tour was going smoothly for The Pretenders until they reached Florida, where at some point Chrissie acquired a respiratory infection, which prevented her from singing. The Pretenders ended up canceling three performances (Jacksonville, FL; Charlotteville, VA; and Baltimore, MD). Chrissie later apologized for the cancellations, providing an explanation on her Facebook page.


On March 29 and March 31, camera crews filmed footage of the Indianapolis, Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania shows, respectively, for PBS Soundstage. (Presumably, the shows will be edited for a future release.)

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Leg 1: US/Canada (Fall 2016)

With The Pretenders

1October 25, 2016Talking Stick Resort ArenaPhoenix, AZRecap
2October 27, 2016Pepsi ArenaDenver, CORecap
3October 29, 2016Toyota CenterHouston, TXRecap
4October 30, 2016American Airlines CenterDallas, TXRecap
5November 2, 2016Amalie ArenaTampa, FLRecap
6November 4, 2016BB&T CenterSunrise (Ft. Lauderdale), FLRecap
7November 6, 2016Philips ArenaAtlanta, GARecap
8November 7, 2016Bridgestone ArenaNashville, TNRecap
9November 10, 2016Time Warner Cable ArenaCharlotte, NCRecap
10November 12, 2016Colonial Life ArenaColumbia, SCRecap
11November 14, 2016Verizon CenterWashington, DCRecap
12November 15, 2016TD GardenBoston, MARecap
13November 19, 2016Sands Bethlehem Event CenterBethlehem, PARecap
14November 20, 2016Wells Fargo CenterPhiladelphia, PARecap
15November 23, 2016Van Andel ArenaGrand Rapids, MIRecap
16November 25, 2016Mohegan Sun ArenaUncasville, CTRecap
17November 27, 2016The Palace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills (Detroit), MIRecap
18November 29, 2016Air Canada CentreToronto, ON (Canada)Recap
19December 1, 2016Madison Square GardenNew York, NYRecap
20December 3, 2016United CenterChicago, ILRecap
21December 5, 2016Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, NERecap
22December 6, 2016Xcel Energy CenterSt. Paul, MNRecap
23December 9, 2016Pepsi Live @ Rogers ArenaVancouver, BC (Canada)Recap
24December 11, 2016Key ArenaSeattle, WARecap
25December 13, 2016Golden 1 CenterSacramento, CARecap
26December 14, 2016SAP CenterSan Jose, CARecap
27December 17, 2018Park Theater @ Monte CarlosLas Vegas, CARecap
28December 18, 2016The ForumInglewood, CA (Los Angeles)Recap

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Leg 2: US (Winter/Spring 2017)

With The Pretenders

29February 23, 2017Reno Events CenterReno, NVRecap
30February 25, 2017Vivint Smart Home ArenaSalt Lake City, UTRecap
31February 28, 2017Moda CenterPortland, ORRecap
32March 2, 2017Viejas ArenaSan Diego, CARecap
33March 6, 2017BOK CenterTulsa, OKRecap
34March 8, 2017FedEx ForumMemphis, TNRecap
35March 10, 2017CenturyLink CenterBossier City, LARecap
36March 12, 2017Frank Erwin CenterAustin, TXRecap
37March 15, 2017Smoothie King CenterNew Orleans, LARecap
38March 17, 2017Nationwide ArenaColumbus, OHRecap
39March 19, 2017PNC ArenaRaleigh, NCRecap
40March 21, 2017Amway CenterOrlando, FLRecap
41*March 23, 2017Jacksonville ArenaJacksonville, FLRecap
42*March 25, 2017John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, VARecap
43*March 26, 2017Royal Farms ArenaBaltimore, MDRecap
44^March 29, 2017Bankers Life FieldhouseIndianapolis, INRecap
45^March 31, 2017PPG Paints ArenaPittsburgh, PARecap
46April 2, 2017Prudential CenterNewark, NJRecap
47April 5, 2017SNHU ArenaManchester, NHRecap
48April 6, 2017Nassau ColiseumLong Island, NYRecap

*  The Pretenders did not perform at this show due to illness.
Filmed for PBS Soundstage

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Leg 3: Miscellaneous Shows

49July 9, 2017Tom PettyHyde ParkLondon, EnglandRecap
FMJuly 16, 2017The Classic West**Dodger StadiumLos Angeles, CARecap
GuestJuly 22, 2017Don Henley^^American Airlines CenterDallas, TXRecap
FMJuly 30, 2017The Classic East**Citi FieldCorona, NYRecap
50August 23, 201724 Karat Gold TourResch CenterGreen Bay, WIRecap
51August 25, 201724 Karat Gold TourMinnesota State FairSt. Paul, MNRecap
52September 9, 201724 Karat Gold TourRavinia FestivalChicago, ILRecap
53September 10, 201724 Karat Gold TourRavinia FestivalChicago, ILRecap
54September 13, 201724 Karat Gold TourThe Family ArenaSt. Charles, MoRecap
55September 15, 201724 Karat Gold TourThe Covelli CentreYoungstown, OHRecap
56September 24, 201724 Karat Gold TourBourbon & Beyond FestivalLouisville, KYRecap

~ Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 40th Anniversary Tour
* Fleetwood Mac, Journey, and Earth Wind & Fire
^^ Don Henley’s 70th’s Birthday Celebration Concert

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Leg 4: Australia/New Zealand

With The Pretenders

57November 2, 2017Perth ArenaPerth, WALive NationRecap
58November 4, 2017Botanic ParkAdelaide, SARecap
59November 7, 2017ICC Sydney TheatreSydney, NSWLive NationRecap
60Wednesday, November 8ICC Sydney TheatreSydney, NSWLive NationRecap
61`Saturday, November 11BimbadgenHunter Valley, NSW Roundhouse/AAMI/
62`Sunday, November 12Sirromet WinesMt. Cotton, QLD Roundhouse/AAMI/
63Thursday, November 16Rod Laver ArenaMelbourne, VICLive NationRecap
64`Saturday, November 18 Rochford WinesYarra Valley, VIC Roundhouse/AAMI/
65Monday, November 20Spark ArenaAuckland, NZRecap
66Tuesday, November 21Spark ArenaAuckland, NZRecap
67Friday, November 24Forsyth Barr StadiumDunedin, NZRecap

` A Day on the Green concert event

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Touring Band

Opening Night Set List (10/25/16)

Singer Stevie Nicks, the multi-platinum, Grammy® Award Winning-music icon today announced The 24 Karat Gold Tour. Produced exclusively by Live Nation, the 27-city tour with Pretenders, will begin on October 25 at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona and will see the legendary Nicks perform throughout North America this Fall with shows scheduled in New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta and more.

American Express Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Wednesday, September 7 at 10:00 a.m. through Sunday, September 11 at 10:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale beginning Monday, September 12 at www.livenation.com.

Nicks, a multi-platinum selling artist – dubbed “the reigning queen of rock and roll” by Rolling Stone Magazine has had six Top Ten albums and 8 Grammy nominations. Her 2014 album 24 Karat Gold – Songs From The Vault debuted at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 200 Charts. As a member of Fleetwood Mac, Nicks recently performed 122 sold out shows around the world during 2014-2015. Collectively as a solo artist and Fleetwood Mac band member, Nicks has sold over 140 million albums and won several Grammys.

The Pretenders cross the bridge between punk, new wave and Top 40 pop music more than any other band, with hit songs like “I’ll Stand By You,” “Back On The Chain Gang” and “Don’t Get Me Wrong.” The band has sold over 25 million albums and founder & leader Chrissie Hynde is one of contemporary music’s greatest songwriters. Chrissie most recently released the album Stockholm and a 2015 memoir, Reckless: My Life As a Pretender, hailed by the New York Times upon its release as “honest and distinctive…first and foremost, a love letter to rock and roll.”

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