1983 The Wild Heart Tour

Stevie Nicks, The Wild Heart Tour, 1983Stevie Nicks supported the release of her second album The Wild Heart with a North American tour. The sixth-month tour began in Knoxville, TN on June 21, 1983 and ended in Columbia, SC, on November 24, 1983. 

Three weeks before the tour, Stevie performed on “Rock Day” at the US Festival in San Bernardino, CA. Approximately 670,000 people attended the four-day music festival.

Joe Walsh was the support act for The Wild Heart Tour.

On December 10, Stevie appeared on Season 9 of Saturday Night Live, performing “Stand Back” and a rare live performance of “Nightbird.”

DateVenueCity
May 27, 1983Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, NV
May 30, 1983Glen Helen Park (US Festival)San Bernardino, CA
June 21, 1983Civic ColiseumKnoxville, TN
June 23, 1983The ScopeNorfolk, VA
June 24, 1983Brendan Byrne ArenaEast Rutherford, NJ
June 27, 1983The SpectrumPhiladelphia, PA
June 28, 1983Civic ArenaPittsburgh, PA
July 2, 1983Memorial Auditorium (no longer exists)Buffalo, NY
July 3, 1983Hartford Civic CenterHartford, CT
July 6, 1983Worcester CentrumWorcester, MA
July 7, 1983Capital Center (no longer exists)Landover, MD
July 10, 1983Greensboro ColiseumGreensboro, NC
July 11, 1983The OmniAtlanta, GA
July 14, 1983Kemper ArenaKansas City, MO
July 15, 1983Met CenterMinneapolis, MN
July 17, 1983Rosemont HorizonChicago, IL
July 18, 1983Rosemont HorizonChicago, IL
July 19, 1983Canadian National ExhibitionToronto, ON
July 21, 1983Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
July 22, 1983Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
July 23, 1983Joe Louis ArenaDetroit, MI
July 26, 1983CheckerdomeSt. Louis, MO
July 27, 1983Market Square ArenaIndianapolis, IN
July 30, 1983Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
July 31, 1983Riverfront ColiseumCincinnati, OH
August 27, 1983Gulfport ColiseumBiloxi, MS
August 28, 1983LSU Assembly CenterBaton Rouge, LA
August 31, 1983Frank Erwin CenterAustin, TX
September 1, 1983The SummitHouston, TX
September 4, 1983Mid South ColiseumMemphis, TN
September 5, 1983Reunion ArenaDallas, TX
September 8, 1983Cumberland County Civic CenterPortland, ME
September 9, 1983Lake CompounceBristol, CT
September 12, 1983Radio City Music HallNew York, NY
September 13, 1983Radio City Music HallNew York, NY
September 16, 1983Kansas ColiseumWichita, KS
September 17, 1983The Myriad Convention CenterOklahoma City, OK
September 20, 1983Casper Events CenterCasper, WY
September 21, 1983McNichols Sports ArenaDenver, CO
September 24, 1983Irvine Meadows AmphitheatreIrvine, CA
September 25, 1983Compton TerracePhoenix, AZ
September 28, 1983Seattle Center ColiseumSeattle, WA
September 29, 1983Memorial ColiseumPortland, OR
October 2, 1983Great Western ForumInglewood, CA
October 4, 1983Oakland ColiseumOakland, CA
October 25, 1983Civic CenterCharleston, WV
October 26, 1983Civic CenterRoanoke, VA
October 29, 1983University of AlabamaTuscaloosa, AL
October 30, 1983Jackson ColiseumJackson, MS
November 2, 1983Memorial ColiseumJacksonville, FL
November 4, 1983Civic CenterLakeland, FL
November 5, 1983Hollywood SportatoriumMiami, FL
November 8, 1983University of MissouriColumbia, MO
November 9, 1983Mississippi StateStarkville, MS
November 12, 1983Assembly CenterTulsa, OK
November 13, 1983Barton ColiseumLittle Rock, AK
November 16, 1983Dane County ColiseumMadison, WI
November 19, 1983Carver-Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, IA
November 20, 1983Hilton ColiseumAmes, IA
November 23, 1983Charlotte ColiseumCharlotte, NC
November 24, 1983Carolina ColiseumColumbia, SC

Set List

  1. Gold Dust Woman
  2. Outside the Rain
  3. Dreams
  4. Gold and Braid*
  5. I Need to Know
  6. Angel*
  7. Sara
  8. If Anyone Falls
  9. Enchanted*
  10. Leather and Lace
  11. Stand Back
  12. Beauty and the Beast
  13. Gypsy
  14. How Still My Love
  15. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  16. Edge of Seventeen
  17. Rhiannon

*Performed at some shows

Band

  • Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
  • Liberty Devitto: Drums
  • Bobbye Hall: Percussion
  • Benmont Tench: Keyboards
  • Waddy Wachtel: Guitars
  • Wizard: Guitar
  • Sharon Celani: Backup vocals
  • Lori Perry: Backup vocals
  • Carolyn Brooks: Backup vocals
  • Marilyn Martin: Backup vocals

Supporting Act

Joe Walsh

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