Stevie Nicks

1986 Rock a Little Tour

Tour poster
Rock a Little tour poster

Stevie Nicks supported the release of her third album Rock a Little with a world tour, which included shows in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. The tour started on April 11, 1986 in Houston, Texas and ended on October 6, 1986, in Sydney, Australia.

For the tour, Stevie performed all three singles from Rock a Little —”Talk to Me,” “I Can’t Wait,” and “Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You” — and the album track “No Spoken Word.”

The August 20th Red Rocks Amphitheatre show in Morrison, CO was taped and subsequently released on video after the tour in 1987. The September 16th Cayuga County Fairgrounds show in Weedsport, NY was recorded and later rebroadcast for the Westwood One Radio Networks Superstar Concert Series.

Peter Frampton was the support act.

DateVenueCity
April 11, 1986The SummitHouston, TX
April 12, 1986Frank Erwin CenterAustin, TX
April 15, 1986Reunion ArenaDallas, TX
April 16, 1986The MyriadOklahoma City, OK
April 19, 1986Carver-Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, IA
April 20, 1986Devaney Sports CenterLincoln, NE
April 22, 1986Rupp ArenaLexington, KY
April 25, 1986Maravich Assembly CenterBaton Rouge, LA
April 26, 1986Gulfport ColiseumBiloxi, MS
April 30, 1986Stokely Athletic CenterKnoxville, TN
May 2, 1986Civic CenterHartford, CT
May 3, 1986Civic CenterProvidence, RI
May 6, 1986The SpectrumPhiladelphia, PA
May 7, 1986Civic CenterBaltimore, MD
May 11, 1986USF SundomeTampa, FL
May 30, 1986Sports CenterIndianapolis, IN
May 31, 1986Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
June 3, 1986Worcester CentrumWorcester, MA
June 4, 1986Worcester CentrumWorcester, MA
June 7, 1986Jones Beach
(Rescheduled to June 9, due to rain)
Wantagh, NY
June 8, 1986Jones BeachWantagh, NY
June 9, 1986Jones Beach (rescheduled show)Wantagh, NY
June 11, 1986Civic ArenaPittsburgh, PA
June 13, 1986Blossom Music TheatreCuyahoga Falls, OH
June 17, 1986Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
June 18, 1986Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
June 20, 1986Cayuga County Fairgrounds
(Rescheduled for Sept. 16)
Weedsport, NY
June 21, 1986Poplar Creek Music TheatreChicago, IL
June 22, 1986Pine Knob AmphitheatreClarkston, MI
June 28, 1986Compton TerracePhoenix, AZ
June 29, 1986Pacific AmphitheatreCosta Mesa, CA
July 13, 1986San Diego Sports ArenaSan Diego CA
July 14, 1986Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
July 17, 1986California ExpoSacramento, CA
July 18, 1986Great Western ForumInglewood, CA
July 21, 1986Sandstone AmphitheatreBonner Springs, KS
July 23, 1986The SpectrumPhiladelphia, PA
July 27, 1986Cumberland County Civic CenterPortland, ME
July 29, 1986New Haven ColiseumNew Haven, CT
July 30, 1986Great WoodsMansfield, MA
August 2, 1986Capitol CenterLandover, MD
August 5, 1986Madison Square GardenNew York, NY
August 7, 1986Six FlagsAtlanta, GA
August 8, 1986Ocean CenterDaytona Beach, FL
August 12, 1986Saratoga Springs PACSaratoga Springs, NY
August 14, 1986Canadian National ExhibitionToronto, Canada
August 17, 1986Orange County RacewayMiddletown, NY
August 20, 1986Red Rocks Amphitheatre
(Recorded for Stevie Nicks Live at Red Rocks)
Morrison, CO
August 28, 1986Long Beach ArenaLong Beach, CA
Sept. 16, 1986Cayuga County Fairgrounds (rescheduled show)
(Recorded for Westwood One Superstars Concerts Series)
Weedsport, NY
Sept. 24, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia
Sept. 25, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia
Sept. 27, 1986Entertainment CentreBrisbane, Australia
Sept. 29, 1986Festival HallMelbourne, Australia
Sept. 30, 1986Festival HallMelbourne, Australia
October 1, 1986Festival HallMelbourne, Australia
October 4, 1986Festival HallMelbourne, Australia
October 6, 1986Entertainment CentreSydney, Australia

Setlist

  1. Gold Dust Woman*
  2. Outside the Rain
  3. Dreams
  4. Talk to Me
  5. I Need to Know
  6. No Spoken Word
  7. Sara*
  8. Beauty and the Beast
  9. I Can’t Wait
  10. Leather and Lace
  11. Stand Back
  12. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  13. Edge of Seventeen
  14. Rhiannon
  15. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You

*Performed at some shows early in the tour

Band

  • Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
  • Jennifer Condos: Bass
  • Bobbye Hall: Percussion
  • Bobby Martin: Keyboards, horns, vocals
  • Jai Winding: Keyboards
  • Waddy Wachtel: Guitar
  • Sharon Celani: Backup vocals
  • Lori Perry: Backup vocals
  • Elisecia Wright: Backup vocals

Supporting Act

Peter Frampton

Thank you to David Long and Scott Ward for contributing to this page.

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