Stevie Nicks

1989 The Other Side of the Mirror Tour

Tour poster
The Other Side of the Mirror Stockholm tour poster

Stevie Nicks supported the release of her fourth album The Other Side of the Mirror with a world tour, which included shows in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. The tour began on August 16, 1989 in Clarkston, Michigan, and ended on November 28, 1989 in London, England.

Because the album was heavily promoted in Europe, Stevie toured for the first time as a solo artist in Denmark, England, France, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, France, and The Netherlands.

For this tour, Stevie performed four songs from The Other Side of the Mirror:  “Rooms on Fire,” “Alice,” “Two Kinds of Love,” and at some shows, “Juliet.”

The Hooters were the support act for the U.S. leg and Richard Marx for the European leg.

Leg 1: US/Canada

DateVenueCity
August 16, 1989Pine Knob AmphitheatreClarkston, MI
August 17, 1989Canadian National ExhibitionToronto, Canada
August 19, 1989Great WoodsMansfield, MA
August 20, 1989Great WoodsMansfield, MA
August 22, 1989The FairOttawa, Canada
*August 23, 1989Seashore Performing Arts CenterOld Orchard Beach, ME
August 25, 1989Jones BeachWantagh, NY
August 26, 1989Bally’s Resort HotelAtlantic City, NJ
August 28, 1989Mann Music CenterPhiladelphia, PA
August 29, 1989Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga, NY
**August 31, 1989New York State FairSyracuse, NY
Sept. 1, 1989Starlake AmphitheaterPittsburgh, PA
Sept. 3, 1989Merriweather Post PavilionColumbia, MD
Sept. 5, 1989Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
Sept. 6, 1989Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
Sept. 8, 1989Lake CompounceBristol, CT
Sept. 9, 1989Jones BeachWantagh, NY
***Sept. 11, 1989Memorial AuditoriumBuffalo, NY
Sept. 12, 1989Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
Sept. 14, 1989Municipal AuditoriumSt. Louis, MO
Sept. 15, 1989Poplar Creek Music TheatrePoplar Creek, IL
Sept. 17, 1989Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
Sept. 18, 1989The Met CenterMinneapolis, MN
Sept. 27, 1989Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
Sept. 29, 1989Orlando ArenaOrlando, FL
Sept. 30, 1989Miami ArenaMiami, FL
October 1, 1989USF SundomeTampa, FL
October 3, 1989Stephen C. O’Connell Center, University of FloridaGainesville, FL
October 4, 1989Gulfport ColiseumBiloxi, MS
October 6, 1989Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, TX
October 8, 1989The SummitHouston, TX
October 9, 1989Frank Erwin CenterAustin, TX
October 11, 1989McNichols ArenaDenver, CO
October 13, 1989Compton TerracePhoenix, AZ
October 14, 1989Pacific AmphitheatreCosta Mesa, CA
^October 17, 1989Concert PavilionConcord, CA
^October 18, 1989*California Expo*Sacramento, CA
October 20, 1989Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
October 21, 1989Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, NV
October 23, 1989Greek TheatreLos Angeles, CA
October 24, 1989Greek TheatreLos Angeles, CA
October 26, 1989Greek TheatreLos Angeles, CA
October 27, 1989Compton TerracePhoenix, AZ

Leg 1 Notes

*Canceled for unspecified reason
**Canceled due to allergic reaction to insect bite
***Canceled due to unspecified illness
^Canceled due to Loma Prieta earthquake on October 17, 1989

Leg 2: Europe

DateVenueCity
Nov. 14, 1989The Point DepotDublin, Ireland
Nov. 16, 1989NEC ArenaBirmingham, England
Nov. 19, 1989L’Olympia Bruno CoquatrixParis, France
Nov. 21, 1989Ahoy HallRotterdam, Holland
Nov. 23, 1989Falkoner TeatretCopenhagen, Denmark
Nov. 24, 1989Stockholm Globe ArenaStockholm, Sweden
Nov. 27, 1989Wembley ArenaLondon, England
Nov. 28, 1989Wembley ArenaLondon, England

Setlist

  1. Outside the Rain
  2. Dreams
  3. Rooms on Fire
  4. Gold Dust Woman
  5. Stand Back
  6. Alice
  7. No Spoken Word
  8. How Still My Love
  9. Beauty and the Beast
  10. Juliet*
  11. Talk to Me*
  12. Whole Lotta Trouble
  13. Two Kinds of Love
  14. Edge of Seventeen
  15. Rhiannon
  16. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You

*Performed at some shows early in the tour

Band

  • Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
  • Don Boyette: Bass
  • Chris Cameron Piano
  • Russ Kunkel: Drums
  • Robert “Bobby” Martin: Keyboards
  • Peter Michael: Percussion
  • Carlos Rios: Guitar
  • Sharon Celani: Backing vocals
  • Lori Nicks: Backing vocals

Support Acts

The Hooters (U.S), Richard Marx (Europe)

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