Stevie Nicks Enchanted 1998

1998 Enchanted Tour

Stevie Nicks celebrated the release of her first three-disc box set Enchanted (and second retrospective package) with a national tour. The tour kicked off a day after her 50th birthday in Hartford, Connecticut on May 27 and wrapped up in Bethel, New York, on August 14.

To promote Enchanted, Stevie performed several songs contained on the retrospective, including the deep cuts “Gold and Braid,” “Garbo,” and “Sleeping Angel.”

On September 18, Stevie taped a special concert for VH1 Storytellers, the last show of the tour.

Apr 16Wiltern TheaterLos Angeles, CA
May 27Meadows Music AmphitheatreHartford, CT
May 29Pine Knob AmphitheatreClarkston, MI
May 30The New World AmphitheatreTinley Park, IL
June 2Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
June 3Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, OH
June 5Polaris AmphitheatreColumbus, OH
June 6Deer Creek Music CenterNoblesville, IN
June 9Starlake AmphitheatreBurgettstown, PA
June 12Great WoodsMansfield, MA
June 13PNC Bank Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
June 14Jones BeachWantagh, NY
June 17Radio City Music HallNew York, NY
June 19E-CenterCamden, NJ
June 21Marshall ParkCharlotte, NC
June 23GTE AmphitheatreVirginia Beach, VA
June 24Nissan PavillionBristow, VA
June 26Walnut Creek AmphitheatreRaleigh, NC
June 27Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
June 29Oak Mountain AmphitheatrePelham, AL
July 1Orlando ArenaOrlando, FL
July 3Ice PalaceTampa, FL
July 4Coral Sky AmphitheatreW. Palm Beach, FL
July 10Starwood AmphitheatreAntioch, TN
July 11Sandstone AmphitheatreBonner Springs, MO
July 13Van Andel ArenaGrand Rapids, MI
July 17Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, TX
July 18Woodlands PavillionHouston, TX
July 21Fiddlers Green AmphitheatreEnglewood, CO
July 23America West ArenaPhoenix, AZ
July 25MGM Grand Garden ArenaLas Vegas, NV
July 27Universal AmphitheatreLos Angeles, CA
July 28Coors AmphitheatreChula Vista, CA
July 31Irvine MeadowsIrvine, CA
August 1Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
August 2Concord PavillionConcord, CA
August 5Reno Hilton AmphitheatreReno, NV
August 7The GorgeGeorge, WA
August 8Rose GardenPortland, OR
August 14Yasgurs Farm (A Day in the Garden, A Woodstock anniversary concert)Bethel, NY
Sept. 18VH1 Studios (VH1 Storytellers taping)New York, NY


  1. Outside The Rain
  2. Dreams
  3. Enchanted
  4. Gold Dust Woman
  5. Gold and Braid
  6. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around*
  7. After The Glitter Fades
  8. Garbo
  9. Rose Garden
  10. Sleeping Angel
  11. Stand Back
  12. Rhiannon
  13. Whole Lotta Trouble
  14. Landslide
  15. Twisted
  16. Edge of Seventeen
  17. I Need To Know
  18. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You

*Performed early in the tour


Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
Don Boyette: Bass
Lenny Castro: Percussion
Carlos Rios: Rhythm guitar
Frank Simes: Lead guitar
Brett Tuggle: Keyboards
Sharon Celani: Background vocals
Mindy Stein: Background vocals

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