Stevie Nicks Pondering the Millennium

1999-2000 Pondering the Millennium Shows

Stevie Nicks performed a series of special shows in West Hollywood, Las Vegas, and Anaheim CA, from December 28, 1999 to January 8, 2000. The mini-tour was dubbed “Pondering the Millennium,” which was printed on  specially-produced t-shirts and coffee mugs with artwork created by Stevie.

December 28, 1999The House of BluesWest Hollywood, CA – REVIEW
December 29, 1999The House of BluesWest Hollywood, CA
December 31, 1999The House of Blues @ Mandalay BayLas Vegas, NY
January 3, 2000The House of BluesWest Hollywood, CA
January 4, 2000The House of BluesWest Hollywood, CA
January 8, 2000Sun TheatreAnaheim, CA
January 9, 2000Sun TheatreAnaheim, CA


  1. Outside the Rain
  2. Dreams
  3. Enchanted
  4. Gold Dust Woman
  5. Gold and Braid
  6. Rooms on Fire*
  7. Auld Lang Syne**
  8. Stand Back
  9. Rhiannon
  10. Whole Lotta Trouble
  11. Landslide
  12. Edge of Seventeen
  13. I Need to Know
  14. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You

*Performed at Dec 28, Dec 29, and Dec 31 shows
**Performed on New Year’s Eve 1999, The House of Blues @ Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas


  • Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
  • Don Boyette: Bass
  • Scott Plunkett: Keyboards
  • Danny de los Reyes: Percussion
  • Land Richards: Drums
  • Carlos Rios: Guitars
  • Frank Simes: Guitars
  • Kevin Stoller: Keyboards
  • Sharon Celani: Backing vocals
  • Mindy Stein: Backing vocals


  • At the December 31st show, after performing “Rooms on Fire,” Stevie introduced her band at 11:55pm. At midnight, streamers were launched into the air from the stage.
  • At the January 3rd show, Stevie told the audience that she broke her foot in Las Vegas. This was the first time she started to wear black platform sneakers instead of her trademark platform boots. Many years passed before she felt comfortable enough to wear her boots for an entire show.

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